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Abe Lincoln

“You cannot help the poor by destroying the rich...strengthen the weak by weakening the strong...bring about prosperity by discouraging thrift...lift the wage earner up by pulling the wage payer down...build character and courage by taking away people’s initiative and independence...help people permanently by doing for them, what they could and should do for themselves." -Abraham Lincoln

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Dirtroad Team with Joyful Art Studio and Greenhouse Glassworks

I have two more wonderful shops from the Dirtroad Team for you to visit today.  All members on the team live in small towns, and are on this team to help and support each other.  If you live in a small town come check out this amazing team and the members.  We are open to all forms of art.

 http://www.dirtroadart.com/


The first shop is from a small town in Michigan called Joyful Art Studio.  Joy works in mosaics, glass and jewelry.  Currently she has her shopped filled with wonderful jewelry pieces for you to check out.  My favorite piece is the copper brick pendent necklace, love the texture on the setting.  What will you find to become your favorite? You can also find Joy on ebay for more wonderful items for sale.







The next shop comes from Colorado. Natasha is the artist behind Greenhouse Glassworks. The name of her came to be from working at the back of a greenhouse. How cool is this work on your art and grow tomatoes and herb at the same time. What a lucky lady! This shops is filled with fused and stain glass. Natasha also makes some cute tags to add to your project or tie on a package or gift. If you need a larger piece you will find her at www.clglassworks.com. You will enjoy your visit to her shop also.

3 comments:

Greenhouse Glassworks said...

Rose - Thanks so much for the blog feature - Joyful Art also has a wonderful shop!

Melbe Creations by Melissa Burness said...

I love Joy's new Tree of Life pendants or wall decor.

Natasha's candle holders are just beautiful!

Joy said...

Rose, thank you for the feature.
Natasha's candle holders are so pretty. Love her work.