Happy New Year everyone!

Oh. It’s already the third week in January you say?

Happy third week of 2013 everyone!

 

Let’s see if I can bring this blog up to date.

 

In December, I made a *lot* of stock for a craft fair stall in Retford, which my parents very kindly ran. A lot of lampwork jewellery was featured, which was petrifying since my comfort zone is polymer clay, so I was very pleased to find out that pieces actually sold.  I realise this is common, nay, even expected at places where, you know, one offers goods for sale, yet nonethless it was very lovely news!

 

I also had a very limited amount of Chritsmas decorations in polymer clay for sale at Thorseby Art Gallery. They ran a commission-free space for artists to place their decorations for sale, so it’s not as though I got into a juried art show, but it still gave me a little thrill.

 

The latest of Beads and Beyond has a polymer clay tutorial by me in it, so if you’d like to see how bad I look in pictures, you can check out the Feb 2013  issue.

 

And now for a picspam of craft fair jewellery:

 

redneck

 

spotsdots

 

bluelentil

 

bw

 

flowers

And here’s cat who has no idea who he is, what’s happening to him, or why he’s here: I call him Bemused Cat.

ca

 

5 Responses to New Year Picspam!

  1. ladysaotome says:

    Bemused cat is utterly adorable! And your lampwork jewelry is beautiful – it’s no surprise they sold!

  2. Monique U. says:

    Are you making your own lampwork beads, Hazel? These are very pretty. Kitty is certainly a sweetie!

  3. Some really nice jewellery and beads, I like the red and white ones they reminded me of strawberries and cream!!
    Thanks for sharing

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