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I have not been able to keep up with all the Dragon*Con posts, but I went back and caught up just now, finally. Life keeps moving on whether I'm with it or not, so I'm going to try to put down a quick... something and move on with it. I don't think I have a full recap in me, but I'll try to say something about it.

My first Dragon*Con was epically EPIC! I had more fun than should be legally possible without copious amounts of drugs or alcohol involved (neither of which were, I averaged 1.5 beers per day and less caffeine than I've been drinking regularly at home lately, so there!). I met a ton of fabulous people! *waves at new LJ/Twitter/Facebook friends* I saw a ton of amazing costumes and the four that I wore were well received. I feel some validation after not really having a venue at which to utilize my costuming hobby before.

I will definitely be going back in 2012. Wish I could do it next year, but with ALEP so close on its heels, I just don't think I can swing two big events in one month like that. I'm already making new costuming plans (and planning upgrades to existing ones) and I jump into non-costume projects with new vigor and inspiration after being energized in Atlanta last weekend. Also, I'm dragging Chris with me next time.

I absolutely failed at taking pics all weekend. My phone sucks in low light and my big camera is just too big to carry around while in costume. I will be borrowing or buying a smaller one in the future. Instead, I'm scavenging pics from everyone else.

High points, in no particular order:
* Meeting everyone, the ones I've known online for years (5-6 years in some cases) as well as those I just met for the first time.
* Late night silliness.
* DROID!!!!
* DC Universe Photoshoot (even though I left early because I couldn't bare to pose any longer. So what did I do? Wandered around the lobby levels of the Marriott and Hyatt where I did what? Pose for random strangers. *facepalm*).
* The Parade, well worth getting up early on a Saturday to participate!
* The Gaga Glee Masquerade group! Seriously, the ladies involved in this group did an amazing thing even if I'm not into Lady Gaga or Glee. You HAVE to recognize the hard work and dedication that went into this, even if it's not your thing.
* The Vader Party 'Vator.
* Elven singing at An Evening in Bree.
* Meeting Billy West (Fry, Zoidberg, Farnsworth, Ren & Stimpy, etc.), John DiMaggio (Bender) & Phil LaMarr (Hermes Conrad) while wearing brain slugs with Maggie.

Pics of me in my costumes. )
mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
Can't slow down for a proper post, but Batgirl progress can be seen here in reverse chronological order. Back to the sweat shop!
mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
I'm hammering away at my lists and rockin' the socks off this thing right now, all on just 4 hours of sleep last night. I'm just now slowing down for a bit to enjoy one of the most beautiful nights we've had in a long time. Chilly even!

I feel like I've been moving so fast my vision is blurred. I shoot pics as I get to a point of interest. But my lists are so long, it's likely I won't slow down to post them until after D*C.

Today, I went out shopping for all the last bits & pieces I think I need. I scored mirror finsh sunglasses for $1. I popped the lenses out to install in the eye holes of my cowl. One is drying as I type this.

I snagged a pair of shoes with soles close enough to what I wanted, but not too heavy and close enough in size to construct the shoes into the suit. Those were $3 at Goodwill. The gel insoles I got were more than 3 times that much! I had to take a coping saw to them to get the soles off and made a huge mess, but they're in pieces & ready to be glued once I'm ready for them. Italians make some really well made shoes, let me tell you. These were probably really nice at one time but the suede on them was dryrotted in spots. They were really hard to pull apart, though.

Let's see, what else? I've been gluing stuff like crazy. My spikes are on my gauntlets and need 1-2 more coats of 3-d fabric paint before I start sealing the whole thing to prep for paint. I'm using the paint kind of like caulk to seal up the creases where the foam is joined. It's probably not going to look seamless, but it might wind up looking like welding which is kind of cool.

I've backed all my armor pieces in black cotton gauze fabric as per penwiper's foam armor instructions. The only thing I'm doing differently is using either spray paint or acrylic/latex paint for the finish. I know it won't be as durable, but I don't have time for the Rub-n-buff steps.

My pauldrons are still waiting for backing because I didn't figure out how I was going to join them until I was settling into bed at 4am this morning (yes really). The glue is also currently drying on those, then I can proceed with backing them and sealing everything to get them all ready for paint.

