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    « Bring It | Main | Terrier Tuesday -- It STINKS Edition »

    Sunday, November 13, 2011

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    Adelaide

    Very nice. Great job of jewelry design.

    Marianne

    o.m.f.g. Norma! Those pieces are Stunning! So Beautiful!!!! so glad you got off your arse and tended to those rocks! ;^)
    Beautifully executed!

    Dorothy

    They're spectacular! Love them. :)

    Laura

    The jewelry is lovely! And thank you for that beautiful video. I was struck by the fact that they showed Sgt. Buckles' headstone being made -- my husband works at a military hospital and actually met him several times before he passed away. He was honored in life, too, as well he should be!

    Bonney

    Your new jewelry is stunning! I love it!

    Elizabeth

    Very beautiful, Norma.
    Abigail needs a piece of this jewellery for Christmas, don't you think?

    Vicki

    Amazing! They're just beautiful. I love the transformation of a rock to a stone -- something of a jewel, even. My cousin designs jewelry with Lake Superior agates. I remember hunting for them with her a few times as a kid -- picking up stones and licking them to reveal their potential! Well, I sort of remember hunting for them. I was not a very patient (or happy) rock hound.

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    Carole

    Those pieces are wonderful!

    Karen Kaylor

    Just Gorgeous!

    Seanna Lea

    I love how such humble looking rocks can be transformed into artistic and tasteful jewelry.

    Rhonda from Baddeck

    The jewelry is beautiful! It looks like some of the rocks are larger than needed for jewelry - any plans for those?

    Elaine

    OMG! Gorgeous!

    Patty

    Wow! Just so special Norms! Enjoy.

    Patty

    And that was Norma. Freaking autocorrect!

    gayle

    I love the idea of showing the beauty of something so humble.

    noonie

    Wow... love

    kmkat

    I am amazed that those pieces of road fill became the beautiful pieces you pictured! Great work, lady!

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