The Birds…

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Birds and Beads…and that's about it.  I rented Alfred Hitchcock's, The Birds this past week.  I've seen it a thousand times, so it's a good movie to have on while I'm working.  I've been switching back and forth between the radio and movies—anything framiliar is fine by me.  Feverishly wrapping up secret projects, so it doesn't leave much to show you.  Someday it will all be out in print and then I can show you.  Surprises are good, but the wait is long!  I have a lot of work to do this weekend, but the big Herb Fest along the Wabash river is going on and then there's a putt putt tournament I've been debating about doing.  I haven't played putt putt since, oh I don't know, 87'? down in Florida (the land of super duper putt putt golf course awesomenesses).  Hmmm.  Decisions.  I'm feeling behind on so much, I think it will be good to hang in down here at the old nest.  

Here are a few links from the Bead Bloggers too!

Katie's Beading Blog
Back to school already? Make summer last a little longer with this fun, jangly necklace from the August issue of Simply Beads.

Carter Seibels for Divali Glass Jewelry
Who says the grass is always greener on the other side? Stop by Carter's blog for a sneak peek at her green and grassy new bead display.

Jewelry & Beading
Wendy Van Camp has written a wonderful tutorial for J&B on how to make adorable earrings!

Jennifer Jangles Blog
Jennifer shows off her very loved tools

Strands of Beads
Melissa cracks some geodes to add to her jewelry making stash.

Barbe Saint John – New Jewelry from Forgotten Artifacts
Looking at some of my fave suppliers

BeadStyle Magazine
New video interview at Meet Melissa Cable whose necklace is featured in the September 2008 issue. Jewelry Making
Tammy's collected a load of links featuring jewelry related news and events around the web.


  1. Oh, one of my favorite movies! I love watching (listening) to old movies while I work!

  2. I was always scared of that movie, so it freaked me out when I found out on Wikipedia that Capitola (the town where I live) gave Hitchcock his inspiration for it!

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