It is officially the end of the garden here. I tore out all of my basil plants and plucked all of my leaves of. I love pesto, it might just be my favorite food. I had 15 basil plants in our garden because of this. I have harvested basil all summer and I make pesto with it and freeze it. It's amazing how much you think you have but by the time you pluck it and put it in the food processor, it's so little. So here was my last harvest, in the end I think I had almost 20 cups of pesto.
About.com Jewelry Making
Mixed-Media is still a very hot topic in the jewelry making world, as evidenced by two recent book reviews posted at About.com Jewelry Making.
Barbe Saint-John - New Jewelry from Forgotten Artifacts
Another Marketing Monday and Barbe talks about what is involved with creating a line sheet.
Bead Style Magazine
Stacy shares her story about working with the jewelry designers who contribute to BeadStyle magazine — could you be next?
Carter Seibels for Divali Glass Jewelry
It’s the beginning of the busy season, and Carter has new designs to share!
Carmi’s Clear Resin Silhouettes
Carmi lets her image stand alone in a clear resin ice cube.
Jennifer Jangles Blog
The new studio is finished
Jewelry & Beading
Learn one of the foundational skills of jewelry making: the wrapped wire loop
Katie’s Beading Blog
Tune in this Thursday to hear Katie as a guest expert on CNBC’s The Big Idea. They’re profiling the inventor of a new game called Bead Trade.
Snap out of It, Jean! There’s Beading to be done!
Jean finds a lot to like about the fun book by Karin Buckingham, Altered You!
Strands of Beads
Melissa reviews a book of grace, style and wit - Links by Jean Yates