Thursday, October 22, 2015

I'm thankful for it everyday.  
Taking our natural lavender laundry and cleaning products,
 and my repurposed assemblage jewelry,
to markets and shows is something that still seems like a dream.
(a dream where I work very hard... but a dream nonetheless.) 

If you have followed me up to this point, 
I know that I have come and gone, and come and gone again,
so I appreciate each and every one of you that still stop by 
when you see me come up in your sidebar. 

...and if you have followed for awhile, then you know that I have loved reclaiming 
forgotten treasures for forever. 
 I get caught up in the process of turning a phrase into a wearable reminder.

Repurposing the forgotten little pieces of someone's long ago story
into jewelry for someones new story...

 something as simple as a beloved dog's tag,
a reclaimed memory of someone's best friend...

into a necklace for a special dog lover.

Each small piece of our history inspires me 
to create a sparkly something special for you to wear.

I draw inspiration from the rusty, crusty, sparkly, shiny, 
 the natural, earth formed gems, and our past.

...and then there's this -
our incredibly fresh scented, hard working
natural lavender goodness.

like I said in the beginning...

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  1. You create the most beautiful things and I love coming here for inspiration. Isn't it wonderful to love what you do!!!


  2. FABULOUS, ALL!!! Hope it sells out fast, Theresa - Happy Thursday - Tanya

  3. Wow! These are beautiful! I also love your job. LOL

  4. I LOVE that you LOVE it t ! You are such a talent and it doesn't mater what you are creating, it is always beautiful. I loved meeting the people when my daughter's and I did a few markets. It's so much fun.
    Your booth look amazing in your photos. Just wish I was there to see it in person!
    sending hugs...


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