Thursday, May 27, 2010

Sketch Book: Divas

Quick post today...just wanted to put up some sassy ladies for you!

Monday, May 24, 2010

glass pendants

Over the last year or two I have really gotten into working with glass.  Here are some fused glass pendants I have made.  I buys sheets of stained glass, cut them to pendant size then add other bits of glass.  I melt everything together with my kiln, add the jewelry piece for stringing them onto a necklace and let them cool.  They make unique and beautiful necklaces!  I can make them in tons of shapes and sizes and I can use tons of different color combinations to coordinate outfits.  Prices range from $8 to $10, or $13 to $15 with a chain included.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Sketch Book: Valentine, Fairy, Mother Mary

Here are a few of my sketches...I love to draw and most of the things I create start out as a drawing in my sketch book!  My sketches can turn into anything from a puzzle to a wall mural.  I love the diversity and the thought that the things I draw can be anything!

Monday, May 17, 2010


I made this puzzle a year or so ago (you can see the grand kids have loved it well!).  I have several patterns that I've worked up.  They include a Barn (shown below), The Nativity, Noah's Ark, Purse, Pickup Truck, School House, Army, Jungle, Birthday Present and Covered Wagon.  LDS (Mormon) puzzles include Lehi in the Wilderness, The Sword of Laban, Abinadi, The Brother of Jared, and The Tree of Life.

I designed each puzzle and I cut each one out with my scroll saw.  I sand each piece before hand painting them.  They make a great gift!

Contact me if you would like to purchase one ($40).

Thursday, May 13, 2010


I love making funky non-baby-ish bracelets for my granddaughter and she loves wearing them.  Everyday she wears at least 4 but some days she can't get enough!  My daughter sent me these pictures of Isca wearing her bracelets:

Isn't she adorable?

Price:  $5-$10 depending on the beads used.

Monday, May 10, 2010

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Sunday, May 9, 2010


My oldest daughter and grandchildren live in Utah. Right now, I'm posting from her house! I just wanted to post a few pictures of the magnets I made for the kids.  (Click to enlarge)

Dinosaurs for Noa

Close up of one of the dinosaurs

"Paper" Dolls for Isca

Close up of one of the dolls to show the Velcro suit

Close up of one of the laminated outfits

Close up of a dressed doll

Alphabet letters

Close up of some of the letters

The letters stick to the fridge, outside doors, and dishwasher

All of the magnets shown above are hand drawn and painted originals and the rights to them as well as the photos belong to me.
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