Monday, 29 October 2012

Busy Season and October Bead Trends...

Time certainly has been flying by lately and I've been busy as a bee making jewellery for my upcoming Christmas Market Season!  I love doing Christmas Markets and overhearing people's observations of my jewellery.  This year I am really excited and a whole lot of nervous.  I have booked myself every weekend in November for a Christmas Market, some a single day, some 3 days!  But thanks to the love and support of my awesome family I know I will get through them with a smile on my face.  

My upcoming Christmas Market schedule is;

Getta Gift! Jewellery
 Upcoming Christmas Markets

November 3 & 4, 2012 - Elbow Springs Winter Market at the Elbow Springs Golf Club.  
10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

November 11, 2012 - Fort Calgary Christmas Artisan Market at Fort Calgary. 
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

November 16-18, 2012 - Kananaskis Country Christmas in Redwood Meadows.  
Redwood Meadow Golf Clubhouse.  
*Friday, November 16, 2012 – 6 p.m.- 9 p.m. *
*Saturday, November 17 & Sunday, November 18, 2012 – 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.*

November 24, 2012 – Cochrane Ranche House Christmas Market. 
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Another published piece...
My 'Autumn Bee' Bracelet was featured in Bead Trends October 2012 Issue.  Whenever I submit something to Bead Trends I hold my breath for a few days waiting (impatiently) to see if I will receive 'the' email and once in a while I get lucky. :)  I was quite excited about this bracelet because the way I put it together is quite different than any thing I have made before.  I used a lovely Bee focal from Spirited Earth and combined it with Boro Lampwork Beads from SeaShore Glass, the combination was a delight for me.  Then I added czech glass, reconstructed turquoise and antique brass to complete the project.  I love how Bead Trends photographed it and am seriously thinking about keeping this one for myself, time will tell. :)  Its also always an honor to have your project featured among so many other beautiful artisan pieces.

Autumn Bee by Getta Gift! Jewellery
Photography by Bead Trends Magazine

OK, this was a quick little update, but I need to scoot, lots of prep to do before the weekend.  If your local I hope to see you out at one of my many Christmas Markets.

Take care and stay safe,

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Hooters Challenge at Artisan Whimsy...

I entered the Hooters Challenge over at Artisan Whimsy
If you get a chance pop over, have a look around and join!  Its a fun group of people and lots of inspiration from a lot of creative people.  

So, for the Hooters Challenge I submitted an Owl Bracelet with an ephemera Owl Charm and triple strand.  The strands consist of Czech Glass beads, Czech Glass Peanut beads and Antique Brass Chain.  I also used a detailed Lobster Claw closure.  

I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone else submits, always a delight to see how different everyone's creativity is.

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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Blog? Me? Maybe? Thursday... Autumn arrives

Autumn's crispness has settled in and the cool colors are with us around every corner.  Autumn used to be my favorite season, but as with life, this too has changed for me.  My child started kindergarten this Fall and with that my 'love' for the season seems to have changed to just a strong 'like'.  

In my previous life, something I refer to as B.C. (Before Child), I loved Autumn.  The slight chill in the morning air, always giving it a sense of freshness.  The colors coming alive in the trees and shrubbery.  The swirling of the falling leaves, the crunching sound of the leaves beneath my feet on a chilly evening walk. The idea of settling down into a routine again from the carefree summer days.  The thoughts of all the upcoming holidays (I love decorating and planning the holidays).  All of this has been great right up to this year.  Even with child in tow the last 5 years things seemed to be as exciting and warming to my soul.  However, this year it seems different. 

Autumn is still beautiful, still gives me a comforting feeling, but it doesn't bring a real welcome to me. I hate to say this, but its lost that loving feeling (cue the Righteous Brothers).   I find this Fall, in particular, it reminds me of time slipping away very fast.  I was always told as a child by my grandparents and my parents that I should not rush time, as it will pass me by soon enough and then I will wonder where it went.  I'm really getting that nowadays.  So many things are within our control, but one thing that we will truly never have control over is time.

