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February Component of the Month REVEAL!

February 28, 2013 , In: General
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Woo-hoo! Today, it’s time for the Component of the Month reveal for February – and I cannot tell you how much I have been looking forward to this! This past month, I provided one of these enameled and fine silver-accented discs to each of my fellow Art Jewelry Elements contributors and to five of our readers chosen at random.

And now we get to see what everyone has done with them. I’m a little nervous and a lot excited – I’ve only ever provided my components to other jewelers once before, and have never had a chance to see what was done with them, so while the Component of the Month reveals are always a lot of fun, this one feels like a big deal to me.

So without further ado, please take a moment to “hop” on over to these participating blogs and see the final results!

Participating AJE Contributors

Jenny Davies-Reazor – http://www.jdaviesreazor.com/blog
Susan Kennedy – www.suebeads.blogspot.com
Linda Landig – www.LindasBeadBlog.com
Francesca Watson – http://www.francescawatson.com
Guest Designers

Sandi Volpe – http://sandivolpe.com

Francesca Watson

Francesca Watson got bit by the jewelry-making bug in 2008, when she and a few girlfriends took a simple stringing class at a local bead shop. Now, she is co-owner of The Makery, a working and teaching studio and gallery in the Texas Hill Country outside San Antonio where Francesca creates and teaches metals, wire and enameling full time, and indulges an emerging interest in mixed media. She and her husband Nick have been married since 1989 and have one grown daughter.
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    Even though my month ended up being very challenging, I had so much fun working with Francesca's great enameled disc. Thanks so much for picking me and allowing me to play along.

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    Why do so many of these links so to a Facebook page stating to "please be careful"? Very disappointed.

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      Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Apparently there was some kind of funky code that in most browsers did a redirect through facebook, but still took people to the correct destination. I am not sure why it didn't do the same thing for you, but because it didn't we were able to get rid of the wayward code and it should work great for you now. Please try again.

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