A knock at the door this morning but nobody there.
A parcel left at the step. But not a baby in the human sense of the word.
Artisan jewellery of the glass bead variety. A big package filled with kits by Joann. To see the kits you must visit Joann's site. Or my booth. She has sent me a sampling to sell at the 'Almost Spring' Toronto Oasis Bead Show next week. They've arrived, their parcel ripped open, but all kits are safe and sound. The pix on Joann's site are wonderful: they are clear and well lit. What she sent me is designs using a spiral technique that she calls a 'Swirl Necklace.'
And they are here. Safe and sound.
A kit includes the beads and findings. And a reel of beading thread. And 2 beading needles.
A smart businesswoman, Joann has also included her business card ~ that's what she used to hold the 2 needles. I told you she was smart.
As of now I feel relieved. I was worried they wouldn't get here in time. They came from the other side of the continent and from a foreign country. Doesn't that sound grand? Joann lives in Sammamish. Yeah, okay. Joann lives in Sammamish Washington state USA. But I am in Toronto Ontario Canada. So technically the kits did cross an international border.
Also. Joann sent me an extra kit. I want to get it all done in time to display at the show. The kit she donated to me is the Peaches and Cream Swirl Necklace.
Thanks so much for entrusting me with your products. I promise to take good care of them.