I've also got a stencil ready for the bat emblem on the catsuit. Need to make one for the belt.

I think that's pretty much everything for now. Tomorrow will be a day spent at the sewing machine getting as many of the sewing related things crossed off my list as possible (hopefully all of them).

Need to try on & inspect all my other costumes as well.

8 days! I can do this!

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mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
I got my cowl in today, which is freakin' awesome (both that it shipped so amazingly fast & the cowl itself is pretty awesome). I'll take pics tomorrow before and after I slice it up. I'm so glad I bought this thing. Jonah thinks it's pretty cool, too. He wanted me to wear it longer but it's hard to breathe in until I cut off the piece under the nose. Also, it had been baking in the mailbox for a few hours.

I've gotten all of my armor pieces cut out of the foam. Next, I have to shape and glue them as needed and add the snaps.

I dusted off some archaic geometry knowledge to create a pyramid pattern that will work for the spikes on the gauntlets. Have I mentioned they're my favorite part?

I've also started working on the cloth portions of the belt. I plan to hide a couple of pockets in the back of it just big enough for my phone and a little money/card pouch.

I have not started altering the catsuit, but I washed it hoping to get rid of some extra dye that was coming off on my hands and to see if it might shrink a bit. It seems like it has, but still needs to be taken in a bit. It is my hope to wrap up this weekend with mostly just the catsuit stuff left to do. But it is a weekend & mine are typically worthless as far as these things go. We'll see I guess.

12 days!

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mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
As amended to today's earlier post, I ordered a Batman cowl. It's latex, comes all the way to the shoulders and looks pretty decent in the pics. However, it's made by Rubies and that name always makes me cringe just a little bit. However, however, it's gotten really great reviews by people who claim to be huge Batman fans and it is part of their deluxe/collector's line which tends to look a little better. It's not exactly right, but it'll work well enough and no one is going to notice the discrepancies except me. It blew more than half of my remaining budget, but I feel it's worth it. Seeing how many lines I crossed off my to-do list today just from making this purchase... yeah, it's worth it. One of those time/money/accurate things.

Other than that, I got the rest of my armor pieces patterned out. The gauntlets are my favorite part. :) I'm almost done patterning the belt pieces. I have high hopes for tomorrow. I'm turning off the wireless on my laptop and the ringers on the phones as soon as I get back from dropping Jonah off at school. If anyone wants to reach me, it'll have to wait until after 3pm.

Pics of the finished cape. )
mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
Yesterday was Jonah's first day back at school. He goes two days per week, but we're going to get put on a waiting list for a third (hoping it will help with the last bit of potty training). It was so hard to pull myself out of the reverie in quietude that I didn't really get working until lunch time.

Even still, I managed to finish the cape completely and got the helmet 75% glued together. I also made a list of everything I have left to do. It's a lot when itemized, but I'm still confident and determined. I've got pics of the cape and the progress on the helmet, but I'm not taking time out to post those just yet. Maybe tonight.

Another small victory: the catsuit just arrived. It's perfect! Except it's actually a little too big. Better than being too small, I guess. I ordered the size based on my height, which I guess was good, because the torso is still a tiny bit short and gaps where it stretches over the arch in my back and the space between my ribcage and bust.

I tried it on along with my extra boobs, which are a definite must. I wasn't sure until I tried on the suit without them and the vertical stretch in the torso swallowed my breasts. That just won't do. Not for busty Elseworld Batgirl!

I'm thinking of putting some darts in the back to make it curve more naturally. If I don't get around to that, no biggie. The cape will cover the back most of the time anyway.

There's a lot of extra length in the limbs though and it has a tendency to sag a bit in the arms and legs. The shoulder seems want to creep down my biceps. But these are all minor issues really and I can deal and make alterations later, as I think this one is going to stick around in my active inventory for a little while.

I need to wash it though, because it turned my fingernails a bit black just in trying it on for a bit. It's kind of weird to have a full coverage suit. It's kind of like stepping into a second skin. It'll be better once I cut a face hole.