I can not sink into despair over time gone by, but I do cherish the memories it has gave to us.  I think my feelings toward ALL of the season's has changed.  I'm not so much in 'love' with any particular season, as I do truly have a strong 'like'  for them all (yes, even winter), but I think I now have a LOVE for the time each season gives to us and the life events within.   As sad as it can be to see everything changing so fast, kids growing up, wrinkles appearing (eek!), its also nice to know that I haven't wasted the time that was given to me.  I don't feel cheated.  Our family has created so many memories and will continue to create memories as time marches on.  I just think I need to always remember its not the season that makes something special, its the memories within that time frame that makes it special.  My child will grow up, its inevitable, and although I can not control the time passing us by so quickly, I can control how I take it all in and I choose to enjoy it, cherish it, LOVE it.  

Life is the Season I love most.

 Autumn in the city. 

Remember with every second that passes, another is there to take its place and another memory is waiting to happen.   

Take care and all the best,

Friday, 21 September 2012

Blog? Me? Maybe? Thursday..... What? Its NOT Thursday...

Well, it seems I missed Thursday blogging, hmmmm, guess I'll try again next week.  Anyway, this week has been filled with a lot of kleenex and cold medicine and NOT a lot of creativity.   My child started to kindergarten and it seems the cold he brought home the first week of school has ravaged its way through our home.  I have been fighting it for 8 days and let's just say Cold 1, Me 0.  I'll kick its butt next time though, I'm ready and waiting with my Vitamin C.

So, like I said this week has been filled with treating the family for all sort of cold effects so the creativity has been to a bare minimum.  I managed to fill a few custom orders that needed to get done, but really, I'm hoping for a creative surge this weekend.  Until next week, I'll leave you with a few pictures of this weeks necessity orders.

These sweet little snowman earrings are available in my shop throughout the upcoming holiday season.

Have a great weekend and all the best,

Thursday, 13 September 2012

Blog? Me? Maybe?

Well, I'm going to try something new and call Thursday my blogging day, so from this day forward Thursday will be 'Blog? Me? Maybe?'.  This is crazy. :)  

So, we are into Fall full swing in our house.  Schedules are still shaky and taking a bit to get used to, but we will find our footing soon (I hope).  

So, with the Fall comes a new 'little' freedom for me, I find myself free for 3 hours every morning during the week day.  My tiny tyke has made it into Kindergarten and I am now finding myself with a little time to get caught up on things around the house or even jewelry making.  This new freedom didn't come without a little sadness, as I have spent the last 5 years of my life with my child beside me 24/7.  However, once I got past the first day of tears (me, not child), I am now seeing how healthy, refreshing and creative this 3 hours can be.  My child is very happy in school and I am finding a creative groove, without guilt.

So, what have I been up to the first week of school?  Obvious answer, beading.   Here are a few creations that have come from my bead table, tell me what you think??

 Into the Blue Necklace

 Swarovski Crystal Christmas Trees

 Autumn's Silence Necklace

Fun Earrings!

So, the first official, Blog? Me? Maybe? Thursday Post. Until next week, this is crazy.

All the best,

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

A step (or two) outside of my comfort zone...

Sometimes you need a change, sometimes the change is thrust upon you. 

I have been wanting to branch out from my normal jewelry making with just beads, wire, etc..  Then I received a message from a valued customer asking if I do metal stamping.  Well, funny story, my dear husband bought me everything I needed to get started doing that back in April, but its just something I didn't think I could do (well at), so I brushed it to the side.  So, with this message looking me in the face, I had 1 of 2 options, respond with a 'Sorry, no, I don't do that' OR 'Yes, I do have the tools to do that and Yes, I CAN do that. Can you give me a few days to work on it?'.  The customer was more than happy to give me a few days to work on things.

So, in a fit I scurried to find all my tools that I stashed in my 'other' jewelry tool bag (you know, the one that weighs a ton because it holds the heavy hitters in there ~ hammers, steel mandrels, steel hammering blocks, steel anvil, you get the picture, heavy stuff).  I excitedly and nervously pulled out all my metal stamping tools (to date) and started the trial and error process.  Let's just say some times trial and error can be pricey (and this was definitely a pricey trial and error process), but after 2-3 flubs I seemed to get the idea and started making things easier on myself.  Things were looking POSSIBLE on this project.

