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That's a crack up! I am so glad I'm not the only one that's "all over the place!" I try to at least stick to my technique of micro-mosaic jewelry, but then again, have begun weaving too...Keep 'em guessing!
Thank you for getting back to me. Usually people don't. I can't remember exactly what I asked you...probably something about decal brand??!!...I think. I am working things out on my end. The first ones I purchased worked just fine. It's funny because whenever I am looking for something on the web (relating to enameling)..some of your work ALWAYS pops up. That's a good thing! I enjoy seeing your work. Thanks again! :-)
Thanks! Yes- Tiff and I just spent this last year together. She's been a great colleague. I graduated from Cranbrook last week and I'm afraid I'm not in the area much longer, but thanks so much for the welcome! :) I was down at BG x Iris's lecture. Glad you were able to make it!
Congratulations !!! L. Sue Szabo Second Place, Rings SWAY. 1.5" L x 0.375" W 1" D. Sterling silver, 4 carat pink sapphires, 0.33 carat burmese ruby. Hand fabricated, tube settings for gems. Photo: Ericka Crissman/Wired Images. www.lsueszabo.com
SX is so fun....i really love it better then austin city limits. my husband and i live about a 10 minute bike ride from all the SX action so it's a really nice way to casually enjoy the music. it's nice that they offer tons of free shows...can't beat that. look me up if you head this way and maybe we can meet up for a coffee.
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