Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Smile!!

 Just a few favorites to make you smile...
I am taking a break for a few days as I am about to have my 4th chemo treatment, the one that marks the halfway point. I am happy to report that the tumor is shrinking! All the pain and suffering has not been in vain! This makes me incredibly happy and grateful!
 So in celebration of happiness, I post some of my newer jewelry. Pieces that I love that make me happy! Pieces that make me smile! Pieces that I hope you will love enough to go out and buy if they are still in my shop! lol After all, that is why we do this, us creators of jewelry! We create to sell, to have the money to buy more beads to keep on creating! The circle of beading shall we call it?
 All these have Art beads. Beads created with love by someone passionate about their craft. As I am about mine!
 I don't have the energy today to give you all the details of the wonderful artists who made the beads, but most of them are listed in the listings in my Etsy shop, as tag words.
 I hope to return to creating a about a week or so, though it may take a bit longer. I hope to see some orders coming in, it certainly has a healing effect! I am just unsure when I will be able to ship.
 I will do my best not to make you wait too long if you do make a purchase. I may hire my Husband James temporarily if the need is there!  I do have many pendants to list, but I have not taken pics yet. I really need to do that soon!
I love giving you a lot to look at! I know it's always my favorite thing when I am on a blog. I love to look at all the pictures and seeing what everyone has been up to.
 I included a few pieces that have already sold. I do however promise that there are still many lovely pieces in my Etsy shop for you to choose from!
Thanks for all the support and friendship and especially prayers!

Marie

21 comments:

Celery said...

Marie, you are in my prayers! My God's healing light surround you! Rest up!

lunedreams said...

Gorgeous as always! I had not seen the last two necklaces before, I especially love the one with the big green flower! You do such lovely work.

I hope the next round of chemo goes smoothly without too much discomfort. Yay for shrinking tumors! Sending you warm wishes for continued healing...

Broken Wings ® said...

BEAUTIFUL as always! Keeping you close in prayer and rejoicing in the fantastic news!!!

KJ said...

I just love those colors in the first few pieces, but even more the wire you worked with gives them a vintage feel. Wonderful.

Stephanie said...

Love you Marie. You are a true inspiration!! I am so blessed to have met and befriended you. I do loo forward to the day I can meet you. Have a wonderful restful break. Your adoring fans will be here when you return.

JeanneLamp said...

I love looking at your new jewelery :) Thanks for cheering up my day, Marie! You are a truly wonderful lady with inspiring courage and blooming creativity. Keeping you in my prayers, hugs, Jeanne

Janet Bocciardi said...

Such beautiful baubles!!

All the best on shrinking those bad boys and feeling better quickly.

Donna Bradley said...

You know how much I love your work, and your passion shows in every piece you make. I'm so glad to hear that the tumor is shrinking. Prayer does work!! I continue to keep you in my daily prayers, my friend. You just take it easy for awhile. We want that darn tumor to just disappear! Love you! :)

Libellula Jewelry said...

Beautiful new work! Stay strong & you'll make it through your treatments. I wish you the *very* best! :)

Patti Van said...

Oh, we do love looking at your pictures...gorgeous work, as usual! There is not a day that goes by that I do not think of you and say a prayer...I pray that this next round is easier than the last! Stay strong and know that there are so many people pulling for you!

Copper Diem said...

Those are all so pretty. I can't decide which is my favorite

Maplegirl said...

Hang in there Marie. Thanks for the late night eyecandy. Lovely.
Andrea

Kristen said...

Take care of you! I so needed this smile today!

TesoriTrovati said...

Hang in there sunshine! I love the soft colors in your palettes and your use of all these wonderful art beads. I am sending you thoughts of warmth and cheer. Know that I am thinking of you! Enjoy the day. Erin

Sharyl said...

You just make the most beautiful jewelry, Marie! Hope these sell in a hurry and hope you feel well enough to make more soon!

I've been working on some of the tiles I ordered from you. Hope to finish a few and have photos for you soon!

Martha said...

Beautiful designs, as always. I am always excited to see which of my charms you will buy, because I know you will make something beautiful with them.

You are constantly in my thoughts. I'm so glad that nasty tumor is shrinking. I wish I lived close by. I would come over for the day and help you.

Thanks for being such an inspiration.

Coffeefreek53 said...

Best wishes to you in your fight! Your jewelry is beautiful; I so enjoy following your blog and seeing what pretties you've made.

Sharyl said...

I commented on these when I looked at them last time, but was looking through them again and I'm still in awe! You have such a talent for finding the most beautiful beads and components to use, and great skill in designing and creating your jewelry. You are a real master of the art.

Sharyl said...

I commented on these when I looked at them last time, but was looking through them again and I'm still in awe! You have such a talent for finding the most beautiful beads and components to use, and great skill in designing and creating your jewelry. You are a real master of the art.

Sharyl said...

I commented on these when I looked at them last time, but was looking through them again and I'm still in awe! You have such a talent for finding the most beautiful beads and components to use, and great skill in designing and creating your jewelry. You are a real master of the art.

Sharyl said...

I commented on these when I looked at them last time, but was looking through them again and I'm still in awe! You have such a talent for finding the most beautiful beads and components to use, and great skill in designing and creating your jewelry. You are a real master of the art.