Wow, here we are on the last day of March. Here are a few quick news items:
~ I am going to start a short "Wedding Wednesdays" series (don't laugh) -- sparkly or formal pieces designed for weddings or other formal occasions, starting on April 6 and going into some of the wedding season.
~ I've had questions about liking me on FaceBook. Look under the navigation links in the right column of this page. In the FaceBook text (begins with little f in little blue square) if it says Like then click it. If it says Unlike, don't :)
~ You can enter tomorrow's drawing for a Tree of Life pendant until midnight tonight ET. To enter just post a comment on any One-a-day blog post during March, and tell me what you think of a piece and why. Read all about it here.
~ The last March piece...
For the last piece, I really wanted to try something new. In the end, for me, this month has been about learning... These earrings are made using a new-to-me fold forming technique. They are each hand-forged from a 2"x2" piece of sheet copper and hang about 1.75" long. I think they will be pretty in silver too, but I'm really starting to fall in love with copper.
This month has flown for me. I appreciate everyone who has stopped by-- and especially the great supportive comments, encouragement, and suggestions. Some of you have been coming nearly every day!
Four days ago I added Feedjit, an app that shows the cities visitors are coming from. In the last four days you guys have been from all over Ohio, but also Wisconsin, New York, Texas, Indiana, Pennsylvania, California, and Massachusetts. You've also been from Ireland, India, Netherlands, and Australia. Nigeria too, but that's my daughter ;-) Pretty cool. Thanks so much for coming!
Comment below and tell me what you thought of this series. Give me advice... what did you like, what didn't you like, what could be better? I'm tough, I can take it ;-)
Stop back tomorrow for the giveaway results and don't be a stranger!
Sue Lacy Wired
This began as a hobbyist's blog.
Over time it became a quest to support & connect metalsmiths around the globe who use foldforming techniques in their work.
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