Its amazing when you chat with someone about what you are doing what can develop.  In chatting with my father-in-law about my current venture, he offered me his metal hole punch (with a variety of sizes available).  How AWESOME!  A tool I needed and didn't have to buy.  I was like a kid in the candy store and this was better than Gummy Bears!! Have I ever mentioned I LOVE tools?  Well, I do!  Next item on my list, rivot gun! and more metal stamps! I'm digressing, I need to focus.

So, now I have all the tools I need, the metal stamping is coming along nicely and I seemed to have found my way into something other my ordinary beading.  I did finish that project for my customer and she was very pleased.  She requested custom keychains for her anniversary with a penny from the year they got married.  

I think they turned out pretty good.  I'm  now offering these in my Etsy Shop.  You can order them personalized with your name, a single word, penny year of your choosing, etc..

So, since taking this leap last week, I have also started to stretch my wings with another little project along the same lines and will SOON offer them in my Etsy Shop too.

I made this necklace for my Mother-in-law for her birthday.  Necklaces will be listed soon and again, will be a personalized, custom order item.

So, again, sometimes you need a change and sometimes you are thrust into change.  Sometimes its painful and sometimes (most times) you will surprise yourself of what you can actually handle (accomplish).  Stayed tuned for more an exciting things as I travel along this new path of creativity and continue to step outside my comfort zone.

Take care and take step outside your comfort zone!

All the best,

Tuesday, 14 August 2012

Summertime all the time...

I know I have been a little remiss in looking after this blog and I will try to get a little better at this with Autumn coming at us.  

Bear with me as this post will be a bit jumpy and cover a lot of stuff they may or may not pertain to jewelry making.  :)

My summer has been full of laughter, adventure, family and down-time.  What my summer hasn't had is a lot of jewelry design.  Its not that I have strayed from jewelry design/making (because I have certainly stocked up on great pieces to create with in the coming months), its just that I needed some time away from, well, anything that seemed fast-paced, pressured or had time frames around it.

Throughout the summer I have enjoyed spending an endless amount of time with my family.  We took our first family vacation in 5 years, have gone to the local amusement park a few times, tons of swimming, enjoyed picnics, local sightseeing, birthday parties and anything else that we found interesting.  Its been a complete joy doing all these things with my family.  The laughter and memories we have created I can't put a price tag on.

During the summer I have also seen a few more of my designs published in Bead Trends magazine.

This bracelet was published in May 2012 Bead Trends.  I named the bracelet 'Karen' after my mother and she is now in possession of this bracelet and a copy of this magazine.

These earrings were published in June 2012 Bead Trends.  Summer Blues, available in my Etsy Shop (

These earrings were published in July 2012 Bead Trends.  Pink Lime Flair.

All photography is courtesy of Bead Trends Magazine (Northridge Publishing).    I love the way they photograph my pieces making them sparkle and look glamorous.  I look forward to seeing my future pieces in print later this year.  

So, with Autumn rushing its way into our lives and my little guy starting kindergarten, you will find me settling into a more routine schedule of designing and making jewelry.  I have been busy scheduling Christmas Markets around the area and will update you all on my schedule in the next few weeks.  Please come back often, visit me on Facebook at and feel free to browse my Etsy Shop at  I do ship worldwide and promptly.

Until the next blog post, have a great day(s) and hold on to these last days of summer as long as you can.

All the best,

Saturday, 9 June 2012

Oh My!.... where have I been???

My blog has really been neglected lately, but never fear I think I will post a little something later this evening. :) Hang in there with me and I'll catch up with you soon. :)

Saturday, 14 April 2012

April Showers....

It has been quite some time since my last blog entry, for us life has just been moving along and we've been doing the life things. I'm sitting in my dining room on a Saturday morning, watching the snow fall outside, listening to the sounds of an empty house and my fingers tapping away on the keyboard, drinking a cup of coffee, alone in my thoughts.

