AD- SPIglass ~Auctions ending & now accepting MC/Visa~

AD- SPIglass ~Auctions ending & now accepting MC/Visa~

Post by Kalera Stratto » Tue, 03 May 2005 07:38:35



Well, I guess you know it works! That's cool. :)

Quote:

> Thanks for the suggestion. I've actually got that one before from one of my
> customers. I tried it for a while and my views and bids actually went down.
> As soon as I went back to doing the closeups, my bids and views went back
> up. Not sure if it was just a coincidence or what. When I list sets, I've
> been showing a close up of a couple of the beads and I will most likely
> continue that, but with my focals I seem to get more interest when I do the
> extreme closeup. Thanks again for the suggestion though. :)

--
-Kalera
http://www.beadwife.com
 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Hir » Tue, 03 May 2005 22:30:43


I really liked that you put a quarter there so people would know the
size at a glance.  Beautiful bead.  Someday I hope to be at a skill
level to buy a focal bead and do it justice.  But right now I am just
working my way through the basics.

On Thu, 28 Apr 2005 18:38:28 GMT, "Paulette Insall"

Quote:

>Everyone must be low on cash this week...so am I. LOL! So, if you see
>something you love but don't have the cash right now, you can wait 'til next
>week to send payment. Just let me know. I'm such an enabler, aren't I? *hee,
>hee* Oh, and I take credit cards now too. ;)

>These end at 8:20pm Pacific Time tonight. Get 'em while you can!

>~Inspired Tab Focal~
>Such a nice large tab focal whose shapes calls to mind a Japanese lantern.
>As you may know if you've been visiting my auctions lately, I've been really
>inspired by Japanese artwork recently. I'm in love with the minimalist
>nature. -- This focal has shades of black and ivory with a twisted cane in
>black and white with raised ruby red dots.
>http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4989280411

>~Space Paisley Set~<
>It's been a bit since I offered one of my "Space Paisley" series. Hope you
>like the latest installment. ;) It's absolutely stunning in person!!!--An
>opal yellow core covered with fine silver with twisted cane and raised clear
>dots.
>http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4989280393

>~Citrus Crush Tab Focal~
>I love the subtle differences between the shades of tangerine and sunflower
>yellow paired with the contrast of the black in this beautiful tab shaped
>bead. A very juicy focal!!!
>http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4989280426


 
 
 

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Post by Paulette Insal » Tue, 03 May 2005 22:45:19



Quote:
>I really liked that you put a quarter there so people would know the
> size at a glance.  Beautiful bead.  Someday I hope to be at a skill
> level to buy a focal bead and do it justice.  But right now I am just
> working my way through the basics.

Hi Victoria. Thanks so much for the compliment! I actually put a dime with
my focals. I like putting in a coin instead of a ruler because I feel the
ruler detracts too much from the bead.

You know, you can always buy the beads to admire until you feel comfortable
working them into one of your pieces. ;)

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Post by Victoria » Tue, 03 May 2005 23:12:44


Good Morning (or whatever :-), Paulette,

I like the idea of using money because everyone knows the size of it
automatically and can find a quarter.

I also like your idea of buying beads I like now, but I did that with
fabric and quilting.  Found out I liked buying fabric much more than I
liked quilting!  Since I have a house full of fabric that I am slowly
using, buying beads for the future may be a bit much!  Especially for
my dear husband.  

The pack rat & shopaholic!
Lee (People always call me "Lee" which is my middle name.)

On Mon, 02 May 2005 13:45:19 GMT, "Paulette Insall"

Quote:


>>I really liked that you put a quarter there so people would know the
>> size at a glance.  Beautiful bead.  Someday I hope to be at a skill
>> level to buy a focal bead and do it justice.  But right now I am just
>> working my way through the basics.

>Hi Victoria. Thanks so much for the compliment! I actually put a dime with
>my focals. I like putting in a coin instead of a ruler because I feel the
>ruler detracts too much from the bead.

>You know, you can always buy the beads to admire until you feel comfortable
>working them into one of your pieces. ;)