One of the favorite parts of what I do, besides being able to play with fire all day, is to live stream my studio time. Being able to connect with people from around the world while I work, and possibly introduce new people to glass is awesome!
Why is the Meerkat streaming app so awesome!?
These beads make the cutest earrings. Not to gaudy but with just enough holiday flair to show your festive side.
One of the hardest parts about being an independent artist is in my opinion the selling.
It can be exhausting always trying to convince potential customers that your prices aren’t totally outrageous.
I came across this blog post “7 Things You Didn’t Know About Handmade” and it was like a hammer hitting a nail. If I still did art shows I would turn that blog post into a pamphlet and hand it out during shows.
Handmade jewelry has been all the rage lately. The personal attention and love that makers and artisans infuse into their work is evident in the masterpieces that they create. What most people don’t understand is why handmade jewelry is more of an investment than its mass produced counterparts.
Even if the selling side of things is one of the more daunting daily tasks, I wouldn’t want to be doing anything else for a living.
Read the post, pass it on, and don’t forget to consider buying handmade this holiday season.
Have you ever wondered how glass beads are made? Or how glass marbles are designed and turned into beautiful glass spheres? Well then my friend, you need to join me during my live studio broadcasts!
Making a letter murrini involves many steps and many hours to complete. Another thing this takes a lot of, glass. Lots and lots of glass.