Anyone Make Goth Hemp Jewelry?
Q: i really enjoy making hemp jewelry. love getting fun new beads and
experimenting with stitches and color patterns. but right now i've got 6 cork
boards full of the stuff. two with *all natural* stone beads and crystal
wraps, and 4 boards with glass and wooden beads.
i live in a college town so the stores are so full of hemp they hardly buy it
anymore. and everyone and their roommate makes necklaces anyway. i've brought
my stuff to craft fairs and have done pretty well, but i'm making a lot more
than i'm getting around to selling.
and i've gotten to the point where i don't want to go to a show with an agenda.
i loved selling my shirts and my necklaces and whatever food and bevridge, but
i can't really deal with trying to sell jewelry at shows anymore.
i don't suppose someone out here would be interested in buying a bunch of stuff
from me "wholesale"...?
A:all this talk about hemp brought up a rather vivid memory from last summer.... i'm warning you now it's a rant and a bit long.... i'm out walking around on the venice oceanwalk.. looking at all the cool things... getting my first tattoo.. etc, after getting my tattoo i did the browsing... i come up to these hippie kids,
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