Sandy Garrett's Profile

About

I was always the one that would say "I can make that" or "That would be easy to make". I started when I saw a badge lanyard at work that was made out of cloth and I thought how dull that looked so I went to the craft store and bought some beads and some mono-filament line and made my own. A woman at work saw the lanyard and wanted one and that is how I started beading and crafting. I love to paint and I recycle items to give them a new purpose. I am still learning and I am nowhere near as experienced as others but I have an interesting view and see beauty in everything.

I am married with two grown children. I have a herd of chihuahuas and I am a sucker for animals, birds, reptiles and sad faces. We have a home in Texas City, TX and we live about 1500 feet from Galveston Bay.

  • Female
  • Born on November 6
  • Joined June 14, 2009

Favorite materials

Glass, rocks, driftwood, shells, sand, polymer and resin clay, acrylic and enamel paints, wire, recycled bottles, hemp, beads, Swarovski elements

About

I was always the one that would say "I can make that" or "That would be easy to make". I started when I saw a badge lanyard at work that was made out of cloth and I thought how dull that looked so I went to the craft store and bought some beads and some mono-filament line and made my own. A woman at work saw the lanyard and wanted one and that is how I started beading and crafting. I love to paint and I recycle items to give them a new purpose. I am still learning and I am nowhere near as experienced as others but I have an interesting view and see beauty in everything.

I am married with two grown children. I have a herd of chihuahuas and I am a sucker for animals, birds, reptiles and sad faces. We have a home in Texas City, TX and we live about 1500 feet from Galveston Bay.

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