New Here: Hello everyone

Hello my name is Alex.
My Wife Jocelyn & I have been making beads for almost one year now and
its our full time Job,
We have three children two boys and a girl 6, 4 and 2
I have been reading this newsgroup for a couple of days now and I'm very
interested in the jewelry designs and styles you guys are creating, Jocelyn
(wifie) makes Jewelry for personal use only, We concentrate mainly on
lampworking .
If you would like to see what we are doing come visit us
We even have a Webcam so you can watch us make beads
Questions and comments are welcome
Website:
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Ebay:
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alex
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Hey guys! Nice to see you here!
You know, you can watch them work at the torch, too! Go to:
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On Mon, 16 Feb 2004 07:24:47 GMT, "alex" wrote:
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Hi all! (Jocelyn here) Thanks for the welcome!! Hi Kandice :) I remember you too. You helped me understand how to place scroll work and tried to help me with raised flowers. I'm still working on that one! I look forward to being a part of this group!! Jocelyn
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Jaychantell
Hi Alex,
Just yesterday I was fondling one of your beads. Deep, deep red with orange scrolls.
Say, How did Jocelyn and Alex end up as JayChantell?
Tina
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Christina Peterson
LOL, Jocelyn Chantell Pappadakis : J Chantell, Who could remember pappadakis or spell it?
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alex
Welcome Alex & Jocelyn! Nice website. I've caught one of you working at the torch...the webcam is a great feature! I don't make beads but use them to string jewelry. My preference is going towards clear "happy" colors...I'm sick of winter and need these colors to lift my spirits. Keep up the great work!
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Beth IA
Welcome! Your work is already well-known and well-loved around here. I can't believe you've only been at it for a YEAR!
-Kalera

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Kalera Stratton
Actually a little less than a year, but we have been making beads almost every day since we bought our first torch. before Lampworking I was a Automotive Tech. at a Ford Dealership and spent 16 years working on Fords. Jocelyn (my wife) talked me into bead making and I fell in love with it, I left my job in Aug. so I can make beads full time and never looked back
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alex
Even more impressive, sheesh. I think it's awesome that you've devoted yourself to it; there's hardly any greater blessing than being able to make a living doing something you love.
-Kalera

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