Mom's Day Sale this week!

Just a short post today since I should really be finishing everything for the sale tonight. Here are a few of the things that will be included, a link to a quaint little playlist of songs used in a cooking show I just recently discovered ( I love it so so much!) and an interesting article on the seriously labor-intensive process that the Japanese grow -and sometimes brand- their apples! Amazing!

See at the Sale! :)


Debra Gibson said…
Hi Jen,
I am a follower of your blog and I love your art work in polymer clay, I have been working with clay since 2004. I am crazy about your flowers and love the style and design so much because they remind me of vintage flowers. Do you have a tutorial for making these flowers as I would very much like to learn how. I have tried to do it on my own but they just aren't right . I tried to look at some of Donna Kato's work to see if I could apply it to your flower cane and it's still not working. Can you please help me ! I have a swap that I am in and would love to make some of these flower canes for my bracelet. Please email me,you can Facebook me, my name is Debra Gibson, I live in Shafter ,Ca. I would love to hear from you! And since your so far across the water I will never be able to come to your island !
Thank You ,Jen
Hope to hear from you soon !
Happy Claying !

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