What the heck are those?

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Find out what this is all about at the Build a Line Challenge Blog hop on April 1st. You won't want to miss any of the posts as my classmates and I reveal their micro line (5 piece minimum) they have completed for class.

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BUILD A LINE CHALLENGE BLOG HOP #2: Where have you been? Where are you now? Where do you want to go from here?

Where does inspiration come from?

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"Ooh shiny!", is the first thing that comes to my mind. Walking through a bead store, touching and comparing all the beautiful supplies is one of my happy places. I feel the same about browsing catalogs and websites to a lesser extent.

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Build a Line Challenge Blog hop: theme reveal

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Brass hand stampings clamped to dry after getting coated in black glitter.

The first Blog Hop of the Build a Line Challenge class (BALC) has finally arrived! Part of the application to the class was to choose a theme to focus our five piece minimum jewelry lines. My classmates and I have kept our themes secret until this point.

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Reorganizing the studio area. Again

In preparation for the jewelry class I’m taking in January, I am once again moving things around in my little art stuffs area. I need to have the jewelry making supplies easily accessible, but I also want to keep a spot set up for painting. I will be exploring the possible configurations today. Also i neef to do some genetal cleaning because my work procesd often leaves my space looking as if a storm has hit. Pictures to come later, wish me luck.

Glitter Gradient in Grey on Glass

Since acquiring Multi-surface decoupage (or magic elixir as I call it) I have been a little obsessed. There are so many possibilities! I want to try them all! Here begins my quest to mine the uses of this substance. One idea at a time. This is my first tutorial, I hope you enjoy it. Please let me know what you think and any suggestions you have in the comments.
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