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SHELBEY74's Photo SHELBEY74 SparkPoints: (34,184)
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6/3/11 12:27 P

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Welcome to both of you!

Goals and Rewards
192 (1st 10%): Shred those size 18 jeans
173 (2nd 10%): Pull out my size 14 wardrobe.
156 (3rd 10%): Sign up for a dancing class
141 (Goal): Queen Anne For A Day spa package


Luxury is a glass of wine, a steamy romance novel, a bubble bath and the knowledge that the kids and the husband are asleep so you can soak in uninterrupted bliss.


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6/3/11 9:26 A

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Hi, I'm new here too. For good tools at reasonable prices check out Contenti Jewelry Making Supplies web site. In many tools they have a selection from professional to imported, less expensive, good if you'd rather spend your money on silver than hammers ans saws. They have a jump ring making set that I lust after. I used it in a class and it makes a tedious job much easier, but, I really don't need to make that many jump rings.
They are in Pawtucket RI

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5/16/11 5:11 P

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:D I'm new here....obviously. I LOVE metal smithing. I'll post some of my work when I get pictures of it. I just finished out my semester at Columbia College Chicago, so I am a little behind. I'm studying photography there, but I just took a semester in jewelry for non-majors. I was so excited that the soldering torch was the first thing we got to learn about! :D I was so upset when the semester ended. I'm going to start building a collection of tools soon though, so I can keep on working. I just learned that Fire Mountain Gems, a bead store I go to online, is starting to carry metalsmithing tools for jewelry as well. My wishlist is going to explode!

Anyways. I'm so glad this group was made. I am in love with metalsmithing and am glad to have people to geek over it with. :)

BTW: Here's a link to my beadwork that I've done *and had the time to take pictures of*. They are dread sleeves, and once I get the chance, I'm going to put them up on Etsy.

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