Saturday, December 10, 2011

What's New in December at Clayworks!

Ho Ho Ho ~ Before I hit the streets to hopefully finish my Christmas shopping, I thought I would update my blog since it's been a while.  For some reason this month just flew by.  I can't imagine why!

Now that my one craft show of the season is over, I'm focusing more on my Clayworksnh Etsy shop.  Here's a few new ornaments that I listed recently:
My beads and other clay creations are also available at these NH bead shops: All Beads Considered in Exeter now carry my pendants, beads, jewelry and currently have some of my finished necklaces available for the holidays:
Stop in and check it out.  Julie and Chris at All Beads Considered have everything for your beading needs and more!  I'm amazed at all the fun stuff they have in there!  You need to walk around a few times to see all of the treasures on display.

Here's a few new simple, decorative stoneware pendants I just sent to Jennifer at The Guest House, A Creative Studio in Meredith:
With a blend of my favorite Coyote glazes of purples, sage, teals, turquoise and metallic green. I finally got over there to see her new shop in Mills Falls and what a beautiful creative space with everything you can imagine for your beaded creations.

Congratulations to Jane Murphy ~ the winner of the November Spot the Newt challenge in the New Hampshire Magazine!  I'll be sending Jane items from my Clayworksnh Etsy shop.
Don't forget to shop NH Made for the holidays ~
For the remainder of December, Use code FSLBCLAY at check out for Free US Shipping in my Clayworksnh Etsy shop.  
Have a great weekend and warm holiday wishes to everyone! 

2 comments:

  1. Lisa you beads are nice. How do you photograph them? I want to photograph some beads, but I just can't seem to get a good photo.

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  2. Thanks so much flowers! :) The photography has been a very long process of just trying to get a feel for what works. I use a little Casio digital camera and try to take everything in natural light, outside if possible, and take lots and lots of shots at all different angles, and hopefully a few turn out clear enough to use. That's the beauty of digital, you can just delete all of the bad ones. A white background works best for me. That's my highly technical expert advice. lol If you Google it, I'm sure you'll find some great articles. Thanks for stopping by. Warm holiday wishes to you and yours. Lisa :)

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