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I get super excited every time I unload a kiln. I always say it's like Christmas when you were a kid. Everything goes into the kiln covered in glaze that is all one color. My glaze these days is green so every button, bead and bowl is green when it goes into the kiln. I fire to almost 2000 degrees F so it's hot and I have to wait for it to cool down.

Over the years I have built up some heat...

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Last week it was the tophatter auction, this week, it's a artist co-op gallery. Sometimes I do wonder if it's possible for me to say no. This has been said before on the blog and it probably won't be the last time, when it comes to business opportunities I am always willing to try something new.

Here's the story, a few weeks ago a woman from Roswell Georgia e-mailed me about an artist co-op that...

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I have been working on some new beads AND new jewelry. Now I know I use the word excited a lot on this blog, but it's because I blog about things I am excited about. Today is no exception. For the first time in forever, I am working with new glazes. That's always a challenge but these babies are so springy and I am loving what's coming out of the kiln. I'll do my best to take a sneak peek photo...

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