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FuZion Finds Gift Guide - Daily Picks

By Handmade FuZion on 6:04 AM

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Just in time for the holidays!!! We wouldn't be doing our talented artisans any justice if we didn't have some of their fabulous items posted on our blog. There is no rhyme or reason to our selections... they are purely random and we hope you will enjoy.

Lets get right to it:

Rutilated Quartz in a Golden Dream - I bought this fantastic big piece of Rutilated Quartz. If you are not familiar with this quartz, It is generally clear with these beautiful golden hair-like strands that run through it. You can see them in the pictures. They are pretty subtle when worn. I made this pendant using 14k goldfilled 20g wire and 28g wire. I used a technique I learned from Eni Oken, which is called a Woven Bezel. It has yards of wire that I wrapped by hand (which you can see in the Backside photo) and then I made the bezel which is kind of like a netting that holds in the Quartz. I've done all of this with my hands, some pliers and wire cutters. It is quite sturdy and made to last for generations....

Splendid Brag Book - This book is made with a chipboard album. The pages all coordinate- fun papers that are striped, polka-dotted, and flowered! There are a few places to write something if you would like. Otherwise, they are ready to add photos! There are 12 pages...so that means 24 total, because both sides are pre finished. The album measures 6" by 4."

Nutty Chocolate Bark - Halloween - Christmas- Multiple Flavors - Peanuts, or the nut of your choice, are mixed into rich Milk Chocolate, and then layered with White (dyed Orange here) Chocolate. This listing is for 1 pound of our nutty Bark! You may choose from the list below, or custom create one of your own.*Peanut Bark (1st picture- dyed White Chocolate used- please specify if you want a different color!)*Rocky Road *Peanut Butter Cream (Milk and White chocolate, Peanut butter- like a Reeses PB cup, but BETTER!)*Nutty Chile Chocolate Bark (you pick the nuts)

1 comments for this post

Thanks for the feature! I appreciate it!

Posted on November 11, 2008 at 12:08 PM