sushi time

I made a little bracelet with the sushi beads made by the super crafty Amy!
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I loved working on the bracelet because the beads are so darn cute! The detail is pretty incredible, too. I hope you all notice that the green beads are supposed to evoke the essence of wasabi. Heh heh. So yeah, the bracelet makes me kind of hungry …
We suffered through a succession of earthquakes this morning. The BIG one was a roller, and it made me feel kind of dizzy. Right after that one was another big one–a jolt. I don’t really care for these quakes. They make me all skittish, and I’m sure I’m going to develop some sort of tic soon if they continue.

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17 Responses to sushi time

  1. Jessica says:

    I thought of you as soon as I saw the news on Yahoo. You’re the only person I know in Paso Robles. Stay safe. Remember, duck and hold!

  2. kat says:

    I thought of you too. Living in Tokyo means that I think about earthquakes all the time too. It sucks. I don’t ever want to experience the BIG one here in Tokyo (especially at work considering I’m on the 20th floor…..wimper).
    Love the sushi bracelet – that’s so clever!!

  3. claudia says:

    Man, you guys are getting smacked with quakes. I’m glad all is well (except for the tic).

  4. Janet says:

    Oh my – the sushi bracelet is ingenious and the tiny little ebi is adorable! I can’t believe the detail on those!

  5. sharlyn says:

    I’m glad you’re safe…those buggers are scary. Very cute bracelet. It makes me kind of hungry too. Awwww, look at the little shrimp!

  6. Gabrielle says:

    I was thinking about you yesterday as well! I’ve never gotten used to quakes (especially after the Loma Prieta). Maybe we’ll get a trembler up here that will shake the baby loose ;->
    Love the bracelet – too cute! Can’t wait to see her site when it’s up…

  7. joelene says:

    I read your blog all they time and I had no idea you were a fellow central coaster. Its a small world, I too felt pretty ill all day. I am a bit further south than you, I can’t imagin bein that close. Well great blog and you red sweater looks great.

  8. carolyn says:

    Tamago! yum. i just had some of that last night. :)

  9. K says:

    Sorry about your quakes. :( Love your site!

  10. Silvia says:

    Yikes, I’m glad all is well after that rather big earthquake. Of course I didn’t feel a thing…Now they say that quake released the fault pressure and makes other quakes less likely, so that’s good news.
    Maybe the sushi is making you dizzy? How about trying to bead with cookies or candy corn?

  11. molly says:

    Just reading about your quakes makes me edgy–hopefully that’s the last of them for a while. Hang in there!

  12. mari says:

    Hi mariko san
    Yes we love gimic toy. :-)
    sucker for marketing?? …….okay May BE.
    Good custmer for maker because you can not help buying when you see it????
    Mari

  13. Amy in AZ says:

    Great minds think alike– check out my wasabi hint on my page! too funny! You are an awesome designer and I must name you the official amyville model!!!!
    The bracelet is fabulous! Great job!

  14. Yvette says:

    Oh, I’m so glad to know you’re safe. Saw the news last night and immediately thought about you and Heidi. It’s really scary. The Loma Prieta quake was bad, bad stuff. Then Channel 4 news did a one-hour special on all the major faults in California. Not reassuring at all. (But actually very interesting and the best program I’ve ever seen on earthquakes.) Just get to someplace safe next time it happens, ok?

  15. Missy says:

    That is one awsome bracelet! ^_^ Sushi is so beautifully designed it’s just begging to be made into jewelery, isn’t it?

  16. froggy says:

    glad you’re okay. i can only imagine how unsettling that was. but i have to say that bracelet is just awesome. i just love it and i can’t believe all of the details in the beads! amy rocks!

  17. pixie says:

    I searched all over the internet for beads like that and can not find them :( I wanted to try makin stich markers from them.

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