Posted in ETSY on January 28, 2017|
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I’ve made it so!
Click HERE to visit my shop, or the thumbnails below for each item.
Lipstick Flames Hana:
Tourmaline Glitter Stones:
The Good Dishes Sampler:
Pink Flames Sampler:
The inspiration for Tourmaline Glitter Stones:
photo lifted from joopygems.wordpress.com
I hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend. I plan to cram mine full of sandwiches and work. As usual, if you miss out on anything I listed today, gimme a jangle and I can do one made-to-order. I kept good notes on colors and order this time. Or anything else in the gallery, for that matter.
Thanks once again for checking in!
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Posted in blah blah blah on January 27, 2017|
Nuh-nuh-no, not the wood shavings at the bottom of your hamster’s cage. But ever upward! And victory to boot! Even though I’m only semi-famous, I still made it out of 2016 alive. Perhaps I shouldn’t assume that 2017 isn’t going to be the bad year for the semi-famous, or the people with delusions of being semi-famous. Not sure which applies here. But I won’t worry myself with that, I have beads to make and perfume to hunt for. Come what may.
guerlain vetiver and vetiver extreme – two of my new loves
Oh, how I love Guerlain’s Vetiver! I’ve always been an “oriental” lover, often preferring the heavier things of the 80’s and 90’s, the ones dripping with spices, carnation, ambers and honey. Chanel’s Coco, YSL’s Opium, Krizia’s Teatro Alla Scala. You know. But Estee Lauder’s Azuree has broadened my horizons. Technically Guerlain’s Vetiver is intended for men, but the lady at the Guerlain counter told me that plenty of women buy it for themselves. I can see why. It’s very pretty. It’s dry and spicy, but without all those manly edges, such as what juniper and lavender would add to a composition. It has a softer fuzziness, an ever-so-slightly floral woodiness that I think some women might find very appealing. But I think you might need to like vetiver to start out with, so your mileage may vary. Vetiver is easy to find, Vetiver Extreme less so – but I can tell you for sure, if you love one, you’re bound to love the other one.
this week’s bead/foof inspiration, l-r: Animale, Le Baiser du Dragon, Agent Provocateur L’Agent and Jean Couturier’s Coriandre
I took a rather long nap after gorging myself with salad this afternoon, so I’m a smidgen behind. I will be working on Etsy listings though the night and will wait until I get up tomorrow to officially list them, probably noonish or a bit later. I’ll post here again when they’re ready. I dislike posting things in the middle of the night as much as you dislike waiting for me to post things in the middle of the night.
we’ll be on etsy tomorrow!
I’d best get my fanny to work… thanks for reading!
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