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Happy Thanksgiving!

Girls love Jewelery

Here they are, 2 photos as previously promised of the bracelet I made and wore to regionals in St Louis 2 weeks ago.   The kit is from 7 gypsies and you can search for them by name on ebay.  The paper used is from the new Winter Mini from Stampin Up!  The bracelet looks a bit victorian to me using thes e new papers.    I have also found a wonderful source for punches and kits for jewlery called frippery by kandcompany.  they are a LOT more expensive but they are really cute!!  I hope to find these kits at the same price I saw them for in Utah- not the nearly 20.00 each I have found on the internet this morning!!!  They were 14.95 each in Utah and I didnt buy one, just the punch for 9.99 (argh!) you know= hindsight?  I am hoping to go to Michaels here and see them  (hahaahhahahahaahaha)

why oh why wont they build a Robert's Craft Store here in Springfield, Missouri?? (sniff sob)             I have pies to finish baking, have my peach and apple just out of the oven, the pumpkin are next!

one tip with the 7gypsies kit I found.   I put the plastic round on the paper, (its sticky on the back)then I cut it out and then I had to use crystal effects to secure it to the jewlery pieces because it didnt pop in like the directions said it would.  But I love the effect-  Thank you to Taylored Expressions blog for sharing it in the first place a while back!!  Taylor Rocks!  When I grow up I want to be as creative as she is!   

Have a marvelous day!! I hope to get some creative time in, but with 2 teens home and all this cooking to do, who knows! 

Bracelet_on_wrist 

Bracelet_1 

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Thurlow

Very good! I will certainly present it to my sister on her birthday.

Carolyn Ruby

How pretty! I have been looking for ideas for Christmas. I just may have to see if I can find the stuff at Michaels or Craftwarehouse here so I can give it a try.

Lorie

Those are quite pretty! I don't think they are Victorian looking as a matter of fact I think they are just perfect! Have a great day baking!

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