January 30, 2013
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I ♥ Etsy

I do ♥ Etsy and Etsy ♥’s me. Ever since I started my Etsy store, I hoped to make it to the front page and it has happened twice this year already! Check out these treasuries that made it; Minty  … Continue reading

August 28, 2012
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Sea Glass Success!

The class Friday evening at Plum Goods as amazing! A big thank you to the staff at Plum and to everyone who attended. The next class is scheduled for Friday, September 7th! Call Plum Goods to sign up. Here are … Continue reading

August 23, 2012
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Green Glass Gift

Recently a gentleman got in touch with me, requesting a custom ring for his bride to be. She doesn’t wear much jewelry so he wanted to create a simple, subtle ring with green sea glass for her. This is what … Continue reading

August 14, 2012
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Plum Goods is Hosting!

If you are in Santa Barbara on the 24th of August, come by Plum Goods on State Street for my class! Space is limited, call Plum Goods (805.845.3900) to sign up. All the materials to make and take home a … Continue reading

June 9, 2012
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Sea Glass Mobile Class Date Change!

The next class on how to make a sea glass mobile is scheduled for July 28th (no longer the 14th). Sorry for the confusion… Please feel free to contact me with questions! Details on the class are found here.

June 7, 2012
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Sea Glass Success!

To see the read the rest of the June 7th issue of the Coastal View News click here. The class was amazing! A big thank you to Porch and to all the wonderful ladies that participated. There were some truly … Continue reading

April 14, 2012
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Sea Glass and Sterling Silver Rings

I’ve always wanted to take a class in how to solder silver to learn how to make my own jewelry. It’s tough to find the time and patience is not one of my virtues, so I ordered the supplies, watched … Continue reading

March 29, 2012
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Straighten Up – Silk Bead Cord

I use silk bead cord in some of my jewelry making. It comes in 2 meter lengths wrapped on a card. Once unraveled, the silk cord is pretty kinked up. I searched the interweb and only found recommendations for stretching … Continue reading