Tuesday

Gearrannan


Sorry I know I promised to post yesterday but I was busy sourcning all evening for a customer and lost track of the evening - so huge apologises :) I am trying to keep up with everything honest!! The above bracelet with Isabelle Anderson's artisan glass is called Gearrannan because Isabelle called them Drystone Wall which if you look closely you can see the pattern. The colours remind me of heather so the name was found - Gearrannnan is a historical village on the Isle of Lewis built by this technique - you can read all about it here

Elli has her first disco in Friday, she is so excited - you know the jumping up and down excited, the "how many days until" excited. But I had to laugh she looked up over the weekend and asked "What is a disco Mummy??". Bless her, I didn't want to burst her bubble and say "well hun the boys stand at the side being extremley silly and the girls giggle and dance round their shoes" or was that just my generation!! I'm sure there will be more news of the pending dance as the week moves on - I mean we have the "Oh what shall I wear???" saga next ;0)

7 comments:

Beth said...

Oh wow! That bracelet - Gearranan - is uber beautiful, is it for sale?

Gemheaven said...

HI Beth

Yes Gearranan is for sale - she's going on my website tomorrow - if you are interested drop me an email

Thanks
Jo

BetteJo said...

Love those beads - and what you did with them!

I hope we get the story after the disco, I'm betting it will be pretty close to what you said. :)

Gemheaven said...

Well she's only six so I'll get all the gossip :) BetteJo don't you worry lol

Miss Moon said...

Wow that's beautiful Jo - I love the beads the colour everything!

Liz x

Jewellery Craft said...

Arh, first disco, do you remember your first disco? Sadly, I remember mine, just...........

As always, I love the bracelet, with or without Vodka!

Mandie xxx

Melissa said...

Those beads make me drool. :D