Monday, December 13, 2010

Hot, Sexy, Men!


Naaaaa....Shameless, Self Promotion!



oh, I’m bad...





but I think you get my sense of humor...





I still have a few of these available...






so check out the Boutique...cause these
are the last days and I’m closing the shop...




and moving on to new and better things.

well that’s the plan anyhow..


 So get gifts from the (Beatn)heart...



Or shop from your favorite Etsy dealers...






Many are on my sidebar...

support these talented shop keepers/ artists 
and buy your gifts from us little guys.



Peace, Love and Prosperity to Us All..


Warm Wishes,   Cynthia

20 comments:

Kath said...

How exciting Cynthia, I can't wait to see what you do next....does it involve Hot sexy men by any chance?...

Trix said...

These are beautiful! I hope the future holds great things for you. Thank you so much for your sweet words about my dog. xoxo

jeanette from everton terrace said...

You funny girl. I'm dying to know what your next venture is going to be!!

Chris said...

hahaha! You knew that "Hot Sexy Men" would reel us in! These pieces are lovely AND best wishes on whatever new venture you're planning....it's gonna be fun...:-)

Fire Byrd said...

Oh you know us so well!
Despite the absence of the HSM your wonderful jewellary is always worth looking at.
xx

Davinia said...

Well that title really hooked me in. Your pieces are beautiful, especially the first one, the pendant is gorgeous. Wishing you much luck with your new venture and hope you share the details with us soon.

La Dolce Vita said...

nice work and the title was nice too!

Just Be Real said...

Ahhhh you are bad alright. :)

Very nice work. Blessings.

koralee said...

Your work is always so lovely my friend. Hugs for a joyful week.

LauraX said...

beautiful pieces Cynthia!

Riki Schumacher said...

Ah sometimes we need to just throw it out there, huh? Ha ha. Love your pieces, you are having some fun. Beautiful work Cynthia. Thanks for swinging by, the boxes are a blast, but oh, so time consuming. Happy holidays sweet one, Riki

Rosemary said...

Very pretty!!
Love the heart with the crown.
xo,
Rosemary

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Hi Cynthia!
I got your message on my Rednesday post re the Renegade Fair. So nice to hear from you, I keep meaning to ask you if you're at the Long Beach Outdoor Antique Market every month? I think we're going to go there very early this Sunday.
Re the craft fair - it's worth it to me, there's one vendor I especially like (& usually several more) and it's free. :) There was another one downtown this weekend too, the name of it's escaping my old brain right now??? From the ads it seemed like it was mostly food related but with some crafts too. Were you thinking of being a vendor at the Renegade Fair? There's quite a few people attending but I don't know if there were a lot of sales made? (I didn't see a lot of people carrying bags or sales transactions.) Let me know if you have any other questions and also about Long Beach - the hubs and I will try and come by and say hello.
Happy week to you!
Sally

1 Funky Woman said...

Dam, I would have loved some eye candy this morning, lol! Beautiful jewelry, I love the heart with the crown.

Thanks for stopping over to the pigsty! Perfect I will never be and I'm cool with that!

Megan

Joanna Jenkins said...

Everything is so beautiful. I'm LOVING my heart and crown necklace :-)
Merry Christmas, jj

madtexter (corey james) said...

Hey, girl. There's nothing wrong with shameless self-promotion (unless you're Barbara Walters - that woman NEVER stops).

The jewelry is beautiful, but alas, I've finished all my Christmas shopping. Do you have any mens bracelets? You know, because after shopping for everyone else, I must spoil myself too!

Beatnheart said...

Hey Corey I don’t do men’s braclet but check out Urbandon (right there in my sidebar) He has some really fab men’s braclets..

Rebecca said...

Hi
Sooo many beautiful creations, they are all wonderful. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas
Blessings
Rebecca

Pretty Things said...

The first one is my particular favorite.

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

About the French stencil, I can't help ya there, a friend gave it to me, but the joint compound holds up really well when you layer on the coats of paint. I always paint with flat paint, I think it looks much better, more rustic, however, you can put a waterbase poly over it for a sheen and a longer life, but I prefer the old plaster look. Sometimes I put a brown paint water wash over it to give the look of antiquity...have fun and thanks for stopping by, your jewelry is wonderful!!!

Have any questions feel free to stop by my other blog http://thefabricofsweetrepose.blogspot.com

sharon

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