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Sunday, November 14, 2010

What the Heck is a Z Box?

Hi there Blogland. Sorry I've been missing in action for a while. All I can say is that sometimes life gets in the way of blogging (and beading). Anyhow, it's all been good. Happy to say that I have been busy finding a better job. More money, more advancement, etc. Just a little further to travel and longer hours. Also been busy with family stuff and connecting with an old friend, who I just happened to turn into a beader. O.k., so now that we're more or less caught up I can answer the question in this post's title.
Q:   What the heck is a Z Box?
A:    A Z box is a sampler of great items from many different Zibbet shops. We are talking variety here. These boxes are on sale at Zibbet and contain samples of items from a great pool of  artistic and crafty talent.
So not to leave you pictureless, here is a sample of my contribution. I have made 15 pairs of earrings. One pair will go into one each of 15 different sample boxes.
You can learn more about the Z boxes here http://www.facebook.com/#!/samplezbox . If you would like to purchase a Z box, you can purchase one here target="_blank" http://www.zibbet.com/SampleZBox . O.k, so that is the most recent project I have been working on. Now we are all caught up. So hopefully, I can  get back to my beadweaving which I haven't had much time for lately. Like I said earlier, sometimes life just gets in the way. Looking forward to showing you new goodies soon, so as usual, I hope you'll stay tuned for more.

TTYL and make it a good night,
Debbie

2 comments:

Lisa Criswell / Indigo's Beads said...

i love all your earrings, debbie! and i especially like your very technically advanced backdrop for holding them. hehehe. i didn't notice anything til i saw the very bottom of the plate. good thinking on your part! :)

Sandra's Fiberworks said...

Thanks, Debbie, for reading my stories! Glad you're following and I'm following you back -- I know nothing about beading, though I do add some beads to my rope jewelry, but look forward to learning from you.