I am re-naming the day because I have granted myself the power to do such things (in my own mind).
Wednesday is next on my list because, really, the spelling on it is just stupid and has always annoyed me.
On to the eye candy:
Thick brass rings and brass textured round and oval links all from Gemme Tresor. I thought it would be interesting to have some links in designs that weren't just plain jump rings or chain.
Sterling silver auger shell charms from Cathy Dailey. These make a set with the other shell charms I've purchased from her - I feel a charm bracelet coming on!
Antiqued brass dragonfly links from Patina Queen.
Whate patinated brass key charm also from Patina Queen - perfect for "shabby chic" type designs or maybe with one of my new resined rose beads...
Beautiful designs cast in pewter by Lynn Davis - The Eiffel Tower and a sweet little bow tie link.
Turquoise teardrops and labradorite rondelles (which are much more normal-labradorite-looking in real life - the pic is strangely washed out)
Banded blue agate slabs also from AAARealGem.
Top drilled green kyanite ovals from Artmooie. I love the unusual color as most kyanite tends more towards the blue shades.
Midnight blue polymer clay branch disk beads from Humblebeads.
Summery and bright - poly clay links and buttons from TessaDesigns.
More polymer clay angel wings from ExpeditionD - these are the same as the ones I just used on the "Raven's Wing" necklace except for the color.
Beautiful, swirly porcelain pendant from RoundRabbitExtra.
No lampwork this week - I'm kinda sorta trying to cut back there. I already have a 3-lifetime supply. Doesn't mean I won't buy more at some point, but I'm makin' a rule that it's got to be REALLY unusual in some way...and not just "ooh...pretty color." Because chances are? I've already got that color in my stash.
I'm actually looking at maybe, possibly, fingers crossed having my first weekend off of mom duty in 2 years! Kid is going on his first ever Cub Scout overnight camp out. Tent, sleeping bag, overnight on the ground, the whole shebang. And, if worse comes to worse, the site is only twenty minutes from my house so I can always ride to the rescue if I need to - but I don't think I'll need to. His den has got a great group of super-prepared and experienced leaders so I feel good about that.
And while he's gone? I'm thinking shopping...pedicure...bubble bath...the WORKS! Oh, and maybe some resining and jewelry-making in there somewhere!
Have a good weekend everyone!