Recovery Gifts

Happy Cyber Monday! Enjoy free shipping this week in my Etsy and Artfire stores. I have several gifts for runners, for inspiration…If the total shown includes shipping, just subtract it and pay that amount. I am so very grateful for my awesome followers. Blessings…

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Day 9 down. Another Goodwill find, converted to a God box. I love this scripture, ask and you shall receive. This project was more time consuming than I anticipated, but very fun. I got to mix graphic design with clay-ing. I created the image with the Matthew 7:7 verse, glue it onto a rectangle piece […]

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I know I thought I would delve into home decor for my day’s clay adventure, but my mind was elsewhere. Today was hectic, and this reminds me to take life a day at a time. I learned this concept through addiction recovery, and it has been essential in my spiritual journey. I am better at […]

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I love the faux ivory look I got by combining transparent sculpey clay with sculpey ecru. I am so excited about all the the faux looks achievable with polymer clay. An amazing resource for everything polymer clay that I have stumbled upon recently is Diane’s Glass Attic, here. There are tons of projects to try, […]

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Here is day 2’s clay project – AA’s circle triangle (representing the 3 legacies; Unity, Service, Recovery). I have a blast making these. To see more, visit my Etsy store, here. Loving the matching earrings, although I don’t normally wear jewelry on my ears. These work for me. Blessings!

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FauxAlbalone1

New adventures in polymer clay. My goal is to have these on my etsy store within 24 hours! A friend asked me if I ever worked with abalone. He wanted me to make him a sobriety necklace circle triangle with the triangle made of abalone. Instead, I found an amazing tutorial (here) on faux abalone […]

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MySponsorHeartsMe

This was today’s project, along with some rockin’ jewelry that I will share with you in the future. I can’t take credit for the saying on the t-shirt, just for the design and the handiwork. My friend Judy asked me to put this on a shirt for her. It was easy to make, and it […]

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