If you would like to own any of Mhairi's accessories then she informs me that Concrete Wardrobe, Edinburgh on 0131 558 7130 will be happy to help you or you can contact www.mhairiwild.co.uk
So what I have been doing this week? Spending far too much time on my laptop if truth be told, but it's allowed because my shoulder is still healing and I can't drive or work yet. I feel that my time has been productive (if you don't count the internet shopping!!) and I now have very active Facebook and Twitter accounts. I can also now be found on UK Handmade. http://ukhandmade.ning.com/profile/SlickSilverJewellery
The more time I've spent on social networking the more I've realised what a great community we have in the crafting world. Facebook is great for keeping up to date with friends, especially my closest friend who happens to live in France (she's my French agent!!) and Twitter has allowed me to make a whole host of new friends whom I chat to on a daily basis (you know who you are girls!!). Becoming a member of UK Handmade is another level of professional networking as I immediately realised that there were local groups of like-minded people, some living in the same city as me. Old friends that I've yet to meet. I've certainly met some really lovely helpful people through my laptop and phone who are committed to their craft/art and to sharing it with others.
Whilst trundling through the virtual world I've also been looking for my next blog victim!! Seriously I'm looking for my next interviewee who's work really appeals to me. I have a couple of people in mind so watch this space. So far I have spotted a dress designer, a knitwear designer, a milliner and some others so I will put the feelers out. Do you like the idea of me featuring, interview style, another artist on the blog every now and then? I would love to know what you think so please feel free to leave me a comment below.
I thought I might show you some of my silver jewellery.
These are some of my reticulated sterling silver pendants in my Ghost Daisy range. They are hallmarked and are available to buy. They are supplied wrapped in tissue and in my black gift bags. Please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
I'd also like to end my blog this week by putting some beautiful artwork on my page. Our house is full of paintings so I thought I would share some with you. They are the work of my husband David Muddyman who has his own website. www.davidmuddyman.co.uk