Hi our Eavesdropping friends::
Can we just say, We think you are wonderful! Thank you for encouraging us on our little creative adventure in blog land and thanks for telling all your friends about us, (sharing creative sites is always a clever thing 2 do)
So, to again thank you we have an awesome give-2-you today from Pamela Susan, Fine Jewelry Artist.
You can go shopping at her store all dressed up or in your pajamas and 24 hours a day, click here to enter into her store.
The give-2-you starts today and ends of course on next Tuesday (Feb 3rd) at 2:00 pm EST. Entering is just so simple, leave a comment and tell us, if you had to use one word 2 sum up last year what would it be (you don't have to tells us why but we all love a good story so feel free if you would like to) Then tell us a word you have chosen to guide you this year.
Pamela Susan is so generous by giving away 1 of her handmade Inspiration Rings to two lucky winners. So leave a comment and then tell all your friends. She also has an amazing blog with a wonderful Valentine project.
We can't wait to hear your stories and your words
Think & Pink::
A little bit about Pamela Susan. My love for art and originality comes from my mother, Susan, who is my
greatest inspiration. At an early age, I worked by my mother’s side on a
variety of handcrafted projects- making soap, spinning yarn, and throwing
pots on the wheel- to name a few. In addition, I was introduced to the art
of jewelry, which has remained a love of mine. As a mother of two daughters,
designing jewelry allows me to stay grounded as an individual. But most
importantly, I love sharing my creations with them and others!
Each piece of jewelry is handcrafted with a beautiful array of precious
and/or semi-precious gemstones, cultured freshwater pearls and precious
metals. There are rarely two alike! I work closely with distributors to
ensure high quality products, and I purchase some of my gemstones directly
from a close friend who is a gem miner. This allows me to handpick some of
the finest gemstones before they go on the market.
When creating jewelry, my goal is to have an end product that is chic,
sophisticated, and fun. The greatest satisfaction I receive from my work
comes from making people smile. There is no better compliment!
I hope you enjoy my jewelry, and thanks for visiting!