Wednesday, June 16, 2010


The Bead and Button show was a good one. The classes went well. I had 6 days of classes ..introducing the Industrial Chic line.. and the booth.
Cheri and I started off with a 2 day class casting class with sterling silver. Cheri did the glass and I did the metals. We had a great time and students finished some awesome pieces. This is Cheri debut with the beaders so we were happy all went well. We called her "Safety Sister!!!" to the rescue. She is in the photo above to the far right. She said that she did not want to walk around the show since most people thought she was me..... well, we both do have loud mouths and similar mannerisms. It has been really nice working with her and she is a big help. Maybe we'll see more of her teaching glass throughout the year.

We had an awesome response to Industrial Chic. It really is a pretty cool line of components. It was fun finally bringing it out after all of the hard work we did last year. ..It was mums the word. I wanted to put up a few more pics....maybe tomorrow. I have lots of organizing to do today since I was away for so long.


Sherry Goodloe said...

I just LOVE your new Industrial Chic line Susan!

Ro Bruhn said...

We're very sad, they don't sell online to Australia and we don't have a Michaels store. They all look gorgeous. Maybe one day.

Anonymous said...

Susan, Congrats on your new Industrial Chic line. My polymer clay guild is buying it up and I told them to get your book as well. Polymer clay and your products look great together.

sf said...

Angela Cartwright and I would ♥♥♥ to review the Industrial product line for our Holiday issue of Pasticcio ---
are you at all interested?

Griselda said...

Susan, I discovered your marvelous creations at Michael's and just stood there, wondering if I can pull it off and make something wonderful for myself :)
You are amazing!!!