Pre Black Friday Special and New Things…

Hi Everybody…

Preparing for the holidays…  BUSYBUSYBUSYBUSY… Although I wish I could have been more productive this past week the rest was well needed.I am planning on listing new items every week in both of my shops. Please stop in often to see the new items : )

So from now until November 28th, purchase anything from either of my shops and you will receive  25% off your next purchase automatically.

This weekend I was able to get two out of the three projects that I was working on done. I got my inspiration from Happy Hour Projects for both. Her blog is full of lots of jewelry and food tutorials.

I chose to make her Grapevine Earrings and Mixed Media Bracelet.

Black Cluster Earrings

I chose black glass beads and a focal grey Swarovski bead which is a little different than how she did it but I like how it turned out. I also used chain instead of the jump rings since I didn’t have any off the large jump rings on hand. I didn’t have any of the large jump rings that she used. The result is very elegant and lightweight :). I will have these in my Etsy shop tomorrow.

I’m not as pleased with how my mixed media bracelet turned out.

Mixed Media Bracelet1

The cones that I had on hand turned out to be too small. Instead I used a thread strand clasp. Its still very pretty but the openness of the clasps make it look like its a little empty. Like its missing something. I went to the store and got a new set of cones to try another bracelet.

I also saw these little angel beads in the store..aren’t they so cute!Angel Earrings

 

Perfect for the Holiday season coming up. These will be in my Etsy Shop as well.

This week I’ll be working on more crochet and knit items for my shop as well as kumihimo bracelets.  See you later this week!

 

~Jasmine

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Updates, Valentines Day and New “Toy”

Hello luvies!

Just some quick updates. The baby shower that I mentioned in my last post was quite a food filled fun filled event. The mother-to-be was tickled by the hat and booties I made for the bouncing girl. My special self didn’t take the time to take pictures of the hat and booties before gifting. I’ll make sure to do that next time. The hat IMO is a little large for her to wear right away so I plan on making another smaller hat with a finer yarn. The first hat I made with Red Heart in the Plum Pudding colorway. I crocheted the boots to look similar to the pattern sample, cream with a gold/brown sole so they can be worn with more outfits.

Valentine's Day Sale
I’m starting a sale in my Etsy shop today!  Anyone using the coupon code BEMINE214 will receive 20% off their order.
I also will be listing new items between tonight and Sunday for a better selection. I’ll keep the sale going until Midnight on 02/17.Valentine's Day Coupon Code

Also I have added a new “member” to my family :}

I have “adopted” a Pullip! Her name is Fraulein but I’m changing it to Nozomi which mean rare/beautiful and hope. Pullip Fraulein - pullips Photo

I purchased her on Ebay nude to save cost since if you are not familiar with pullips, they have be upwards $200! So I am working on building her a little wardrobe 🙂

So be prepared to see future posts involving this little sweetie :}

So check back again soon to see what other goodies I have in store. I promise more pictures and goodies when I return and take the time to peek into my shop over the weekend!

 

Take Care!

Luvvleigh

Post-Halloween Sale!

Decided to have a post-Halloween sale. Time just wasn’t on my side and I did have more goodies to list I figured I could give people a head start for next year.. or next week. Who says you have to wear Halloween themed jewelry only around Halloween? Psssh!

So all items in my shop are on sale for 20 % with the coupon code HALLOWSEVE.

The sale will be from the 1st through the 15th including any items I list in between! So take a few minutes to peak in and look around and check back often over the next two weeks for any new additions to the inventory!

~Jasmine

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