Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Launching My New Line of Glass Art Cabochons!

Whew!  I just (finally) finished listing a boatload of my newest endeavor, Glass Art Cabochons!  I have spent the better part of 2 days on this.  I have been my usual procrastinating self, putting off doing the things I like the least!  I have told myself all my life not to do that, do the yucky stuff first but for some reason that is one argument I never seem to win with myself, my other self that is.  Yes, that's right, I have another self, and I will bet you do too.  It's the proverbial "Tiny Angel" on one shoulder and "Tiny Devil" on the other and they constantly war with each other!

The damn little red guy has been winning the weight battle for 57 yrs now but I guess the important issues, the moral and ethical ones, have been mostly won by the sweet little Angel.  At least I would like to think so.  I mean, that is how I see myself anyway.  Oh geez, I feel another war brewing on my shoulders!

As usual, I digress from my original intent for today's blog, My new line of Glass Art Cabochons just listed on my Etsy site.  Here are a few samples:

 Please take a minute to post a comment on what you think, and if anyone out there can tell me how I can maneuver these dang pictures so they line up next to each other I would be forever grateful! I realize this is not the most professional way to present this blog, but please bare with me.  I am a newbie, beginner, novice, apprentice, amateur (yes, I got out the Thesaurus) or whatever else you might like to call me.  And please be nice if you are calling me something else!

 I would also like to extend an offer I made to my FB friends.  Should you see something you like from my new collection, I am offering a "Buy 3, get 1 Free deal"!  Don't put it in your cart, just describe it or give me the listing number or if there is a number in the title that would be fine.   Here is a same of something I both beaded and Micromacrame'd around one the the cabs:

I hope you like them and you aren't too disconcerted with my complete lack of skills for this blog thing, but give me more time and hopefully I will get the hang of it!
Thanks, for stopping by.


  1. Oh Sandy, they are really gorgeous!!! You KNOW I'll have to own one...!!!

  2. Nancy, you are a sweethart as usual! I sooo appreciate your undying supportive pats on the back. You really know how to make a girl feel good!

  3. Your work is so beautiful! I will need to get some also for when I am beading again! I can't get my pictures to line up either so if you find out let me know! ha-ha I love you and miss you a whole bunch!
    Love, Kandra

  4. Great cabs, Sandy! Thank you for sharing!

  5. Beautiful Sandy. You ahve a real gift with 2d graphics, as well as your beautiful beading!