Friday, November 3, 2017

Sit A Bit

"Sit A Bit" was photographed in front of Jack's Java in downtown Paris, Tennessee.  It is now available in my online print shop at Fine Art America and   Available as a poster or framed or unframed print on a variety of fine art papers and substrates including metal, canvas, and wood.

I hope you'll take a few minutes to visit my online print gallery which includes many scenes from Paris, Tennessee and Paris Landing (my neighborhood).

Friday, October 20, 2017

Turquoise, Black, Silver, One-Of-A-Kind Necklace

 Handmade clay and paper beads mixed with glass, wood and metal on a black faux sued tie cord.  Clay beads have the look of marble or turquoise with streaks of black, silver and turquoise.  One of a kind.  $55

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Go Big Or Go Home!

Big, bold statement necklaces are incredibly light - only 1.5 ounces.  Handmade paper discs measure 2" in diameter.  Each one has been hand painted in a base color of black, red, or green with marbling of gold and silver.  Wooden beads have been hand painted to match.  Jewelry is finished to make it water resistant.  Bead closure can be fastened at 25" or 27".  Can be adjusted about another inch each either way.

Price $55.00 plus shipping.  Paypal or cashier check accepted.

I currently have one in each color.  Can be made to order with 2-3 weeks turnaround.

Contact me at to order.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Ear Nuts and Butterflies

The weight of some of my paper earrings has been likened to the weight of butterflies.  Like in, "Lee! These earrings are so light I feel like I have butterflies on my ears!"  And just like butterflies, they have been known to fly away. Really!

To keep your earrings from escaping, I include a set of "rubber ear nuts" with each pair.  Ear nuts are those doo-hickies you put on the back of your earrings to keep them in place.  They are always seen on the back of "post" style earrings but not on "wire" style earrings, as I usually sell.  When folks buy my earrings they usually assume the ear nuts are there just to keep the earrings on the display card and the ear nuts get tossed in the trash.   This is what rubber ear nuts look like.

I like them because you can slide them just as far as you like, up and around that curve on an ear wire.  I personally use them on my post earrings because they don't pinch the back of my ear.  And if I misplace one, most stores with jewelry have little packages of them for sale. 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

New Jewelry This Week

One of a kind necklaces.

Handmade clay beads mixed with wood and glass.

Handmade clay beads mixed with wood and glass.
Handmade clay beads mixed with wood and glass.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

New Jewelry For Fall

Some of my new jewelry now available at The Lily Pad, 731-407-7038, 14201 Hwy 79 N., Buchanan, Tn 38222
731-407-7038 on Facebook at The have a wonderful selection of gifts; clothing for women, men, babies; t-shirts; pottery, LipSense, decorative items. It's the hottest new store at Paris Landing.

A few new pieces for Fall.

My handmade clay and paper beads mixed with glass and wood.

Handmade paper discs with hand painted wooden beads.  Bold but light weight.

Monday, August 14, 2017

 Just added a whole series of instant digital downloads to my Etsy Shop at "Print Me Digitals" about women.  Not princesses, strong, independent women.  I come from a long line of such women and as I was creating these I could envision different women in my family.  Hope they do the same for you.

I am always looking for more quotes, bible verses and inspirational thoughts to add to this website.  If your favorite isn't listed please let me know.

These are 8”x10”, high resolution JPEG and PDF files that you will be able to print yourself at home (like printing a photograph) or have printed at a copy shop or professional printer.  They can be printed smaller or larger, up to about 24”x30”.   A download link is sent to your email address within minutes of your order.  Once downloaded, you can print as many as you like. 

They work well for small and large prints on paper or canvas, stationery, note cards, post cards, puzzles, mugs and on fabrics such as for t-shirts, purses, totes, pillows, etc.  Use your imagination!