Sunday, May 3, 2009

Feathered Friends Necklace

I have been under the weather lately with tummy trouble and feeling a little spring fever. Ho...hummm...

Yesterday, I pulled myself together enough to attend Riki Schumacher and Diana Frey's "Feathered Friends" class. They put so much time and talent into preparing and sharing their secrets of PMC (precious metal clay) and totally cool wire wraps! I am soooo glad I got to go. Thank-you girls for a wonderful day!

This little bag of necessities and fabulous handout will give you an idea of their hard work and attention to details.

I finished these two necklaces today and I am pleased.

13 comments:

diane said...

Oh, how beautiful! I know you had a great time...and learned so much from both of them =)
Take care my friend!
xoxox

Riki Schumacher said...

Beautifully done Stephani. We were so glad you felt up to coming, it was wonderful to have you in class. Nicely done on the necklaces, they are fabulous! See you soon.

Kim said...

Aaaaarghghhh! I'm So jealous , wish I could have come too but I'll have to live through you! Your necklaces are fantabulous , you should be pleased lol - give yourself a little pat on the back , Stef!

lorhen82 said...

I'm glad you felt well enough to go! You did a great job on your necklaces! ~Lori

beth said...

I reeeally like the necklaces. They have that rustic look that I love love so much. Glad you are feeling better.

Beth

Diana said...

Bravo, Steff!! Your necklaces are so sweet. I loved having you in class and grateful you came even when not feeling your best. Do hope you are feeling much better this week.
Hugs
Diana

Brenda Seaholm-Wampler said...

you did an amazing job! you should come here and we can nurse each other. hope your feeling better!

Deryn Mentock said...

Lovely work! I haven't had the pleasure to meet Rikki yet but, isn't Diana a sweetie?

Deborah@ The Painted Nest said...

Stephani, Beautiful work!!! I really love your site, I'm following you around. I hope you don't mind, It's so I don't loose you. I'll be back often. Blessings, Deborah

~♥~ Monica S said...

Beautiful!!! Love the little eggs in the nest! :-)

get well soon!

Monica

Heartinmyhand said...

Stephani, These are awesome

La Donna Welter said...

Just beautiful! Hoping your feeling better!

Nellie said...

Oh, Stephani...I love what you did in the class. Oh, how I wished that I lived closer. Great job!
xo
Nellie

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