FLASH BULB NECKLACE

Howdy, Howdy!


Today I debuted my Flash Bulb Necklace on Replay!  You too can now own a super sweet flash bulb necklace made by yours truly!  I have had so many compliments on the necklace that I decided to start making and selling them.  Right now they come on silver coated chains for $15 or if you'd like to upgrade to a sterling silver chain for $18 then simply shoot me an email {{ sar.mcmahon@gmail.com }} before you purchase.  Soon I will also have an option to add an antique key to the necklace.  The deal with that is you'll pay a little extra for a key to be added, but the catch is you won't know what the key looks like!  If you really want a choice I can upload photos; that's no problem at all! 

This is also the giveaway item which you can still enter!!  So, here's the link so the giveaway and to Replay!

Giveaway

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ALSO ::  I'm going to be adding some beautiful handmade necklaces by my mom later!  Check back!

FIRST GIVEAWAY!!

 
Simply “Like” Modern Southerner on Facebook and then post a comment on here telling me what your favorite post OR Replay item is and you’ll be entered to win a handmade light bulb necklace AND a $15 gift certificate to Replay. Enter today! Contest closes Wednesday May 25, 2011 at 12 AM Central Time.  Good luck!!



            

SOLDERING IRON

I've been wanting to solder for sometime (if you don't know what that is it's the fusing of metals using solder) and I even went as far as to buy a soldering iron recently. Intimidated, but excited to try, I finally broken open the package today. I had been watching a few Youtube videos on soldering, but the idea of doing it scared me. I plugged it in and read the recommendations, then went for it. The first thing I wanted to do was turn an old camera light bulb into a necklace, so I did just that today!

Here are some photos:


I think I did alright for my first try, but boy is it frustrating trying to get the ring straight.




Well, that's my first soldering job! I'm not going to instruct anyone on how to do it because honestly I'm not an expert myself. If you're interested in soldering then I suggest researching it yourself and taking all the precautions.  :)

Good day!