A "Words of Inspiration" cuff,
made just in the nick of time,
for the class I taught last Saturday, in College Station,
for the Brazos Valley Jewelry Artists' Guild.
This is how it's done ~
Take one very special etched brass cuff (etched by you).
Add another etched layer of textured goodness (made by you).
Top it off with an etched word of "inspiration" (yes, ALSO made by YOU).
That is the recipe for a class I will be teaching at
But, for now let me share how full of
my heart is feeling,
as I reveal the artwork of eight
most enthusiastic and incredibly talented students from the
class last Saturday!
Here are their pieces, one by one.....
Yes, they traveled from near and far. Sort of like the wise men.
Well, not really like THE wise men,
but Rita did come from Kerrville, while Esther came in from Rosenberg,
to be with her friend Joanne, from Brenham.
Carrie drove Hwy-290 in from Houston, and Sue came all the way from Seadrift, Texas,
while the others came from nearby Bryan.
I would love it if you could join me in Phoenix next August 7th for
While there, I will also be teaching another class, Rhinestones & Rosaries,
which I will be teaching at Adorn Me! 2011 in Houston.
But if you can't get to Houston, I will be teaching this class in Phoenix, Friday, August 5th,
so go here to find out more about it.
As I reflect upon all the blessings I have received this past year,
I want to thank each and every one of you who so faithfully came here to read my little bits of this and that.
I know that I have much to be thankful for....and one is YOU ♥
I wish each and every one a safe Christmas. One filled with love overflowing.
One filled with the love of Jesus Christ.
And, even though Charlie Brown has nothing to do with the birth of our Savior, I will always hear Linus speak the very words that make me remember
just what Christmas is REALLY ALL