Polymer Cafe's Reader's Gallery. =) I'm thrilled beyond words. It's kind of a funny story. Long, long time ago when Polymer Cafe first came out, I was thrilled to find a magazine that had so many wonderful new ideas and tutorials. I had a subscription the first year it came out and just loved it - read it cover to cover. Then life kind of stepped in and I never renewed it again. Back then from what I remembered, the reader's gallery was this tiny section on the editor's page with little thumbnail pictures, so when I submitted a few pictures I was thinking well, this won't be so scary. I didn't realize that the Reader's Gallery now is BIG!! I got a page and a half feature. lol I guess I'm glad I didn't have a recent copy of Polymer Cafe to see how things have changed or I'd have chickened out. lol It's all part of life's little game to push you forward - right?
Craft Gossip. I was so surprised and thrilled because I had JUST posted them. My Flickr hits went through the roof! =)
PCAGOE challenge. This month the theme is historical so I created this wonderful Sunface Kachina pendant/wall-hanging to commemorate the Native American influence in this wonderful country. The Sunface is a Hopi Kachina that represents warmth, shelter for the old, bright future, and playfulness for the young.
SALE SALE SALE SALE!!!! I will be having a Mother's Day Sale from now until May 2nd. Take 15% of your total purchase and every order over $50 gets FREE shipping! My shop is filled with many beautiful items that can be customized quickly for that special one of a kind mother's day gift. Several members of the PCAGOE TEAM are also having promotions in their stores:
Take a look for that extra special custom gift for your mom!