Thursday, July 10, 2014

Bling It On!

One of the product lines that I got most excited about at convention was the 
Base and Bling jewelry line.
That is kind of weird for me because I kinda like sticking to my cards and scrapbooking when it comes to crafting.
But I have to tell you the possibilities of what you can do with the Base and Bling products is pretty amazing.
The presenter there made the most scrumptious jewerly with a vintage flair and I was smitten.
Today I will show you a few of the pieces that I received at convention.
My team leader, Brenda Rose, gifted me this lovely necklace for a Team Sales award.

Brenda also decorated this adorable Kraft box and filled it with sugar-free chocolate.
You can check out Brenda's blog HERE for tons of creativity.
The top of the box featured the convention theme logo.

We got supplies to create one of the new bangle bracelets.

I think these will make beautiful, yet very affordable, gifts for Christmas.
And lastly, this is the necklace I received for making a donation to 
Operation Smile.
Close To My Heart has partnered with this organization that provides free, life-changing surgery that repairs smiles and lives of children.  
CTMH has provided funds for thousands of surgeries for children worldwide throughout the years.
Just another reason to love Close To My Heart!
Here is the necklace...

I love that quote, and how appropriate.
This necklace is featured on the new pendants that have the lovely rope trim.
The pendants are substantial in weight and so easy to create.
I cannot wait to show you the new chalkboard letter monograms!
I will be making those for quite a few Christmas gifts.
Thanks for allowing me to go on and on about the CTMH convention.
I learned so much about CTMH and have grown to love this company even more.
Have a great day and don't forget to SMILE!


Brenda said...

Awww, thanks for the shout out! the base and bling line is right up my alley, and I agree that they are great for gifts!

Audrey Pettit said...

Wow, the creative possibilities with these pieces is never ending. LOVE your new jewelry, Lynn, and can't wait to see what else you come up with for Christmas gifts. You would pay big bucks for these in the boutiques!