I bought a booth at a local craft fair which will take place on March 5. My creating for February has been dedicated to getting enough inventory ready. I plan to sell necklaces, bracelets, and earrings as well as watercolor paintings, notecard sets, and some of my other favorite crafts.
A little about me...
I'm a 22 year old college student studying History/Art History. I would like to teach one or the other. I live with my fiance, our two Great Pyrenees, and one kitten in our first house. We are in love with making it our own cozy corner of the world.
Some of my hobbies are jewelry making, watercolor painting, photography, collaging, and making ATCs. I've been making jewelry since high school. I'm not an expert and, as a college student, I can't buy precious stones. I mostly use glass beads. I've always loved the look of watercolors. I took a class two years ago and recently started painting again. Collaging and making ATCs is also something I enjoy a lot. I like the challenge of the small canvas. As part of my year of daily creating, I'd like to improve my photography skills. Forgive me if my photos start out poorly.
I love watching my favorite TV shows. Supernatural and Doctor Who are tied for first. Others I like are The Big Bang Theory, Being Human, Firefly, Fringe, Pushing Daisies, How I Met Your Mother, The IT Crowd, Stargate SG-1, and Avatar: the Last Airbender.
I love reading. When I'm not reading textbooks, I like novels by Neil Gaiman, the Harry Potter series, the Lord of the Rings. I'll read pretty much anything interesting though...be it fantasy, biography, historical, etc.
I've recently joined Swap-Bot (username maybejustperhaps) and really enjoy getting things in the mail besides bills.
I'm working on a Geography class semester project and am collecting currency from as many different countries as possible. If you'd like to trade, send me an email or PM on Swap-Bot.
Besides posting about my daily creations, I'm still coming up with ideas for blog posts. I'd love to join some link parties or day of the week posts...things like Music Monday or Bead Table Tuesday. What kinds of posts are your favorites for blogging community building?