Friday, July 1, 2011

The last 5 places I hobby shopped.

I’m not a normal girl. I don’t like shopping. Not for clothes, not for shoes, not for sales. I don’t want to hang around a store for forever touching things, talking about the things I may or may not buy. All that looking and touching and blah-blah-blahing and spending five hours at the Roosevelt Field Mall dashing hither and yon without buying a damn thing-ing is not for me.

Except when it’s on line. I can on line shop for hours and hours, especially if it's for jewelry stuff. Gemstones are dazzling, metal melts my heart and finding findings fulfills me. So here, in case any one was wondering, are the last five places I shopped on line for jewelry supplies.



Mountain Fire Gems
The go-to, fall-back, first stop and re-visit just in case place.


Wire-Sculpture
A great place to get that hard to find wire your kids have been begging for this Christmas.


Rings 'n Things
Come here to get rings. . . and things.


Buddist Mala
I was fulfilling a request for a Mala bracelet. Finding guru beads isn't easy.



Fusion Beads
Think of a finding you want then go to Fusion Beads. If they don't have it, find a way to fabricate it yourself.


Lastly, a shout out to the meatworld fleshy store Ace Handicraft located here in lovely West Hempstead, Long Island (West Hempstead's motto: far enough away from Hempstead to avoid their cooties). Don't you dare say anything about their website as I'm sure it was handi-crafted by one of the lovely and talented staff.




If you'd like to see what I do with the crap I buy, come visit my Etsy shop.

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