One hiccup that I think is still fixable: I tried on my helmet and it's not going to work. I still have one seam left to close (the center front) and I don't think I can close it as it stands and still have it fit on my head. It's fine when I get it into place, but getting it onto my head is the problem. I curved the back at the base of the skull inward too much. I think I can pull it apart in the back, glue up the front and then try to re-glue the back to leave it a bit more open so that the angle kind of drops straight down from the back of the head. Sucks because it's backtracking (undoing some of the work I did yesterday), but the whole thing is useless if I can't put it on, so, I'll do what needs to be done. Also sucks because I used E6000 to glue it together and it's really holding well. It guess that's good, but not in this situation.

Well, back to it...

ETA: As I began trying to pull apart the foam and glue and seeing what it was doing to itself (not pretty), I decided to look online and see what I could find in the way of Batman cowls commercially available. Rubies makes a decent looking and decently rated deluxe latex version and for less than $30 shipped, it's worth it to me to set this aside, buy that one and potentially be able to modify it to my needs rather than mess with this thing anymore.

Ah, I feel better already. Estimated delivery 24th-27th. Plenty of time to do what I'll need to do to it (namely cut off everything below the nose and add silver lenses to the eye holes).

ETA2: Wow! It's already shipped! Says estimated delivery August 27th. Kind of pushing it, but still plenty of time to make the couple of changes I'll need to make to it. Not enough time to do anything about it if it won't work for some reason, though.
mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
I got nothing done over the weekend, which is petty much par for the course as far as my weekends go.

Today, I took the plunge and untaped the helmet from the head form (it held its shape nicely). I made a piece to reinforce the interior and give me something to glue onto and began gluing it together. It's going alright and I'm almost done with the gluing.

I also sewed my cape pleats onto the twill snap tape making that piece maybe 75% done.

I've got progress pics, but I'll wait until I'm not on my phone to do that.

I'm hoping to get a lot done tomorrow while Jonah is at his first day of school.

Still kind of holding my breath on the arrival of the catsuit.

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mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
With newfound confidence, I plowed through, shaped and taped the second half of the helmet yesterday and it has been sitting on the glass head as I worked on some other things. I'm kind of afraid to do too much on this thing at once for fear of... I'm not sure what really. Pushing my luck perhaps? *shrugs*

Also, I pleated the shoulders of my cape onto some twill tape with built in snaps (cape will snap to the catsuit) and got it hanging on the dress form with weights on the bottom to stretch it out and loosen it up a bit. PVC is very stiff stuff and it's not draping how I had planned, but I think it'll work. There's a 2-way stretch to it, but it's selvage to selvage (the wrong direction for my application). It acts like a heavy fabric but is very thin and lightweight. I'll give it another day of hanging, then cut the bat wing scallops in the bottom and finish the top edge somehow and that piece will be completely done. One down, too many to go.

Also, also, I worked out a pattern and cut out foam for the knee pads yesterday. I cut strips of elastic that will be sewn to the foam and it will all then be covered by the same PVC the cape is made from.

I have gotten nothing done today except laundry and some house type stuff, which was being sorely neglected and not a total loss of time. But I think I might try to put in a late night tonight and see what I can get done. I've been sleeping like crap lately anyway, might as well do something productive if I'm going to wake up exhausted regardless.

Tomorrow will be a busy day and I likely won't have any time to work on this stuff. I've got open house with Jonah's teachers in the late morning after which we need to shop for a new backpack and lunch box and such. He starts school next Tuesday. We also need to get soccer cleats and shin guards because his first practice is tomorrow evening. But while we're out running errands I plan to pick up some remaining pieces I need to buy, so it's not a total loss of time either.
mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
Another week gone by and I'm still looking at the bolero. I'm hoping today's third attempt at adjusting the sleeve pattern will finally get it to fit properly into the armscye without weird wrinkling and far too much wrestling while pinning/sewing. I know set-in sleeves are the hardest part of any garment for me still, but I can usually get it on a second attempt. So I'm thinking another tweak to the pattern will help. I'm keeping my head though. When I feel that familiar heartburn-like tingle of frustration build in my chest, I set it aside and think it out while I work on...

Batgirl! )
mellymell: (elseworld batgirl)
I should be done today with what will be the final mockup for the bolero I'll be sending to [ profile] branflake for fitting. I will feel good about that project if we've got the final mockup worked out and fabrics in hand by the end of the month (I'm allowing time for a couple of fittings, which we might not need). I should have been at this point in April, but whatever. We've got time and I know it will get done. Once the pieces are worked out and I get the rest of the lace off her mom's gown to use, I think it'll go together very fast. It's only taken me a day of draping and a day of drafting/cutting out to get to this point.

