Thermometer was reading 7f earlier when I took out the garbage, so nice and frosty out there this morning...we had the oil burner guys here to fix a faulty zone valve and bleed some air from the system so now we should be all set to face the coming months.
With all the recent sales taking my time I haven't been making much progress in the shop this past week, but I still hope to complete some more stuff for next week, probably some beads. The Zr Mini Bermuda Triangles are also contenders but it's looking like they probably won't be done next week after all. So maybe after Christmas for those...in any case, I am looking at all my projects and trying to decide what I can realistically complete before the end of the year. We'll see how it goes this weekend.
Today I have the second round of GID Spin Coins ready! These are turned from solid titanium bar stock with a nifty "petal" pattern milled around the rim and they are anodized contrasting colors. They are quite striking. I used super glue to attach the glass lenses on these and most future glow coins, so they have a smoother appearance rather than the lacy look of the bubble ones from yesterday....also, there are a half dozen without anodizing too, available by request, for you ti fans who just like plain old vanilla. You know who you are, haha...
The Titanium Glow Coins will run $90 plus shipping and the link to purchase is below. It's a very limited size batch, only about 3 dozen, so it will be one per customer again please. As always, thank you so much for stopping by and hope your weekend is starting early!
These are sold out,thank you everyone! :)
Christmas came early! These look awesome Peter! And who doesn't like a good anodizing?!
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