Saturday, February 21, 2009

Belle Armoire Jewelry Spring 2009


I had an awesome day today with a group of really sweet ladies. Diana Frey's Viking Knit Bracelet class was today and it was wonderful! She is an awesome teacher and friend. I highly recommend signing up for any of her classes!

When I got home , my issue of Belle Armoire Jewelry was waiting on the table! Wow! I am so humbled and grateful to be in this beautiful magazine, and to share my" Coco Inspired Dots". I have only had a chance to browse through briefly, but I will probably fall asleep reading it cover to cover.

6 comments:

~♥~ Monica S said...

WOW!! Wish I had access to that magazine.. to look at your work too!! I'm sure it's beautiful!

Monica

FLYING SOLO said...

Stephanie,

Can't wait to see your jewelry in the magazine. It was so nice meeting you @ Diana's class. Lovely Blog....

Karen

KimberlyRyanDesigns said...

Stephanie, I just had to tell you I received your beautiful gift the other day, just beautiful I want you to know I'm making you something special and for the other girls as well,,,,it's not often I receive gifts, especially as detailed as your little tins with wings, i'll treasure it always thank you from the heart! Kimberly

Diana said...

Congratulations, girlfriend....the spread in BAJM is outrageously wonderful! I look forward to seeing more of your work in this great publication.
Diana

Riki Schumacher said...

Stephanie, the article is just awesome! What a fine job you did, congratulations. You definitely have a talent with faux bone, just beautiful. Can't wait to see what the next article will be. See you soon.

diane said...

Congratulations on your beautiful article Stephanie! I am in company with some beautiful women!

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To overcome prejudice is more satisfying than a ten-course dinner.
To subdue a difficulty and smother a selfish disire is to become strong and splendid.
If life is worth living at all, it is worth living in a state of progress and improvement.
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