WonderDogArts

Pour painting jewelry, with a humorous twist.

21 Sales

WonderDogArts

Pour painting jewelry, with a humorous twist.

21 Sales On Etsy since 2018

5 out of 5 stars (1)

Announcement   If you're looking for more bookmarks, be sure to visit Sylvan Starlight Gallery in Pittsford, NY. Sylvia has a wonderful selection of art, pottery, and jewelry - and a nice selection of my metal bookmarks!

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Last updated on Mar 2, 2019

If you're looking for more bookmarks, be sure to visit Sylvan Starlight Gallery in Pittsford, NY. Sylvia has a wonderful selection of art, pottery, and jewelry - and a nice selection of my metal bookmarks!

Joanne

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Here are some tips on the proper care and feeding of your wearable art:

* Be nice to your new friend. Don't get it wet. If you've seen the movie "Gremlins", you know what can happen. Also, it will ruin the artwork.

* If you need to clean the pendant, just use a soft cloth. Harsh chemicals like alcohol, jewelry cleaner, or acetone will ruin the seal and destroy the art underneath, and may remove the finish on the pendant. And nobody likes a naked pendant.

* Say nice things to your new wearable art, like "You look amazing" and "I'm so glad you're part of my life." It also helps to say things like this to the humans in your life once in a while.

Other FAQs:

Q: Can you customize a piece for me?

A: No. I've spent years in therapy addressing my desperate need to cater to the needs of other people and I'm finally making progress. (Please don't hate me.)

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Q: Has this piece of wearable art been licked by a dog or cat?

A: Probably. A lot of things happen in this house when my back is turned.

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Q: What if I follow all of your directions and something goes wrong, like, my skin turns green?

A: I'm sorry to have to be the one to break this news to you, but if your skin turns green after wearing one of my pieces then you are, in fact, part alien. It's the litmus test, and you failed. Or passed, depending on where you are in your genealogy research. (Ta da! Great grandpa really was from Mars after all! Go update your Ancestry tree!)

Seriously, if that happens in the first week or so of wearing it, let me know. It may just be one of the metals reacting with your (alien) skin. There are a few things we can do, none of them involving the FBI's X-Files unit.

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Q: What exactly do you do all day?
A: You're looking at it, kid.

If you have any more questions about me, my writing, the animals, or why Santa doesn't come to your house any more, visit me at www.joannebrokaw.com.

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  • Joanne Brokaw

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    Joanne Brokaw is an award winning freelance writer, blogger, and humor columnist who stumbled upon pour painting and jewelry making, and found it was a great way to avoid finishing her current book-in-progress. Visit her online at joannebrokaw.com.

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