In case you missed it, Katie Thompson was the giveaway winner for the March One-a-day challenge. She chose this piece and I shipped it on April 2, so she might have it by now:
Katie is so sweet. She said, "Thank you so, so much! I am blown away! March 9th's necklace caught my eye right away, and I would be so honored to wear it! Really, it is just such a great design, your eye follows the ripples, it's like looking down on sand dunes and makes me think of far-off places :) I also like the way that part of it casts small shadows on itself while the rest is so bright. Thank you for sharing your gift with all of us!"
That made my day :-)
In other news...
Mineral, Fossil, Gem, and Jewelry show
A couple of my pieces will be on display this weekend April 7-8 at the Mineral, Fossil, Gem, and Jewelry Show. They will be part of a display to promote the Cultural Arts Center here in Columbus. Unfortunately I'll be out of town, so I won't see them. These are the ones:
I've made a few new bangle bracelets but I can't locate my camera right now. Maybe I'll post them next week. The camera is probably right here somewhere, but you should see this studio. Time for cleanup.
New foldforming group page
I started a new Facebook group for foldforming yesterday 4/3/2012. The new timeline layout on Facebook made our original page pretty unworkable for collaboration. The group page format is so much better. Here we are just one day later and the group has 87 members. Not bad!! If you are a metalsmith with an interest in foldforming, join us in the new group!
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