Showing posts from February, 2015

Today read something inspirational....

Stop, Listen, Learn

Wire wrapping a large lampwork bead.

This cold winter weather gives me a chance to sit at my work table and just BE.

Be me. Be creative. Be organized. Be quiet.

Once spring arrives I will be outside digging outside in my flower beds.

This piece is simply a free form wire design with two small beads and a large focal bead.

Attach it to a fan pull, window ornament, necklace pendant, zipper pull, purse bling. The ideas are endless.
#handmade #gifts #glass #beads

Removing "I" ...


Be my Valentine?

Celebrate this day with sharing some love...

"Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." Scott Adams,

Purple Iris flowers flowing through a soft breeze.

Orange Lily and pretty sky

Nature is wonderful

Brother Bob..Robert Melnick

Robert "Bob" Melnick

Robert M. "Bob" Melnick, 62, of New Holland, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, January 28, 2015 at his home.
 Born in Brooklyn, NY, he was the son of the late Costy and Matilda (Stankevich) Melnick. He was currently working at Equestrian Internationalin New Holland and was a member of the New Holland American Legion. Bob was a rare individual who had an eye for the unusual and a unique vision of life. He had an artistic flair with an interest in the arts. He was a master pin-striper. He will be remembered as a thoughtful man who sent random gifts, cards and items of interest to family members. He believed in living a simple life and enjoyed working with his hands. He will be missed. Surviving are three sisters, April Grinaway, married to Jeff of Mechanicsburg, Margaret Femia, married to Rocco of Hudson, NH, and Donna Melnick of Mt. Carmel; two nieces, Kristi Wagner and Amity Mickett, married to John; a nephew, Will Femia, married to Krista Rizzo; two g…