Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Playing with Charms

The other day I got a bee in my bonnet and finished several groups of ArtCharms for swaps that I had been putting of them I had just signed up for...LOL will I ever learn. NO, NO, NO

So these are my charms.
Adopt-an-Ancestor swap 
Wood swap
Under the Sea swap
Jeweled Wings swap

Now if I can just NOT sign up for any more for awhile I can get caught up on all the other stuff I should be doing.

Since we are talking about charms, I have a play date tomorrow with a fellow ArtCharm member. We are going to be soldering glass charms. Oh, how fun is this going to be. I am definitely going to take my camera and take lots of photos. It should be a riot.

If you happen to be reading this and are interested in ArtCharms as an alternative art form or as jewelry and want to learn or participate in swaps, then I highly recommend this Yahoo group.  The originators of the group are Christine Hansen and Peggy Krzyzewski authors of the book Making Mixed Media Art Charms and Jewelry. Great book by the way.


  1. Great charms - especially the wooden ones:-)

  2. Dana - what a productive and punctual art charmer you are - and they are all awesome! I am in awe of your completed swap charms - I'm usually a Last Minute Nelly with mine, LOL.

  3. Anonymous11:25 AM

    So those charms :) I now what you mean about signing up for too many always sounds good at the time, tnough :)

  4. Oh, they´re very cool!

    New post at my blog, come and check ;)

  5. You create more when you play with it.I like the alphabets in bold.And the dainty flowers ... I think the age of the wearer makes it suitable to choose the appropriate one.



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