I’ve been busy over at Museiddity! The new site focuses on arts, crafts, and creativity. With the holiday season approaching, I wanted to make sure we had some momentum going.  Highlights from the first few months include an interview with Arizona glass bead artist Haley Smith, a burlap wreath tutorial, and The Bead Hoarders Blog Hop which was organized by Lori Anderson at Pretty Things.

Serengeti Necklace by rlcFor the hop I created this Serengeti Necklace; the pendant consists of an elephant bead wired to a piece of bark from the Paulownia tree, also known as the Empress Tree. I enjoy crafting with unusual and reusable objects; this is a theme we will be revisiting at Museiddity in the months to come.

With the other site up and running, I feel I can relax back into a routine and resume my postings here. Thank you for sticking around! As a treat, please enjoy this photo taken by Penkdix Palme.


St. Paddy's Jewelry Board 2013 by rcHappy St. Paddy’s Day!

I love “green”–plants, money, eco-friendly stuff, …limeade,… I was in the middle of creating some green-for-the-wearin’ to give away at a local function and decided to take advantage of the opportunity to announce a new website I’ve been planning. That, of course, meant I had to create the website…

Museiddity: Celebrating the Creative Spirit (museiddity.com). The actual website is still under creation but in the meantime I’ve set up a blog site for updates and announcements. As a Ponderance reader, I wanted you to be the first to know about this new community.

At Museiddity we will explore all things creative through interviews with artists, authors, crafters, musicians, and innovators. There will be craft projects, inspirational essays, guest posts, and much more! I’m hoping to have a BIG launch party when we’re all ready and I’d love for you to join us. I’ll be posting updates on A Ponderance of Things, but if you would like to get the inside scoop on things and an official launch party invitation please visit Museiddity and sign up for the mailing list.