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Volume 01 Issue 03 | August 2002

Hello and Welcome to our Newsletter!
This is the third month of operation of the Newsletter.
First let me introduce our web site.  I started this web site to display my jewelry and crafts.  I am constantly coming up with new styles and products, like my new Air Fresher Crochet Bags and Eyeglass Holders.  This month we added more Dreamcatchers.
I am adding new crafts hints section to the newsletter, so scroll down to read it!
We are selling these during August with free Shipping. Due to the weight of the frame, that means a $10 savings!  My Crosses Page has opened with Framed Wooden Matchstick Crosses. They would be an elegant addition to the wall of a home. The matchsticks are slightly burned on the tips, then glued to a backing. Some of the crosses I paint the ends of the matchsticks, others are left alone simply burnt. Then I matte them in a wooden picture frame. You really have to go see them as this explanation doesn't do them the justice the photographs have to offer.
These have been a big seller during July. So I am reposting this article! I have also posted my Ornamental Ribbon Bookmark Crosses that were on Gifts I have Given Gallery page for sale this month.  I show you them hanging on my Christmas Tree as Ornaments, then explain that on Christmas day I gave them out as gifts to everyone there to use as a Bookmark.  

Craft Hints!
First let me encourage any one to send in their hints by replying to this newsletter!
Stretch Bracelets.  Though we don't sell stretchy bracelets, try rolling them off and on your wrist as opposed to stretching them.  This will make the elastic thread last much longer.  And of course when the elastic starts to loose its stretch, its time to replace the thread by restringing the beads.
Broken Beaded Jewelry.  I guess this is a no brain-er, but save all the beads you can if your jewelry breaks.  Save any other parts also.  It is often impossible to find the exact same color of beads again. The more parts you are able to save the higher the chance it can be repaired.
Here are some quick hints:
Keep you wicks trimmed to a 1/4 inch on most candles, unless it is a taper whose wicks are usually made to bend over and burn off in the hot part of the flame.

Don't burn container candle for more than 4 hours at a time or any longer than the manufacturer recommends.

Don't leave your candles in a window sill. The sunlight will fade the colors and ruin the scent. And of course don't every light one there! You could ignite the drapes or the wind from an open window will make the candle burn uneven.


Finger Woven Sashes by Hunting Hawk
Even if you're not a Native American Dancer and don't need a sash, see his Seminole Patchwork page. He is featuring patchwork aprons anyone can enjoy! By next month we should have his Lap and Baby patchwork quilts listed for sale.
Stay tuned for next month's Newsletter and please visit the site often for items added between newsletters.

Thank You!
Janet & Ernie Secrest

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