On that subject, I'm so done with commercial patterns. I decided to just wing it on this and drape what I had sketched and what I saw in my mind for it. *fingers crossed in case I'm speaking too soon* It's been so much easier! I always alter patterns anyway and that just adds another step in there to cut out the original pattern. Now that I know what the pieces of things should sort of look like, I feel comfortable winging it.

Also, I'm now committed to bringing Elseworld Batgirl to Dragon*Con. I bought a catsuit online last night. This means I get another shot at painting that bat logo. I might try stenciling this time. Also, I'm going to be sure I stretch it out plenty while it's being painted. I still expect some cracking, but I'll fix that as the need arises. Also, also, the catsuit is full coverage (actually a zentai suit) and has attached gloves and feet and even a hood (which I'm going to have to cut a hole in for the face). Will be nice and seamless. Also nice and difficult to get in and out of, I imagine.

I'm still very intimidated by the cowl, but once I get the bolero mockup off to Brandy, I'm going to attack it with some trial and error.

Other than that, I'll just keep plugging away on working out the armor patterns and getting those pieces made. Then there's the belt and the cape (cape should be super simple, no hemming even, just cut to shape and sew in some snaps).

I've also figured out what I'm going to do about shoes, since I don't have the budget for boots and hers just look like soles on the bottom of her suit anyway. I'm basically going to do just that: go find some rugged soled shoes at a thrift store and glue them to the bottom of the suit. I'll reinforce the insides with some insoles and possibly even build something to shape the insides with a heel and toe area. We'll see what I can come up with.

In other news, I have still not used my serger that Chris got me last year for Christmas. I plan to remedy that sooner rather than later. As in possibly this week. I need some black spools of thread for it.
mellymell: (muderous trolls)
It appears the Marriott sold out in the past hour. GRRR!
mellymell: (rainbow at island in the sky)
Well, I think I got all the loose ends tied up yesterday, but if I made any commitments to anything at Dragon*Con that I need to notify anyone about, let me know.

I absolutely plan to go next year. So, when next year's rooms are up, let me know! I'm on the mailing list, so that might not be necessary, but when it comes to the craziness of scoring rooms, especially at the Marriott, it's good to have bases covered.

We went to dinner last night at the newly reopened Judge Beans barbecue at their new location in Brentwood. Ah, how I've missed brisket tamales. I'm really glad they're open again and closer than ever. The baseball park just really didn't suit them and the spot downtown sucked for parking. We did not, however, partake of any Texas Sushi (that would be a jalapeno stuffed with sausage and cheese and wrapped in brisket).

By the time we got home, it was Jonah's bedtime. The bulb in his halogen lamp (the main light source at night) went out yesterday and I had forgotten that when I went to flip the switch and said, "D'oh!" as nothing happened. Jonah for some reason thought that was the funniest thing he had ever seen and kept saying "light broken, 'D'oh!'" and laughing as hard as I've heard him laugh without being tickled. That, of course, got me laughing at him. So, for the entire time it took me to change his diaper, read him the Very Hungry Catepillar and tuck him in bed, we laughed at each other for no real reason.

That was my therapy session for the night: brisket tamales and laughing with Jonah for about 15 minutes straight at nothing in particular.

So, now it's time to set my sights on the next task. I'm working on a virtual yard sale so to speak and have found two kids consignment sales where I intend to unload Jonah's closet and hopefully outfit him for the winter. I'm amazed that there are only a handful of sales left this season. So many have already transpired. I couldn't believe it. Who thinks to shop for winter clothes in July and August? Anyway, one of the sales is next weekend and the other in November. So, I figure, I'll put clothes in the first one and shop the consignor day and then whatever doesn't sell there, I'll put into the second one, if it's worth my trouble.

Other than that, I've got a few things up on ebay (yes, I'm selling the Hermione wand I just bought, it's cheap and not what I want) and I've put everything in my etsy store on sale 10% off until midnight 8/31. Just enter Twitter10 in the message field when checking out and I'll send an updated invoice (I so wish etsy would implement a discount feature).

