Blog entry

My rural area continues to experience postal delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I am practicing "safer at home" measures and will be shipping items once per week.

I'll keep you posted when I receive your order. Wishing you good health and hoping you stay safe in these unprecedented circumstances.

True Blue - Kyanite

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Back in June I broke my COVID-19 quarantine “rule” of only using beads, stones, and supplies that I had on hand and I purchased some new beads. In my defense, I needed some copper beads and pearls for a commissioned project, but I didn’t “need” everything I eventually purchased.

   

Halloween Jewelry

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Halloween is celebrated on October 31. Are you someone who embraces this holiday? Lots of folks I know enjoy planning their costumes, watching scary or humorous old movies with witches and the like, decorating their front porch, or having a seasonal treat. Halloween during my childhood was a fun time; trick or treating, bobbing for apples at a party, dressing up and having a gradeschool parade. 

Re-Introducing Pebbles At My Feet

Since my blog has languished for a while, I thought I should reintroduce myself and my studio to folks who happen to find me on the internet. If you’re a customer who has stayed with me from the start; thanks for hanging in there. It’s fun to have you along as I grow as an artist and jewelry business.

This October marks 8 years that Pebbles At My Feet has been offering handcrafted natural stone jewelry online.  I’m so very grateful to everyone who has purchased from me over the years. Please know I really do a happy dance with each and every order.

New Items at Pebbles At My Feet

As an artist, my mind is always full of color and design ideas, and my hands are usually busy to bring those to fruition. This often leads to what I call my “listing backlog”. I have a box next to my computer of pieces I’ve made and photographed, that are waiting for copywriting inspiration. I think I know why: 

Color Inspirations: Spring in South Park Colorado

Wherever you are around the globe, in the northern hemisphere, temperate lattitudes, spring is in full swing. Here in South Park, Colorado, at an elevation of 9500 feet above sea level, the season starts slowly giving subtle hints of what's to come.