The designer program was really easy to use. You can try all sorts of options and changes and then save ones that you like. The possibilities are quite fun...you could put a picture of your cat on your shoes! Or a child's drawing, kids would love that. Or chocolates, or sushi, or penny candy, or your own tattoos!
These "prototypes" I put some pictures of my Satake beads on. I'd love to do a pair for realsies with my Dia de Los Muertos beads. I'll need to make a big batch and get decent pictures. I'll let you know how they turn out!
Tuesdays auction sale was quite fabulous. It was the balance of the estate from which last week's buttons came. The van was FULL. I got two boxes of old jewelry, including the prettiest old (c.1910) Czech bracelet I've ever had and an exquisite Spahiret glass pin, some hats c.1900-1920, a charming, mint condition boudoir doll (nekkid, unfortunately), a doll parasol, doll fan and doll gloves, all c.1900, a (possibly Steiff) mohair dog puppet.