Lately, I have been thinking a lot about the 2010/11 we had, now that we have come out on the other side (stronger in our relationships with one another) and settling into our 'new' life. I know I have alluded to our recent past as being horrible, but have never gone too much further with divulging information. We hit some pretty hard times in our lives, the economy through out some pretty harsh cards and we left the table with our hats in hand (and that was just about all we had was our hats). During that time, as challenging as it was, I am very proud & grateful for the strength we had as a family unit. We never waivered in our commitment to one another, the love we have for one another and the support we gave one another when some days you just felt like you couldn't go on. We are very fortunate to be together, lots of couples don't survive what we went through, even though in hindsight its small peanuts compared to other peoples stories.

I know your thinking what a 'Debbie Downer' post, but it’s not all like that (I promise). I think when you have a birthday coming up you become very nostalgic, reflect on your past and contemplate your future. Yes, this month I am having a birthday, a significant birthday, I'm turning 40 years old. I don't feel old, as I don't think any age is old, it’s what you make it to be. I don't feel sad about turning 40. I don't feel regret. I don't feel anger. I feel lucky & fortunate & blessed. I have been given the gift of turning 40. I have been given the gift of a beautiful family, an incredible husband, a son that is the light of my life. I've been given the gift of good health. I've been given the gift of food on the table, roof over my head and more 'things' in my life than I'll know what to do with.

Turning 40 years old to me means a new chapter in life, new lessons to be learned, new experiences to be had, new attempts to get things right. It means figuring out what's important and what's not. It now knowing what a mole hill is versus a mountain. It means being thankful for each day your given and dealing with life on a day to day basis. It means eliminating negatives from my life and filling it with positives, hope & happiness. It means watching the world through my son's eyes with sheer enjoyment and delight. It means good old fashion belly laughs. It means stopping to smell the roses. It means appreciating what you are given and knowing what and who are important. It means having more empathy & compassion for people. It means accepting myself. It means letting go. It means living life.

Life is short; it can be snuffed out at any time for any one of us. Go out and enjoy what you have, forget about what you don't have, listen more, talk less, laugh lots, accept yourself, give love, receive love AND just appreciate the life your given, it’s a gift.

Now, I'm off to the bead store, but I'm leaving you with a simple quote.

"Nobody can go back and start a new beginning, but anyone can start today and make a new ending." ~ Maria Robinson

Friday, 2 March 2012

Serving up a Bowl of Bead Soup - Reveal Day!

This is the big day, the day 200 participants of the 5th Bead Soup Party share what they made with random beads, focal and clasp they received from a random partner they were paired with by our lovely host, Lori Anderson.  Lori is the woman who created Bead Soup Blog Party and organizes the chaos.  The party has become so popular Lori receives hundreds upon hundreds of applicants to participate and then by random organizer 200 people are chosen.  I was lucky to be chosen to participate and this is my very first blog hop.

I was paired with a lovely lady in Augusta, Georgia by the name of Sonya Stille.  Sonya and I have communicated by email several times and have become good friends on Facebook.   As this bead soup party has been moving along Sonya and I have been learning more about one another.  We are quite similar, I believe.  She is a wife and mother, like me and we both seem to have similar personalities.  I think Sonya and I could sit down for a cup of coffee and chat for hours if given the opportunity.  I have also been discovering little things here and there about her beading and am very excited to see what she has done with the bead soup mix I have sent her.

I received a lovely parcel in the post from Sonya and it was exactly my style of beads, focal and toggle!  Even my husband looked at the mix and said, "Well, that certainly is you".  He knows me so well. :)

Let me dive right into this with a picture of the soup mix I received from Sonya.

Sonya sent me Snakeskin agates, brown freshwater pearls, copper flower shaped toggle and a pendant SHE made herself.

Here is a closer look at the pendant Sonya made.

