Tuesday, 19 January 2010

The first day of the rest of my life. Here goes……!


Right, here we are.

I think I’m organised..the web won’t know what’s hit it!

From now on I an going to be the blogger of the century, and hopefully this will help my fledgling business along.

For those of you who don’t know me, which, let’s face it, is virtually everyone, let me introduce myself.

My name is Liz Dyson and I design and make my own jewellery in my crowded, and very untidy, workroom here in the glorious High Peak. Unfortunately, my mess seems to be expanding at a dreadfully worrying rate, and I would like to take this opportunity to thank my long-suffering husband, Mark, for his patience. (He’s a neat-freak-old-woman-type, but then they do say that opposites attract.)

Anyway, to get to the point (not my strong point, I might add) here I am. Hopefully I’ll find funny and witty tales from my jewellery/mothering days to charm and delight you, dear fans. Hold on, though, this ride might get bumpy!!

Here are a few lovelies from my current stock – all of which can be found on my website The Little Bead Box.

I’m just starting my own website, so if everything is not quite as it should be, then hop along to any of my Folksy shops, The Little Bead Box on Folksy for beautiful beads (and some jewellery that hasn’t yet moved onto my new site) Purely Pearls for gorgeous freshwater pearl necklaces and bracelets and finally, The Little Jewellery Box.

Rose Lime Sweetheart - rose quartz and lime green and pink lampwork bead necklace with rose quartz sweetheart pendant. The toggle clasp in this piece is silver plated. £17.00

China Girl - black onyx necklace with black cloisonne beads and pendant with gold plated toggle clasp and spacer beads. £18.00 Pearl Necklace - Champagne   Christmas Spirit Close UpAlexandra - Onyx Close Up Golden Pebbles Going Dotty   My Heart's Desire

1 comment:

  1. hi Liz just trying to see how this works. I love the turquoise and silver necklace you made for me that is my favourite are you still making anything like that?