I'm back to posting on Wednesdays now. Let's start with a new piece. Actually I did the wire work about two years ago but used a glass focal bead; I must not have liked it much because it's been in a drawer. Then recently I found a vintage necklace with beautiful teardrop gemstones and knew one of those beads belonged in this necklace. It can come out of the drawer now ;-)
If you've been reading, you know I just did Columbus Winterfair 2011. Some of the pieces I sold are pictured here (play slideshow or scroll down thumbnails.) These are just the photos I could easily find this morning, so it's just a sampling.
It was my first big show and oh my gosh, did I learn a lot. The artists in adjoining booths were all awesome, super experienced, and generous with tips / advice. What a great experience and I sold a LOT. The visitors couldn't have been nicer. Special thanks to friends who visited!!
And of course, two days before the show my first grandchild was born. It was a little distracting :-) I think I showed this photo to a couple (million) customers...
Holiday Giveaway: Don't forget to enter my holiday giveaway by Dec 11th. The winner will choose from three pairs of earrings. It's easy as pie -- click here for instructions.
Sue Lacy Wired
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