You wouldn't believe the beads she brought me. I haven't even really had a chance to oogle everything, so I think maybe I'll wait and share those as they go into projects. Over the next 10 years.
But checkit~ My lobes are rockin' the Judd this morning.
We spent most of the time playing with fire, and she made some awesome beads on her first day! So either I have mad teacherin' skillz or she is a complete natural. I'm leaning toward the latter. I'd show you her beads, but I think she might like to do that herownself so you'll just have to wait until she gets them early next week. I promise I only ate a few.
Here she is rockin' her molecular structurizing skillzes:
Yes, I hear you. Her necklace is to die for. You should see her bracelets. There was some major coveting up in here.
This is where I mention that Jen has some mad teacherin' skillz too. I am no wire wizard~ an understatement second only to my saying that I am a little bit clumsy. Just ignore that roaring you now hear in the background. She'll stop laughing in a minute.
She generously took time to show me how to make myself a bracelet, which is tricksy for she did all the work while I munched banana bread. I did some minor assembly at the end and that must have meant I could be trusted to try another because she went back out to play in the glass shack.
I plan on aging them but I have to work up the nerve to break out the LOS. Peeyew.
I lerve 'em, and Jen seemed pleased also.