I used to run a sale on IG where I would pick a few stones and you could pick them up for ten dollars a piece for a day.
Well, IG changed their way and frankly, I stopped posting sales on the gram. Instead posting my available stones on my OWN website. I know you have seen these IG issues as well. I enjoy IG, but I’m not a content creator- I cut pretty rocks.
Back to the sale: I’ve got a group listed on my site. It’ll be available Tuesday August 30, 2022. I’ll pull it down the next day. So you can pick up a stone or two for ten bucks each. When it’s over, it’s over till next time. Shipping rates are the same as the rest of the website. If you’re on my email list, you saw an advance photo.
Enjoy the sale, I will try to do it at least once a month now that I’ve figured out how to list the group together. Tell your friends!
Hope your day rocks!
Who likes tiny cabs?
If you’ve followed me for a while you know that I love to cut small cabs but lately I’ve enjoyed cutting even smaller cabs. I’ve added a little collection of Tiny Heart Cabochons to the website. They are still beautifully cut cabs, just smaller. Here’s a horrible photo of the group.
Black Jasper, Sodalite and a couple doublets. Tiny hearts. My way of sending love out into the world. I really enjoy cutting these little ones.
Additionally some Doublets will be added this afternoon. For the time being I’ve suspended IG sales. My cabs will only be available on my website. If you see something you love, I’m happy to reserve it for you. During the Covid shutdown I’ve found that International shipping is incredibly slow but shipping within the US has been fine and without delay.
When you have a few minutes of calm….check out what’s available on the website.
Sometime last year I got a cutter machine. A silhouette. There was a learning curve to the design program and getting the best cut on various materials. So I’ve been playing and putting vinyl on all sorts of things.
Every cup in the house has something on it. I’ve played with vinyl that sticks on walls and other hard surfaces and heat transfer vinyl as well.
In the design program I’ve learned how to draw shapes and subtract and multiply. So it started with the tools. The jeweler’s saw, hammer and anvil. Then it moved to a subway art piece and the tools in nail decals. (Those are fun to put into people’s cab purchases) So far everything I’ve created is geared for makers.
I ordered blank shirts and bags and this new little division of Azoho was born. I have a notebook full of ideas to play with. In my opinion, this is a good use of my time when I can’t cut rocks. There are times that the weather prevents me from cutting and this is creative and fun. So this is Azoho Goods & Apparel. Hope you pick up something cute!