Holiday Jewelry

First, I would like to welcome those of you who recently started following my blog and those of you have been here a while.  I appreciate all of your comments.  Thanks so much!

We made it back from San Diego.  It is always so nice to be home!  Now, we are back to our routines.  We took Tate and Tanner to Hitchcock Nature Center to walk the trails and wear their costumes.  They got treats (not candy) at the posts.  They weren't the happiest about "no candy", but they did have fun dressing up.  Here are our Trick or Treaters.

I have been taking a Free Skinny-mini Photoshop class from Kim Klassen and I love it!  You should check it out.  I have been learning about textures, adjustment layers and blending modes.  I added a few blending modes and a solid color adjustment layer to these photos.  Fun, fun, fun!  You can check it out here.

Okay......Now, to the creating!

I have had so much fun creating with my Simply Adorned charm.  I will be offering a class soon.  I haven't worked out all the specifics, but I wanted to show you the cute inserts I have been making for my necklace.  This is the 1 1/4" x 1" charm.  You will get to choose which charm size and chain you want for the class.  Here is a peek at some of the options you will be able to make.  The class members will be able to make two inserts for their charm.

I got this idea from Dawn Griffith.

These designs are mine.

My friend, Debbie suggested this set.

I am still creating more and will show you those when I am finished.  There is a great promotion going on now.  Check it out!

Here is a better view of the stamp bundles.  It is a great time to buy projects for your holiday projects.

See the Simply Adorned Gift Bundle.  You can make your own jewelry or one for a gift.  To place an order click here.


{Lynn - that's me!} said...

WOW...these are amazing, Kim. Such great little works of art that you can wear. Outstanding.

I hope you will do some video tutorials of what you are learning in your photoshop class. =)

Sparkle said...

The charms are just darling!

Jeanne said...

Wow, Kim, the boys look great! I almost didn't recognize them! I'm glad you are having fun in your mini e-course. I'll have to check it out.
And your charms look fantastic! Little wonderful works of art those are.