Boneyard Bobs' Profile

About

We were married in 1996 in Mason City, Iowa, and moved to Arizona in 1999. We have grown to tolerate the summer heat in the valley, as well as appreciate the beauty that this state has to offer, from the forests in the North, to the deserts in the South (yes, there is beauty in the desert).
Joni is the artist, and recently discovered a love for working with glass and making beads, pendants, and "danglies." After much prompting, she was convinced that she should sell her creations for others to enjoy.
Tim works in customer service, during the day. He enjoys fishing, golf, hunting, and target shooting during his free time. It took some doing, but he was finally convinced to assist with selling items on Etsy.
The term Boneyard comes from our love for the game of Dominoes, in which the draw pile is referred to as the boneyard. The title is not posessive; it is actually plural, as we…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 16
  • Joined October 2, 2011

Favorite materials

glass, copper, wood, 550 paracord, metal

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About

We were married in 1996 in Mason City, Iowa, and moved to Arizona in 1999. We have grown to tolerate the summer heat in the valley, as well as appreciate the beauty that this state has to offer, from the forests in the North, to the deserts in the South (yes, there is beauty in the desert).
Joni is the artist, and recently discovered a love for working with glass and making beads, pendants, and "danglies." After much prompting, she was convinced that she should sell her creations for others to enjoy.
Tim works in customer service, during the day. He enjoys fishing, golf, hunting, and target shooting during his free time. It took some doing, but he was finally convinced to assist with selling items on Etsy.
The term Boneyard comes from our love for the game of Dominoes, in which the draw pile is referred to as the boneyard. The title is not posessive; it is actually plural, as we often call each other "Bob." The true reason for this has yet to be determined.
Please enjoy your visit to our small shop. If you find something you like, please do not hesitate to purchase, as each item is one-of-a-kind! Please leave feedback for each purchase, and we will do the same for you.
Thanks.
Tim and Joni
"The Boneyard Bobs"

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