What a beautiful day we had yesterday! My best friend and her kids were here, along with my mother-in-law! The morning started out early...much earlier than most of the house wanted, but it was Christmas morning!!! Once everyone was up and ready it was time for stockings and presents! Monster got to play 'santa' this year and hand out the gifts to all 9 of us!! Opening was crazy, but fun!! I think that everyone made out... Monster especially...he was the youngest, so somehow he always get the most!! Let me just say, there are LOGO's and NURF bullets all over the house already!!
What a beautiful day it was!! Same time next year?? YEP!!
Many of you have seen my finished Yellow Brick Road bracelet, so I want to show it off today. I also am going to include a second photo... you really must see the clasp I used!! I found them in a bead store in California when I was home on vacation and I have been waiting to use them. I thought that this bracelet was perfect.....it needed a little 'sparkle' in it, what do you think?
KraftyMax is having a SALE! 20% off all items in the shop!
Follow the Yellow Brick Road Beadwoven Bracelet with Swarovski Crystal
And now, on to a new project.... I just have to do this one next, the stone has been calling to me for a while.....just look at the blue running through it!! You can keep watching my Fan Page or Google+ page to see this one grow from a pile of beads into a finished necklace...hopefully!!
And, just in case you forgot, there is another FLASH give-a-way that you can enter.... just click on the photo and it will take you to the post where you can enter. There are NO manditory enteries, so it is simple and easy.... good luck!!
Today's featured artist is, celtique creations. This amazing mother/daughter team - Rosemary and Cathy - were inspired by a family friend to start their business after she passed away. Having done just about all types of crafts it is very obvious that going this way was the right choice...just look at their studio and the beautiful creations they have in it. As you go visit their studio and other sites, remember, to always support handmade artist if you can!!
And now, to close with this thought.....
Tell me whom you love, and I'll tell you who you are.