So given this bead soup I knew immediately I was going to make a necklace and pair of earrings.  Of course, with the copper toggle and focal it was going to be all copper as well.  I poured through my bead boxes and found some beautiful Czech glass beads I recently purchased at my local bead store and I also recently purchased some decorative copper spacer beads that gave the timeless, antique feel I was aiming for this necklace.  The necklace went together quite quickly and I incorporated the beads Sonya sent with my personal stash and am quite pleased with the end result.  (I already had someone offer to buy the necklace!)

The necklace and earrings!

The earrings were something different for me.  I knew what I wanted them to look like, but wasn't quite sure how to get there as I have not worked a lot with 26 gauge wire and itty bitty beads like the freshwater pearls Sonya sent me.  I started with a couple of coppe hoops I had in my stash and I took a VERY LONG piece of 26 gauge wire and I started wrapping it around the hoop and stringing on pearls at intervals until I had this happy looking sun staring at me.  I then made a couple of earwires from eyepins and VOILA!  My earrings came together just like that.  Again, I was tickled and now have found a new love of small beads and 26 gauge wire.  Oh the new obsession this has created! LOL

Here are a few more pictures of my necklace and earrings.  Please hold on after these pictures for the piece that came out of nowhere!

 Another close-up of the beautiful focal made by Sonya and the sweet flower toggle she sent me.

The earrings using 26 guage wire and freshwater pearls, snakeskin agates dropping from them and my handmade earwires.

So, I finished these pieces over a week ago.  The designs for these two pieces came very quickly to me, but the other day I was making rings and this idea came into my head for a ring and my bead soup.  I quickly got to work and again, trying something new for me, I was pleased with how it turned out for my first try.  I used 1 of the snakeskin agates and wire wrapped it with 20 gauge wire on my steel ring mandrel, then I used 26 gauge wire and string freshwater pearls around the agate giving it a very elegant feel/look.  I didn't use copper on this piece like I did the first 2 pieces, I resorted back to my comfort zone, antique brass.  Here are a few pictures of how my bead soup ring turned out.

All in all I'm pleased with my creations, I enjoyed making them, I enjoyed the anticipation of seeing what Bead Soup Mix I was going to receive from Sonya, I enjoyed meeting Sonya and so many other talented jewelry designers in the Bead Soup Cafe and I feel this helped me to step a little outside of my comfort zone and take a risk at something new/different.   I would like to thank Lori Anderson ( for being such a wonderful hostess and again for organizing such a HUGE amount of people. 

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Now!  First, I am looking forward to hopping on over to my partners blog to see what she has created.  We can all catch up with Sonya at You can also follow Sonya on Facebook at  

Finally, there are 200 brilliant jewelry designers who participated in this Bead Soup Blog Party and below you can find a link to all their pages and see what creations they made with their soup mixes.  I'm looking forward to sitting down with a Diet Coke and enjoying all the lovely sites!  Thank you and Enjoy!

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Valentine's Day with my boys....

For us Valentine's Day has always been low-key, nothing over the top.  We have always thought of Valentine's Day as a day that we express a little more of our love to one another, but really why buy into all the chocolate hearts, blah, blah, blah, we know how much we love one another.  This year we actually have started a new tradition and I'm looking forward to it next year and for many more years...

Now, I'm not saying we don't give each other cards or do something a little special for one another, but again, nothing over the top.  We always try to give our son a little gift for the holidays, he truly is the center of our universe. 

Valentine's Day lasted 2 days in our house this year, Monday & Tuesday.  Our little guy had his party at pre-school on Monday, he handed out his CARS Valentine's complete with lollipops, he gave each teacher a handmade Valentine (he was so proud of them) and a pair of earrings made by yours truly.  I also made some cookies for his party, Red & Pink M&M Monster Cookies.  All in all he had a great day on Monday at pre-school.

Tuesday is a day off from pre-school and being that my little guy seems to have a cold we decided to make Valentine's Day a Pajama Day.  We cuddled up on the sofa this morning and watched Lady & the Tramp (one of his Valentine's Day gifts from Mommy & Daddy).

As we were watching Lady & the Tramp I was thinking how fitting this movie was for Valentine's Day.  It was very sweet and I think I enjoyed it more now as an adult than  I did as a child.  Perhaps watching it and seeing how much joy it brought to my little guy made it that much more special. 

