Monday, June 22, 2009


Update:Added another couple of photos of the chandelier-crystal pendant so you could see the leopard-print back. Hope you stop by her booth when in Canton.

I had to share with you two pendants I purchased from Amy Dahlke at her booth in Canton, TX a couple of months ago (She's in Trade Ctr. 3, booth #69-70, for those of you who go to First Monday). These are going to be a birthday gift tomorrow for one of my coworkers from all of us at the office, and before I wrapped them up tonight, I wanted to take photos and show you.

They both have crystals on them and are just fabulous! I’m sorry but the photo just doesn’t do them justice! The hooks on the top of the pendants are great because you just hook them over any beaded necklace that you already have! Here's her beautiful business card . Her website is: On her home page, just click whichever jewelry you're interested in, and it will come up with her prices.


Morning Glories in Round Rock said...

Very pretty and unusual design. I know your coworker will be so excited to receive such a thoughtful gift.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for stopping by. I always pick up on Texas bloggers as my son and his family live in a small town outside of Austin and he works in Austin. Been there about 13 years, with IBM. Come back and I will enjoy reading about you. Blessings

Carla said...

We do dream big don't we? Love you header photo. These are soo pretty, and that hook is just too smart.

bj said...

Thanks so much for coming by to see me today. You won't be dissappointed in the Blackberry Wine Cake. It is really REALLY good..
This jewelry is very pretty. Thanks for giving us her website..
xo bj

Rhondi said...

Hi Patti
Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. Our son lives in Texas and I love to see the bluebonnets. I like your header. It's nice to meet you.

Brenda said...

Very pretty!

Crystal said...

Your pendants are very cute and unusual. I think your co-worker will enjoy them very much.
I just came across your blog,while hopping around. You have some lovely pictures of Texas, those blue bonnets are gorgeous.

Nancy said...

Beautiful!!! Lucky friend! Nancy

Anonymous said...

I love how unusual the design is. Very authentic for sure.

Gina @ The Shabby Chic Cottage said...

Those are gorgeous! I love the fleur di lis one, it just sings to my heart!

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