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January 28, 2016

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Chris

Who doesn't love chocolates??? What terrifically tasty idea for a jewelry line! It has been an honor to participate in this year's challenge and I look forward to seeing your new line form up. Yum!

Jeanette Belmont

I love your theme idea, it made me think of Chutters candy store in New Hampshire with the longest candy counter. I always loved the rock candy because of how it looked as much as how it tasted. That chocolate brass really does look like frosting. I am looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

Jeanette Belmont

I love your theme idea, it made me think of Chutters candy store in New Hampshire with the longest candy counter. I always loved the rock candy because of how it looked as much as how it tasted. That chocolate brass really does look like frosting. I am looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

Susan Bowerman

Brenda, you continue to amaze and inspire me. What a clever, clever, clever theme! And thank you for sharing with us how your theme will have legs...with the potential for a host of variations. That fact alone is why you are the mentor and I am a mere student. I have so much to learn; little did I know I would learn something this morning before my coffee got cold! This line is going to be glorious. Thank you for sharing your thought process with us and for giving me yet another "aha" moment! Wow...just wow! I'm in awe.

Vonda Stephenson

Brenda, this was such an informative blog. Thanks for sharing your thought process. Your new line is going to be just yummy.

Ingrid Anderson

What a fantastic idea! I am sure it will be fun to create and also successful! Ingrid

Val Tilghman

Yummmm!!! Love the chocolate and it can go a million places :)I cant wait to see it all finished and ready to sell. Thank you for all of your love of jewelry, parts and pieces and sharing your knowledge with all of us :)

Joan Donovan

You hit the nail on the head - who doesn't love chocolate? I'm so glad you are also creating a line for the challenge - it really helps me to see how one idea can develop into a lot of variations. I can see cute packaging in candy boxes! Love it.

B'sue

Thanks guys....please put the comments on the blog for the Hop, and not on here. This is not my post for the hop. Just the list we had to get together yesterday. ;-)

B'sue

And if you don't want to bang your head over figuring out where to put it, hey! THANKS for leaving a comment! Not a problem. I am grateful for all the encouragement and so glad that you think I have a solid idea. I have to tell you, I'm excited about it. So I will take your encouragement any way I can get it!

Gina

Love Sugar Shop Jewelry--it fits and it is so representative of you. Can't wait to see where you and all your pupils go with this class. Yum!!

Chris

Okay, now I'm hungrey! You just need a snappy little ditty to hum while you create Sugar Shop goodies....
Brillant concept to create two yummy products in one!
Thank you so much for your guidance, teaching, and most of all your time, which is precious.
I'm loving class everyday, and spend most of my hours thinking and going over the info.
I walk in a cloud of perpetual jewelry bliss!

Renee Allen

Fine. It's 8:00 in the morning and I want chocolate now. Thanks for that. ;)

What a fun idea and the makings of a great line. I love the chocolate brass, too.

Can't wait to see the evolution of your designs! x

Deb Beechy

Looks so good I want to eat them!

Allison Murray

Way too excited about your theme!!! your color palette is to die for! Absolutely beautiful!

Mary Katherine

See. . you got that Homer Simpson thing going on, too. . ."DONUTS." The sugar shop is such a cute idea. And I love the chocolate metal so much. . .and the Victorian flavor!I think this will be a good seller because Victorian is back in a biog way this year! Way too fun! Can hardly WAIT to see the finished products!

Teresa Schurter

Truly Scrumptious! Lovely work - inspiring too. Seeing how you draw out and brainstorm your theme, plus knowing that with practice, hard work and experience assembly gets faster. Wow, fifteen minutes! I can only dream of being that fast & accomplished.

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