I never would have thought, is it possible really, too much beadwork to see? We have been in South Dakota for the past week, in the Black hills to be exact, and there are some wonderful museums here. Our first museum stop was in Deadwood. It was probably the most eclectic museum I have been in. It’s called The Adams house museum and is housed in one of the many historic buildings there. The whole entire town of Deadwood is on the historical register, that’s saying something. Anyway, the museum had a lot of things that were part of the towns past. Gold mining of course, and all the interesting people that called Deadwood home since it all began in the 1800′s. But there was a great exhibit of Native American artifacts. Beadwork, weapons, and other historical stuff. I of course loved all the beadwork pieces, and took a bunch of photos.
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We are done with art shows for this year, and we have some inventory left over. This is bad for us, great for you!! I am having an end of summer sale, and throwing in a giveaway too.
We live in the RV full time, so we don’t have a lot of room to carry extra stuff. We packed everything we had to sell at the beginning of summer, and thankfully we sold a lot. So what we have left, is going on sale for a great reduction in price.
Be sure to shop the beadwork page and the trade bead jewelry page for savings on all kinds of products. I also have items on my Etsy page, so be sure to check there too. And if you’re looking for something fun and unique for your doggie friend, I am giving 20% off on any Roxy Doggie necklace that is ordered this week.
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I am participating in the See beautiful blog hop today. Living right next to the majestic Teton mountains, even for just the summer, is simply awe inspiring. I love the Tetons over any mountain range I have seen, so far. They are my mountains. The sunsets are spectacular.
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