For those of you who have read my blip of a bio, you'll recall that I wandered onto Etsy through the sweet work of Jill at ajillionpieces. Seems she's moved her operation onto her own site, which I finally got around to spending more time on today. I adore her work. Yummy cupcakes made from clay, snowcones, mochi, cheeseburgers....too many things to list. You just have to see for yourself. Click on any of the photos below to head to her site. Trust me, you'll have to restrain yourself from buying dozens of the cute creations. LOVE them!
I'm beginning to list new items available for purchase directly through the website. Still trying to find a layout that I like, and that works for me. It may take a few days to get it right. Hang in there. Lots of exclusive designs.
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A post that has nothing to do with jewelry, but definitely worth mentioning. I went to the Farmer's Market that's held Tuesdays from 10am-2pm in the Whole Foods parking lot in Greenville. There is a vendor there selling the most fantastic bread- Simple Gifts Old World Artisan Breads. I purchased two of the rosemary & sea salt fougasse and 1 rosemary & olive oil sourdough loaf. Thinking it would be nice of me to share with my family, I cooked up an Italian dinner to complement the bread. Is it wrong that I just wanted to eat the bread? Baked in a wood fired oven that morning, it couldn't have been any more delicious.
Finally getting around to showing of my Accredited Jewelry Professional diploma from GIA (Gemological Institute of America).
I just completed the Pearls course, and should receive my certificate in a few weeks. I'm planning to head to NYC in October for the lab portion of the course so that I can get the Graduate Pearls diploma. YAY!
A little bit about me. I'm an Army brat that's finally somewhat settled after a childhood spent....everywhere. We just moved to Upstate South Carolina, and I've got to say, I love it here!