Saturday, February 6, 2010

Snow Day



Large fluffy white snowflakes are drifting steadily down outside my art room window today. I don't know why, but it gives me a sense of comfort while I am tucked warm and cozy inside. It is a lovely day to create.
Here are two necklaces that I have been working on. The heart necklace is for a charms swap at Marie Antoinette Mail Art Ning Group. We traded hearts and now we are to make a valentine necklace. I received some beautiful hearts from everyone in the group. I will wear this out for dinner on the 14th.
The turquoise one I have created with vintage beads and a vintage rhinestone pin. I strung the dangles from the pin arm on the back. I just love this sea glass color beads, they came from French General in Los Angeles.
Now I am going to work on my curtains and an ATC for Paperwhimsy.

I am considering making my next video tutorial, I think I will do one for a necklace like the sea glass one. What do you all think of that?
I hope where ever you are, that you are having a great day.

14 comments:

Xela said...

Your necklace are fantastic.

Martha's Favorites said...

Terri: I love the necklace it is so beautiful. You make such wonderful things. I am sorry for your recent loss. I pray for God's comfort for you and his family. Blessings, Martha

Dezinaworld said...

Ohhh sounds wonderful Terri these are just beautiful. your work is so inspirational
hugs June xxx

peggy gatto said...

Now, why didn't I know you made jewelry too????
Absolutely exquisite!!!

Debby said...

Terri, you are so talented. Both of the necklaces are gorgeous. I would love to see a tutorial on one. Glad you are safe, sound, warm and being creative on this snowy day.
debby

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Teri sweetie...
I love that heart necklace. Oh my gosh that is so beautiful. I would love to learn how to make a necklace, and you do such a wonderful job making a tutorial. You make it a great experience. You talk slow enough a person can keep up, and clear enough you can understand. I believe you should be on the HGTV series showing folks how to do crafts. You so have the knack. I will watch your tutorials faithfully. I cannot thank you enough for sharing. I am going to make some more shoes today. Yesterday was sort of a crazy day, so I didn't get as much done as I wanted, but was determined to get the pink done for the dress form and for Pink Saturday. I will email you some pics or post them as I finish. I hope you have signed up to be a follower, then you will know too, when I post.

Have a beautiful day sweetie. Country hugs...Sherry

Terri Gordon said...

Oh Terri, I love both of your necklaces, they are just beautiful. I am making mine in red too. Oh I hope you do a tutorial, I would love to watch. Love your shoe one, it made everything so clear. Thank you, I love to visit your beautiful blog. Have a wonderful weekend creating. Hugs, Terri

Robin Sanchez said...

Your valentine necklace turned out beautiful. You are so creative! Motivates me to get mine done.
Robin

Marlynn said...

Well, Terri Girl, I see you finally got the snow! Your necklace is fantastic and yes, you should be making more videos! All is well in the breeze. Oliver plus his mom and dad plus another neighbor just left after chili and hot coffee. Tomorrow is dig out day. They are saying we got 30 inches. Hmmmmm, be fun digging out. Stay warm and loved your Whimsy ATC card. hugs,

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Love the necklace. My friend Ginger made the shoe from your tutorial! So pretty... I am going to try to make one too! Thanks for sharing!
Debbie@debbie-dabble

Ozstuff said...

I am in awe of your work. These necklaces are stunning and so beautiful.

CARMELINA LOUNSBURY said...

okay...i'm a follower and a fan!

hope to see you soon
ciao

Ali Manning said...

Your jewelry is stunning - I'm totally floored. You are one talented lady!

catworx said...

Such beautiful jewelry......I specially love the turquoise one & spied those beautiful earrings that you made to accompany this...they are gorgeous as well......you are such a talented artist, I always love visiting your blog!

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