Sunday, December 28, 2008

Another Treasury!!!

This time with the Bee Charmer Necklace.

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Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Gifts For The Lord(s)

These were sent on one of Santa's early runs through Ruston. Ryan and Anne Lord were our neighbors and friends from days of old. He is a ridiculously talented illustrator and designer, and she is a brilliant and charming photographer...pretty impressive couple, eh? I was slightly intimidated to make something for they are the powerhouse of all things creative.

I present to you, His and Hers ornaments for the Lords:

Sunday, December 21, 2008


My Gingerale Necklace was hand-picked to be in a Treasury!

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Sneak Peak!

I'm so giddy about this little butterfly! Which way is best? Necklace? Bracelet? Headband? Belt? You be the judge...and be ready for her to fly by the store sometime next week!

Friday, December 19, 2008

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Thursday, December 18, 2008

Celebrate Good Times...Come On!

Sorry, I had to sing it.
I told John Jay when I started the store that I would celebrate on the 50's - every fifty items I sell, we would have a mini party. And by "mini party" I mean: I get a Whole Foods Cupcake!!!!!

A huge-o, big, loud "THANK YOU!" to everyone who bought from Corrieberry Pie! I'm so grateful and excited to be able to keep doing it.
For my 100th item, I'll do a big give-away contest or something. And if the winner is local, we'll split a cupcake. Wait! I take it back...we'll get our own cupcakes.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Mother Nature Charm Bracelet

It's catch up time - not to be confused with ketchup time. Our entire household was cursed with the flu last week. But thanks to my mom, we are not far behind.
(You can click here for pics from the weekend with Gran.)
There's a pile of cheeky fabrics and bins of adorable beads on my desk that want to be used. I got off my earring kick yesterday long enough to list this bracelet:

I loved it so much I made one for myself...and my mom. Expect more charm bracelets in the store, as well as fun felty pins, new necklace styles, sweetheart earrings, and (fingers crossed) some rad clutches.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Ornaments For My Boys

As many of you know, my son's absolute favorite toy in the whole wide world is his stacking cups, a.k.a., "beesies." They go everywhere with us. This left me know other option for his Christmas ornament this year. Just for the record, nesting felt is much harder than nesting cups! And it looks a bit like a cupcake. But when I held it up and asked, "Judah, what is this?" he said, "Beesies," as matter-of-factly as he could.

I also had to commemorate this current phase of our lives with a caricature of John Jay. This is what he looks like 99% of the time.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Dinosaur Obsession

Sir Stomps-a-lot was made with the left over paint from Mrs. Poppy. I can't stand to waste paint. Not to mention, my little guy is taking after his daddy and developing a deep infatuation with dinosaurs. It started with these shoes. He won't wear anything else. Seriously. I've checked his other shoes for needles or something because he cries so hard when I try to mix up his footwear. Mimi bought the exact same shoes (the next size up) so hopefully we'll make it another six months before we break the news to him that they don't make them for teenagers.

Thursday, December 4, 2008


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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

New stuff is in!
...more on the way.
*By request, some more moon and star/asymmetrical necklaces.
I'm making and posting as fast as I can, which feels like snail speed right now. John Jay is in the middle of finals and we've had a few domestic disputes over the computer. I mean come on! All he's doing is writing Exegesis papers and stuff about the Desert Fathers - you know, trivial things. :) So, yeah. I lose those battles.
Thanks again to everyone who's kept me in business!

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

I Couldn't Help Myself

I did it. The first day home, too. I'm such a sap! We had an Advent Wreath Workshop at our church Sunday night, and all those smells and Christmas music just overtook me. I had to take the candles out of my fire-hazard wreath, so it's now hanging on the door, greeting us as we say hello and goodbye. And I recruited a little elf to help in the decorating process.
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