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Monday, November 12, 2007

A couple of Projects

Here are a couple of things I've been working on.
First is this old tool box. It was lacking something.

So I added some spindles and I think It is much better now.


Here is my latest jewelry creation.


I call it a pendant shadow box. This one has a watch face, clock hand and misc gears on a fabric background.

I'm feeling a little beat down today, because I had to deal with the Customer Service Department from H*() today. I don't understand how companies can think that having Customer Service Agents, who can barely speak english or understand it, is actually Service. I'll opt for the Spinal Tap please. This situation actually brought me to tears, and thankfully DH helped me out. I am just not cut out for Computer technical problems. Give me Junk to play with anyday.

Have a good day
Margo

6 comments:

TinaTx said...

That tool box looks great after you added the spindles!
Sorry about your bad experience with customer service. I hate it when that happens. Glad your hubby was able to help you out there.
I hate having to deal with that stuff. !

Rosemary said...

Love your tool box Margo.
Your jewelry is getting prettier and prettier.
I hate dealing with stuff like that.
Thanks for the nice comments on my blog today.
Have a good one,
Rosemary

Rosemary said...

Love your tool box Margo.
Your jewelry is getting prettier and prettier.
I hate dealing with stuff like that.
Thanks for the nice comments on my blog today.
Have a good one,
Rosemary

Angie said...

Margo, I've been visiting for a while, and I love your tool box. You have such great ideas.

Angie

judith said...

Amazing what a spindle will do for a cute tool box, love it! And course, your jewelry just amazes me with your imagination.

Sher said...

LOL - I've had similar experiences with CS reps! My poor hubby gets really frustrated because he has trouble understanding their accents and they absolutely cannot interpret his southern drawl! As far as opting for the spinal top, well, I didn't know we had a choice!

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