And no, all of this isn't because of fiduciary troubles or anything. These are things I was getting ready to do regardless. We have a lot of stuff laying around that we need to get rid of, and several items that are brand new or gently used that we could get some money for and still give someone a good deal on something. I probably have an equal amount of items I intend to take to Goodwill. So, it's really more about decluttering than actually getting any money for the stuff.

Chris and I decided last night we're going to take a family trip on Labor Day weekend instead. Probably camping in the mountains of Western North Carolina, since the beach (St. Joseph's Peninsula in Florida) was full that weekend. Perhaps the following weekend we will head down to the beach for more camping, since the spots are wide open that weekend. We just both really need to get the heck out of town and I think it'll do us a lot of good. These are things we wouldn't have been able to do if I hadn't canceled my trip. Silver lining and all.
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I'll save repeating the whole thing and just link it here. The short of it, I'm not going to Dragon*Con.
mellymell: (me at arches 2005)
I've had some unforeseen expenses come up that have completely annihilated the funds I had planned to spend on Dragon*Con. It's my own fault for not taking care of it sooner and now it's going to cost a lot more money to take care of (and I don't really want to get into it any further than that).

I'm really, really, REALLY bummed about this. I've had to back out on people who counted on me to fill their room. I'm missing out on meeting people I've "known" for so many years and never had the chance to meet. I'm missing out on a lot, but it's completely my fault, so I can't be too pissed about it except at myself.

'Til next year. . . maybe.

If anyone knows someone who needs a membership, I have one up for grabs now. If I don't hear back from one of you here, I'll post it to the Dragon*Con group.
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The cleaning part is done in the office and everything is sorted into related piles (stack of electronics, stack of my hobby stuff, stack of files and important office related stuff, etc.) The goal today is to go through and declutter each stack and then put it away in an organized fashion. As I go, I plan to make notes on things that would make keeping the office organized a lot easier and make the space more workable (things like more shelves in the closet and some shelves above the desk, and maybe a desk with a smaller footprint and various things like that). I've done this before, but it seems every time I get in here to work, I think of a different way to go about it. We just want so much functionality out of this room, it's hard to get it all to mesh. It's my work area, Chris' electronics storage area, our guest room and Chris even wants to mount a moderately sized flat screen on the wall to be able to watch TV in here if he wants while I'm working (as though the ones in the bedroom and the living room aren't enough).

But anyway, as I'm starting to see things shaping up in my work space, I'm looking at the Angel gown and feeling no strong pull to work on it. I pulled out the embroidery the other day and started working on it some more, but I didn't get very far before bed and I've not felt like picking it up again. I've been more inclined to read at night when I've set aside time to work on it. I'm not in complete avoidance mode just yet, but I'm just not feeling terribly enthusiastic about working on it and that makes it very hard to get anything done.

I probably need to watch Fellowship and get all hyped about again. I'm also about to buy a new Arwen wig, which might get me excited about it again. I'm starting to think of things that will help me better get into character as well. But, if after these small efforts I'm still not excited, well, I'm probably going to shelve the project for a while and maybe start working on Maleficent. I don't want to push anything. After all, this is a hobby that I'm supposed to enjoy, not force myself to finish something I don't feel like working on. If I had the budget, I'd throw together that Hermione costume instead. Still looking for an excuse to buy some Golas. ;)
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I don't even know why I try to write out costuming plans. As soon as I get a plan and start to set it to motion, I decide to change it. I'm thinking about Halloween. I really want to do Maleficent and if I want to do her this year, I'm going to have to get started collecting things. Which means I'm not going to do Hermione for Dragon*Con because my budget does not have room for both. Hermione was kind of a throw together anyway and my heart wasn't in it. But Maleficent! There's a project I can sink my dragon teeth into!
Yes! :)

I'm going to add in some time here and there to research Maleficent. I've only got a few reference pictures, but I've watched several clips and tributes on YouTube (all of which seem to be done to heavy metal, heh). I want to go all out for her. Yellow sclera contacts, a latex or silicone chin appliance to elongate my face a bit, making her staff with a yellow crystal ball at the top, a taxidermy crow/raven (there are several on ebay that are foam bodies done in black chicken feathers under $20) and of course that lovely, huge black cabochon ring on her right hand. But since she's a cartoon. Not everything works in real life, so I'm going to have to do some interpreting. Fabrics are kind of my choice on this one too, which is sort of fun but drives me nuts at the same time.

