Posts from the ‘Beaded Jewelery’ Category

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Amanda’s Goulosh


2 lbs. hamburger

1 small onion diced

1 can tomato soup

1 can stewed tomatoes with juice; diced up

1/4 cup brown sugar

garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper ( to taste)

3 to 4 cups of cooked elbow noodles


Brown meat with onions. Add the rest of the ingredients except noodles, then simmer for 10 min.

Pour sauce over noodles or mix all together with sauce.

So Delicious!!

When I made this I used only 2 tbs. brown sugar, 1lb. hamburger, 1 tbs. butter, 1 small can of mushrooms, and 3/4 of a lb. box of mini penne pasta.

2014 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 3,600 times in 2014. If it were a cable car, it would take about 60 trips to carry that many people.

Click here to see the complete report.

Wedding Party Earrings and Updos

DSC00280Made these blue and silver earrings for a wedding party. I used the same beads in different patterns.

DSC00306Brides maid updo with earrings

DSC00344Here is the wedding party! Great Fun!!

DSC00349more of my formal styles

My Jewelry Party

Some snazzy earrings and pendant

A good friend of mine from church had me a jewelry party.  It went great! I had a good time and sold a lot. I also had good feed back!

I have some great people in my life! If you live in the Tulsa area and want to go to a wonderful Sunday school class, please come to Asbury  and visit mine! The Praise and Worship Class.

I had two high school girls that came who were so adorable!

It is so nice to meet new people and have a good time!  We had snacks and great conversations.

I really enjoy making jewelry and learning new ways to make new designs.  It is so much fun!

Here are some of my creations

If you are interested in great homemade items and jewelry of mine go to Etsy!

Thanks and Many Blessings!


I made these pendants with some different pieces of  broken jewelery and large beads.  These can be put on a chain (any length), or hang from your purse; even used as a decorative key chain.

If you have some old jewelery hanging around, take them apart and create something that you can use.

This big flower design was fun to create!

Black and silver is classic.

I think this would look good with a light brown top.

Using needle nose pliers and jump-rings are some tools to create these charms. Here are some jewelery findings that I use.

Beads with Many Colors

Lot’s of Beads!!

I made the necklace, charm, earnings, and bracelet from an old strand of pearls given to me from a good friend that passed away.  I always think of Georgia when I ware them.

A new creation of purple!

Bead Tools

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