New year, new necklaces, old friends. Come to the Islesford Dock and check out Sue’s shop; Winters Work.
Today was one of those days where I couldn’t seem to get out of my own way. All I noticed was what I didn’t get done rather than what I managed to do. Pricing and dropping off (mailing) work to two galleries is not nothing, but I thought I would be putting more time in at my bench this week. I have to spend both Wednesday and Thursday off the island so that means no solid working time until Friday. Well, no need to call in the waa waambulance. I’ll just post some photos of what I managed to finish and get myself off to bed early. Tomorrow is a new day and we can only live them one at a time, right?
The necklaces below (along with 9 pairs of earrings I did not take time to photograph) went in the mail today to Red Dot Gallery in Deer Isle, Maine. I almost forgot to photograph them, so the photos are rushed and the price tags are already attached. D’oh.
The second “drop off” was to Winter’s Work, right here on Little Cranberry Island. Again I rushed through the photos, and I did not take time to photograph the earrings I priced. Summer is just crazy busy.
Off to bed for me!
using commercial headpins.
Some of these earrings are headed to Winters Work tomorrow (Friday), along with a few other pieces, when I meet my cousin Lisa for lunch at the Islesford Dock Restaurant.
Summer is starting to wind down….
I dropped off a bunch of pieces at Winters Work this afternoon. Below are a few of my new pieces at Sue’s great little shop on the dock.
Early a.m. beach walk.
Jewelry dropped off at Winter’s Work.
Surprise party to congratulate Fire Chief Richard Howland on completing his training.
Joining the grill team at the annual 4th of July picnic. The town field was too wet this year, so the picnic took place at the Neighborhood House.
Too pooped to stay up and write more. Happy Independence Day!