Maybe I could make one of her little demon minions for Jonah, heh.

Anyway, I'll be elaborating on all of this very soon. I just don't have the time for it today.
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So, I've scratched Celeborn from the list of Dragon*Con hopefuls. I just don't have the budget or time to get him done and I don't want to kill myself trying or cut corners on fabric. I've still got a lot of work to do on the Angel gown (which, honestly, if I had the budget to start on Celeborn, I'd be more than willing to set the Angel gown aside to work on him). Celeborn isn't getting scratched from the list forever though, I promise. He's just getting postponed a little. I'm hoping maybe some things will turn around monetarily and I can work on him later in the year and maybe have him done in time for the unofficial ALEP gathering in the Smokies next March. But what does that leave?

I'll continue working on the Angel gown, definitely.

I've got the Blood Red gown and the Dream gown ready to go, more or less (couple of minor things to do that no one will notice but me).

I've got pirate garb, though I still could use some boots or rather better boots. But I don't think I'll be able to afford it before Dragon*Con. My hat blank for the tricorner should be here today and all I'll have to do to it is tack it up and distress it. My new sword should be here later this week or early next. It's a replica of Elizabeth's sword from At World's End, and unfortunately, I'm starting to love her Chinese battle outfit.

I'm also thinking about throwing together a Hermione pink hoodie outfit. I've been wanting a pair of Golas anyway. ;)

So, that's 5 costumes, which is a decent number for me.

I could possibly put together a steampunk outfit as well, but it would require some more money and potentially some more sewing. So, I'll just have to wait and see on that one.

But the point is, I'm thinking about costumes again and I'm starting to feel some motivation to work towards finishing up the ones I've got up in the air. However, I'm a little irked every time I go into the office and see the mess Chris left in there months ago now and hasn't cleaned up. He decided to pull all of his boxes of computer stuff out of the closet and go through them to weed out stuff he doesn't want or need anymore. That's great, except he left it all where it was and I have no idea what's keep and what's throw/give away. So, I can't really do much about it other than just pack it all back up and put it back in the closet. Since he's willing to get rid of so much of it, I really don't want to do that, in the interest of more storage space in there. I guess it's a good thing we're not going anywhere this weekend. I might will just make him get up there this weekend and help me clean it up. ;)
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Shooting to get the membership squared away before Nov. 14th when it goes up. Other than that, it's official, I'll be there.
mellymell: (gaia's jewel)
So, I talked to Chris about it last night and he seems to think there's no reason we couldn't go, if I wanted to. I'll be just barely 7 months pregnant by then, just starting into the third trimester. It is feasible, I suppose, but I still don't know what to really expect at that point. Sure, I've read what to expect, but then if I had read about the first trimester before I was almost out of it, I'd think I was in for something awful. I've just been lucky up until now that my body handles hormone changes far better than I ever imagined. Who knows, perhaps this is going to be an "easy" pregnancy all the way through. Only time will tell.

So, it may be a last minute decision and might just be sort of an overnight trip to meet everyone for breakfast and hang out when and where we can. But there's still a possibility that I'll make it to Dragon*Con, octuplets and all. ;]

Also, I got the registration and class information for Clasp yesterday in the mail. Another big event in the middle of September. But, at least it's in Nashville and by then, I'll be right at home. A weekend of classes on the design side of jewelry making, techniques both new and old, and the ever important marketing side. It is somewhat pricey at $715 for the weekend, but at least, unlike most people, I won't need a hotel. And really, there are a ton of classes you get to attend, plus breakfast and lunch provided all three days (well, just breakfast on Sunday, I think they end early). I think it would do a lot for me, especially since it looks like I'll be a stay at home mom for the next several years. It would do me well to use that time to get my jewelry business underway. Perhaps next year, depending on class schedules and how things go with the baby, I might be able to get my Graduate Gemologist degree through GIA.

Perhaps our lives aren't over after all. :] We'll just have to see what's possible, since we have no idea what to expect.


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