Apr 21, 2012

Guest Post & Giveaway

Hey All! I was invited to hang out over at Broken Treasures today.  I'm sharing another necklace tutorial and I'm even giving one of them away. If you want to check it out and enter to win, head on over there for all the details.


This necklace could be a great one for Mom - you know, for Mother's day!  Just sayin'!

And, thanks to Elizabeth for hosting me today!

15 comments:

Sarah said...

Your tutorials are awesome. Thanks so much for sharing.

queenOprincesstrio said...

Hi!
This necklace is gorgeous. I love it!

Jackie said...

I just visited Broken Treasures and looked at your wonderful tutorial. These necklaces are SO adorable!

Kathy said...

Thanks for sharing this tutorial on broken treasures. It's so cute and I think my 6 yo granddaughter could make it for her mother with just a little help.

http://yo-yoinparadise.blogspot.com said...

Loved, LOVED your article and easy steps to follow. Thanks. Teri

Connie said...

A beautiful piece and thanks to your tutorial I have confidence that I could make something similar!

Terri Betz said...

Hi! Loving the necklace & joined your giveaway!
myboyblue11@gmail.com

Jenn Meier said...

Great tutorial! I love your necklaces!

sandyandcosmo said...

Hi and thanks for the tutorial!

Lkay107 said...

Hi...your necklaces are beautiful.

The Cunningham Family said...

hi! i love your necklaces :)

dallascunning@yahoo.com

Liliana W said...

Hi! Thanks for the necklace tutorial and all your inspiring projects :)

Lisa Christine Johnson said...

That is beautiful! One of the ladies I work with just helped a bunch of girls she teaches make some of these like your "courage" ones from last year. I let them use some of my clear stamps but now the stamps will not stick to their sheets. Is this because of the clay dust? If I give them a good washing will they stick again?

Lily Anne said...

Love easy steps on the Tutorial! And the necklace is really pretty! Thank
you so much!

Ginny K. said...

What a beautiful necklace. I am gonna have to try to make it! Thanks for the tutorial. ~Gin~