08 Oct 2012
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05 Oct 2012
27 Sep 2012
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Jewels Under the Sun and Trinkets Too (JUSTT) is going to Bikes, Blues and BBQ, the motorcycle rally in Fayetteville, AR. and we’re going as visitors, not vendors! The family just wants to have some fun!!
We’re located right here in Fayetteville Arkansas where every year since 2000 they’ve held one of the largest motorcycle rallies in the United States. Most of the profits raised by the event are donated to charities, but this is a great time for vendors to get out there and sell their wares. If you check out their website at http://www.bikesbluesandbbq.org/about/event-history/, you’ll see that there was an estimated 400,000 people here last year for the rally!
This is always a family oriented function and there is fun to be had by all! We plan on going early in the daytime so that we can also stop in at the bead store, Dark Star Visuals. Lots of shopping to be done and a lot of things to see.
I just love all the excitement on famous Dickson St. during the bikers rally! It’s like a Poker run all day long, every day for the whole week! At night, a lot of people dress in costumes and it looks like Mardi gras. Some of the costumes are just awesome and outrageous!
We’ll take our camera and post some pics for you when we get back!
I’M BACK! WE DIDN’T MAKE IT TO DARK STAR VISUALS BEAD STORE. I GUESS THAT’S A VISIT FOR ANOTHER DAY, BUT WE MADE SOME NEW FRIENDS AND HAD A GREAT TIME AT THE BIKERS RALLY! HERE ARE JUST A FEW OF THE PICTURES THAT WE HAVE TO SHARE WITH YOU! HOPE THAT YOU ENJOY THEM!
PS Don’t forget to check out our shop at http://www.etsy.com/shop/JewelsUndertheSun
ES SO THAT WE CAN SHARE OUR DAY WITH YOU!
24 Sep 2012
24 Sep 2012
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NW Arkansas is well known for Arts and Craft shows, and if you didn’t know it before, now you do. Here in the Ozark mountains you will find many skilled artists and craftsman. Many of the traditional crafts are still carried on here today, like basket making and quilting, but Fayetteville is known as Funky town so we fit right in! Most of our jewelry isn’t traditional, we like to put a spin on things and try to be really creative and unique (or funky, lol). We set-up our first booth at the Fayetteville First Thursday Art walk in August and have already been Exhibitors at several more shows since then. In the spring and fall, there is no shortage of Craft Fairs here in the Ozarks!
Oct. 18th, 19th, and 20th, we’ll be at the Centerton, AR Craft Fair. War Eagle Mills is the big Arts and Craft Fair here in NW Arkansas in both the Spring and Fall. It will be running at the same time we’ll be in Centerton, except on Sunday, the 21st. We’re hoping that everyone will wander on over from War Eagle. We heard that there should be around 250,000 people coming into the area for all the shows! That’s a lot of people looking for hand crafted items! Maybe some of them will be looking for, unique, one of a kind, and funky!
If your a very artistic, crafty, creative, or even musically inclined individual, maybe you should be calling the Ozark mountains your new home! Especially Fayetteville, AR! Home of Jewels Under the Sun and Trinkets Too (JUSTT).
Come on out to see us in Centerton in October! We’ve got a lot of beautiful one of kind jewelry, wooden plaques, and shelf-sitters made. If you can’t find just what your looking for, we do accept custom orders and will work with you until we’ve made it just to your specifications. If we can’t make it, we’ll let you know right up front.
16 Aug 2012
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Hi everybody! We finally finished (almost) the Jewelry Tree Displays!!! Sorry it took so long, but here we are trying to finish them up. We used them at our first craft show, Fayetteville First Thursday and they worked out very well! Check out the pictures to follow us all the way through to our (almost) finished displays.
Well, tomorrow’s another day (but we probably won’t get back to these until next week sometime)!
Thanks for checking out our blog and sticking with us through this (unnecessarily) LONG project!
Check out our next blog to see them finally completed (for real!)
21 Jun 2012
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Well, we’ve started working on our jewelry displays. Being the creative people that we are, we decided that it would be much more fun and interesting if we made them ourselves instead of buying something manufactured from a store. After a month and a half we’re about halfway finished with them (maybe store bought has it’s advantages).
Hanging jewelry from tree branches does seem to make a very nice display, so that is the theme that we decided to go with, and living here in Arkansas we had no problem finding material to work with. Besides the branches, all we needed were some type of containers, mortar, coloring, and some gems to give it a little pizzazz!
So far, here’s how it has progressed:
PLEASE CLICK ON THE PICTURE BELOW TO SEE MORE!
Okay, it’s gotten a little better and I think we’re going to be able to salvage these displays. Yippee! It’s not going to be a failure after all! I may be able to move this blog over to the Artistic Successes category. It may take another month and a half, but I’ll get back to you all! Have a great summer!!!
28 May 2012
As most of you know Jewels Under the Sun and Trinkets Too specializes in handcrafted jewelry, wood works and misc. craft items. I had planned on crafting real flower jewelry preserved in resin and my sister-in-law had this beautiful yellow rose bush in her front yard. Since we both make items for the business she was going to let me use all of them, but she made the mistake of telling SOMEONE what I had planned to do with the roses when they were completely bloomed. Well, within just a couple of days SOMEONE cut every single rose bloom off the bush! They didn’t take any part of the stems. They snipped them right below the blooms, so it was obvious that they weren’t taking them to put in a vase and enjoy for their beauty! The person that did this is very immature and obviously mentally unstable. How sad that some people are so petty and hateful that they would just waste such beauty. Someone sent the following to me on Facebook and I try to keep it in mind. Do not let the behavior of others destroy your inner peace. (author unknown)