No idle hands


I've been a busy bee lately. It's either that or hibernate. I made 6 new cufflink sets last night. I also have a pair of earrings and a button set that are ready to be photographed for The Floating Market. I should get a few more things created in the next few days, and then I'll have a photo session on Sunday, when I have some light and some time. (It would be nice not to have to rely on natural light for my photos, but all in good time. Things cost money, so I need to sell a few more things.)

I also need to shanghai one of my friends into modelling for me. I think the Silk Necktie Scarf would look much, much better photographed on a person than on a dress dummy. I'd also like to get some shots of that coat. It is so much easier to do these things in the warmer months.

In the meantime, it feels good to be keeping busy.


You have a wonderful blog here. You're so creative! It's nice to meet a fellow artist. I know what you mean about hibernating. With -40 F degrees outside, I'd love to sleep the winter away.

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