This blog post is from my friend Deanna and it really touched my heart. It was so fun and cool to meet her and Kent. We had good times and I am so grateful for our friendship. We look forward to more good times up ahead! Love you Deanna! Thanks for the Love! ❤
We are so honored to have been blogged by Deanna and Kent at Glowing Heart Studios. Both Deanna and Kent are awesome artists and wonderful friends! We are so grateful that are paths crossed.
A blog post from Deadhead Art Alliance (Jen) featuring a really good friend of mine Janice and me. Thanks Jen! Its a really great blog post! 🙂
My name is Janice; I’m somewhat of an “eclectic” bead artist and an unabashed self-proclaimed bead addict. My husband and partner of 20 years, Dan and I, live in “The Golden Heart City,” of Fairbanks, Alaska. We love to spend our summers camping and fishing, while traveling throughout “The Land of the Midnight Sun!”
On the other end of the seasonal spectrum, we spend the rest of the year cozied up to the woodstove during the long, dark, frigid cold winter season. Yes, friends – two seasons is what we’re really dealing with here in the Interior of Alaska! With that said, once summer abandons us and Old Man Winter arrives, I find myself hunkering in for the long haul and focusing on doing what I enjoy the most – playing with my beads!
My greatest passion at this point of my life is designing and creating “distinctively you” handmade…
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Reblogging from my Rainbow Artists Team blog
Hello and welcome to Friday! We are getting closer and closer to Christmas and I know everyone is busy filling their stores and buzzing about. It is a very busy time of year for small business owners. Today I am claiming our Rainbow artists blog on bloglovin. You can follow the blog posts from us there and also from the follow button that you see in the bottom right hand corner provided by wordpress.
Also to leave a comment scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on the latest recent post or click on the title at the top. I am new to this blog theme and am trying to figure it out. This blog will be blogging out to Facebook, twitter, google+ and tumbler so we are good and covered on social media.
From Rainbow Artists…
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Deadhead Art Alliance Team is having a sale! Support small Business
This blog post is created by Jen captain of Deadhead Art Alliance Team.
HOLIDAY2015 Sale On Now!
Feel good to support small business run by people who curate their stores with their hearts and souls.
Believe in the love these sellers offer, know your doing good for the world by shopping small, and that families, kids, babies, humans, real people and someone with a heart will feel the love you share with others by gifting.
Use code HOLIDAY2015 to get the bonus of 15% off at all these stores!
By the hand is from the heart – Curated stores full of unique gifts and one of a kind finds that will wow the hardest people to shop for.
Deadhead Art Alliance
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This is a fantastic article about a really cool artist on Deadhead Art Alliance Team. Jen, captain of this awesome team wrote this blog post. She gives a lot to our community and we all love her so much! Thanks for taking a look.
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This is a awesome blog post featuring Jenifer Liput Drumme. She is a very amazing young woman, and artist. Thanks for all you do Jen!
Greetings and Salutations Family
I’m Jen as most of you know me, the ethereal being and creative mind who Founded the Deadhead Art Alliance team. Starter of many fun adventures in creation in this world; I’m Proud to be a glassblower, The female entrepreneur behind pacificnorthwestglassblowing.com PACIFICNWGLASS Deadhead Art Alliance and OceanBeachGlass on Etsy and Founder of the Grand Network of the ETSY TEAMS FELLOWSHIP SOCIETY, I round this with working as a leader on the Working Artists Unite Team on Etsy and strive to promote and support over 5000 handmade and family artists worldwide. (It is my philanthropy through art.) In my own glass arts I specialize in items that are eco friendly and are intriguing and useful in a simple and elegant way. I adore things of timeless beauty and heirloom items that can be collected and passed on from generation to generation and hold their value. …
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Love this blog post from Jen Captain of Deadhead Art Alliance team on Etsy. The blog post features Chelsy Harper from Ocean Tide Creations. Congratulations!
My name is Chelsy Harper and I’m the lady who is responsible for Ocean Tide Creations store on Etsy. I’m a proud member of the Deadhead Art Alliance and I’m located in The Mountains of NorCal.
Ocean Tide Creations sells Big Sur Jade Pendants, Big Sur Jade Wire Wraps, Hand Made Bags, Purses, Patches, and Hand Made Wood Burned Pictures with the purpose To pass along positive energy through art and creation
All of my jewelry is handmade and the stones I find myself. I found the Jade between 2009-2013 when I lived south of Big
Sur and then the pieces of jewelry you see are also Handmade by myself On the hill or on the road.
After hunting for years in Big Sur I took some of my best finds and turned them into one of a kind hand made jewelry. I drilled all the holes myself and…
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An awesome post from Deadhead art alliance team featuring Courtney from Hemp Hugs.
Hi My name is Courtney, I’m 24 and my shop is Hemp Hugs which I started as an Etsy shop in October 2010.
I consider my boyfriend Rich a member of Hemp Hugs too – we’ve been together a little
over 8 years & he’s been a huge part of making our business happen!
I mostly make hemp jewelry and Rich did wire wraps for about 2 years
and just recently started blowing glass.
I remember being young and inspired by my aunt had always been into arts & crafts. For as long as I remember, she was
always making things for my cousins and I. She would use fabric paint on shoes,
dresses, hats, shirts,etc for us and I LOVED them. I used to go over her house all the
time & make stuff with her. My favorite thing to do was make beaded jewelry with
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