At the Dallas Cricut Stampede. I decided to make my roommates a little something special to honor the first ever event and coming together as roommates from three areas of Texas.
The necklaces were two sided. Now dangling from the bottom ring is a lampwork bead that I made to resemble "Cricut" and he's square with his face on one side and a C on the other. And he has tiny antennas because you just can't extend something like that on glass and expect it to stay in tack. After SOOOOOO, much interest and other circlets asking if I brought anymore to sell. Boy did I miss something. But I am seriously looking at selling the little bead charm. Not the whole necklace, anyone can go to Michael's and get the need parts for that. My part is creating the "Cricut". Anyway, leave me comments and I will starting thinking of my strategy here. I can not dive into making a lot more until summer hits. Need life to calm down. ROTFL!!!!!
I am a mom of three, graduate of Texas Tech University with a degree in Design Communication. Anything to do with art feeds my soul. I also direct the handbell choirs at my church and have been a director there for 10 years. Although I have played Handbells for 26 years. It is one of my passions mainly due to my mother being a handbell director too.