ZebraCon is less than two weeks away now, and I’m in the final stretch of getting ready. Last night I took the time to clear up my workspace a little and put the finished items in trays so I can pack them easily. I have a ton of display items to bring along including a clothing rack. Karen and I are not looking forward to trying to pack it all into her car.
Here are some photos of the newest stuff, and a couple of older items:
Bead and hammered copper necklace. There’s a matching bracelet of simple hammered copper in my stock, too.
Buddha necklace of turquoise, amber and carnelian. The Buddha pendant looks quite old. I’m not sure of its origin.
Misc. earrings, many made with vintage buttons
Ornate cross necklace. Setting those tiny crystals into the cross was crazy-making
Some bottle-cap and Mardi Gras dubloon earrings
Rings: Wire wrap, memory wire and stitched seed beads
And on a less commercial note, I was in the kitchen this morning, watering the Aerogarden and saw this:
I have a tomato! Granted it’s quite tiny, but it’s a tomato!!! Here’s a photo which will give you some idea of its size:
That’s a dime beside it. Is that cool or what? Little mini tomato.