Remember that old song by Loverboy called "Working for the Weekend?"  That’s pretty much what I did, only my song was called "Working on the Weekend."

<tangent>  I am now indulging in a major blast from the past–went to iTunes and downloaded some songs from Loverboy’s Get Lucky album (on which resides Working for the Weekend).  That was one of my favorite albums when I was a kid.  </tangent>

Now, on to the jewelry, which is the real reason we’re here.

Citrine Pillow Earrings


Very similar in design to these earrings.  The only difference are the natural citrine stones.

Still Rockin’ the Pink


This necklace is a companion piece to this bracelet.  In this version I included some green garnet and greenish-pink tourmaline.

Ruby Necklace

I love this necklace, and I promise it looks a lot better in person.  It’s sterling silver with five ruby beads in the center.

A Different Kind of Peace

Remember when I said I was getting away from the peace signs?
   I never said I wasn’t gonna promote peace in my jewelry wherever I could and in this case it’s rather more obvious than the "Free Your Mind" message (although I guess it’s hard to read–the plate at the top says "Peace.")

<tangent>  Oh no, now I’m on to Survivor’s greatest hits… boy I’m a sucker for a power ballad. </tangent>

3 Replies to “Workin’ for the Weekend”

  1. Antoinette says: May 14, 2007 at 8:57 am

    You were VERY busy this weekend. Nice work!

  2. Theresa says: May 14, 2007 at 1:46 pm

    I just remember staring at that album cover when I was a kid. A hot man’s butt in tight red leather pants.

  3. holly west says: May 14, 2007 at 1:59 pm

    Tee hee, yep, that’s it. Album art sure isn’t what it used to be.

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