Sunday, December 24, 2006

Thanks for a great year

I'll be closing up shop for the next week to spend time with family and friends, organize the studio and work on bookeeping. This has been a big year for k. talis thanks to all of you. The website went up, then the blog , then the shop. Somehow you found me in my little studio in North Carolina. Thanks for supporting me and my jewelry. I hope you have a great holiday and get to spend time with your friends and family this week. I'll be back in 2007 with a few new tricks. Cheers.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Thanks to inhabitat for including k. talis in their green jewelry guide on Sunday.

My furious elf-like jewelry making has come to a low boil for the rest of the year. Now I am wrapping, baking, sipping and loving my Fraser Fir. It reminds me of driving around Western North Carolina where sometimes all you can see are rolling hills and mountains dotted with thousands of trees just waiting for Christmas. Now I just have to decorate it.

While shopping for others I'm lusting after these:

prints from Marci Washington
blouse from Eley Kishimoto
Mendiants from
welcome mat from Lizzie Ridout
I'm Smitten
prints- all of them
my new leaf necklace which I'm not sure I can sell now that I have worn it for a week straight

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

oh joy!

Joy of oh joy just posted a little post about k. talis jewelry. Welcome to everyone checking out the blog for the first time. I love Joy's blog so I am tickled to me mentioned. For more info on k. talis you can check out my website or my shop. I just had a holiday trunk show but everything that is still available will be added to the shop in the next day or two. I just made a few more signature necklaces for the holidays. Thanks for looking and stay warm.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Friday, December 08, 2006

I lied. I do have photos. The lovely Lindsey of Lindsey Marla Photography dropped off some images yesterday. These three pieces are all one of kind so scoop them up on Sunday.

This week has been a little insane. My studio and apartment look as though a jewelry tornado flew in. I have been getting all my ducks in a row and making a few new pieces for my holiday trunk show on Sunday at Vin. My camera has officially died so no preview'll just have to stop by.

Looking for holiday baking recipes I came across the Cupcake Bake Shop. Lovely cupcake recipes and mouthwatering photos. Off to get a scone. Have a great weekend everyone. Hope to see you on Sunday.

Friday, December 01, 2006

Last minute update

This Sunday I will be participating in a Raleigh Christmas tradition: The Boylan Heights Art Walk. Their website has a list of artists as well as a printable map for wandering. Over 100 artists display and sell their work from porches, homes and studios. This is a wonderful opportunity to stroll through an historic neighborhood and shop for special gifts for the holidays. From 1 to 5 pm I will set up outside Rebus Works on Kinsey Street (its almost under the bridge) selling work from my collection. I just made a new batch of Morrison earrings that are the perfect holiday gift. They are $26 for small and $48 for the large. Don't forget to check out the Penland exhibit as Rebus. Penland definatley influenced my work and the postcard for the show is pretty fabulous.

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