Thursday, April 19, 2012

Welcome Home...

Some old friends came a knocking on my front door yesterday, and I was so, so happy to see them!
It had been a year since I had sent them to California to make their debut in Jewelry Affaire magazine, and they have returned home, with a great big welcome. I am talking about my precious 'Sparrow', the lovely 'Lady of Lourdes', some 'Rhinestones in Paris', a few 'Shades of Citrine' and a couple of  'Ladies in Waiting'. They all returned home yesterday to a great big fanfare of photos and are coming to Etsy this evening.

Here is where they debuted this month....

...the Spring issue of Jewelry Affaire magazine. The issue is also loaded with many other pieces of fabulous jewelry and their talented designers. Lots of inspiring pieces reside in this issue!!!

I am so honored and thankful to have been featured in this current issue of Jewelry Affaire. Life is so full of blessings! Have a great week my friends and keep on creating, it does the soul and body good!!!!


Glenda/MidSouth said...

How exciting for you! Congratulations on being published!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Christine!! You certainly deserve the recognition, your jewelry is GORGEOUS!


Shane Pollard said...

Dear Christine

I've just come from Rhonda's blog.
Your necklaces are simply exquisite, there are several on your etsy I would like to buy right this minute.....
however, as I off to France to see my darling daughter and 3 little granddaughters - I must save my pennies at the mo!!! you understand!

CONGRATULATIONS on being published, I'll try and pick up that copy of 'Jewellery Affair' to see your work.

Love your blog - it has everything I dream of having and more!
and I've just become your newest follower!

Do pop over and see me sometime and I'll get out my prettiest little cups and we'll have tea!


lorraine said...

I must go buy the magazine...featuring my favorite designer....YOU!!!

Christine Wallace said...

Thank you so much to all of you sweet ladies for your encouraging, beautiful, and uplifting words. They always touch my heart and inspire me to keep on creating!!!!

Haddock said...

some of the photographs show all the fine details.