My Darling Husband texted me to see if he could bring home some Valentine's Day lunch for us....AND who turns that down??  So, we ended up with some yummy lunch and these fine fellows came along too...

They came for lunch, but they didn't  make it out alive... Yum!

And finally our 'New Valentine's Day Tradition', we had personal size, handmade, heart-shaped pizzas for supper...

When we make homemade pizzas its always such an enjoyable process.  We all gather around the work station and make up our pizzas.  We all chatter on about how our own pizza is going to be the best, but in the end we all agree our darling son's will taste the best. :)  I highly recommend heart-shaped pizzas not just for Valentine's Day, but anytime.  Its super fun and gives whimsy to a meal for your kiddo's.

Well, there it is our Valentine's Day wrapped up in Lady & the Tramp, Chocolate covered Strawberries and Heart-Shaped Pizza's.  Yes, I think it was a fine Valentine's Day indeed.

Many blessings,

Monday, 6 February 2012

Mmmm Mmmm Good....

That's what a bowl of Bead Soup is Mmmm Mmmm good! 

I love living in an older neighborhood, aside from the fact my mail is delivered right to my door, I also get it by 10 a.m. everyday!  So, as I went down the hall to the front door and opened it I was surprised with a BIG envelope from my Bead Soup partner, Sonya Stille.  Let's just say this 39 year old skipped back down the hall into the livingroom, that's right, I skipped.  

Let me back up a little so in case your just joining me you have an idea of what Bead Soup is... Our lovely Hostess, Lori Anderson ( has this wonderful event called Bead Soup Blog Party.  She organizes this awesome event and allows 200 participants.  You are drawn at random and then paired with another beader.  You exchange information with your partner and then send a lovely arrangement of beads, a focal and a clasp to each other in the hopes of pushing each other outside of your comfort zone for creativity.  Then during the reveal day all 200 participants post their creations on their blogs and we do a blog hop looking at all the lovely masterpieces. 

This is my very first Bead Soup Blog Party and I am thrilled, so Thank You very much Lori for this experience and for putting so much effort into making this event a reality.  You're truly amazing!

I was partnered with Sonya Stille from Augusta, Georgia.  Sonya and I have exchanged a few emails and are starting to become good friends on Facebook.  I have shared details of my beading experience with Sonya and I am starting to catch little glimpses of her work, let me say I'm impressed.  Sonya is a wife and mother to 2 little ones.  Sonya is currently working on opening her Etsy Shop and has started a Facebook page for her jewelry, visit her when you can & give her a 'like' (  Here is some Seed Beading Sonya has done, very pretty, something I haven't tried (yet).

Now on with the 'Soup'....after skipping back to the livingroom like a school girl, I tore open my envelope to find a lovely box.  I have to apologize right now to Sonya, my packaging is not pretty.  Please forgive me, this caught me in the middle of moving houses. 

Didn't I say the box was lovely?

My Yummy Soup Mix.  Thank you Sonya for the gorgeous selection just up my alley.  My husband even said when he saw it "Well, that is definitely something you would design with." 
Clockwise: Brown Freshwater Pearls, Snakeskin Agate, Copper Flower Toggle, Custom Copper pendant made by Sonya.

Here's a closer look at the focal.  Sonya texturized, annealed, soldered a bezel and placed the cabochon.  She also riveted the bail and patina'd the whole piece.  Wow!  Pictures don't do the piece justice, its a beauty.  Thank you Sonya!

Well, there it is my Bead Soup and I already have ideas rolling around, now to get busy for the March 3rd reveal date/blog hop!

All the best until the next time,

Here is a list of the other participants, when you have time please visit their pages and give them a follow.
1.  Adlinah Kamsir (Kingdom of Bahrain) and Hajer Waheed (Singapore)
2. Adrienn Lukacs (Hungary) and Agata Grygiel (Poland)
3.  Agi Kiss (Hungary) and Carolien Muller-Genger (the Netherlands)
4.  Agnes Asztalos (Hungary) and B.R. Kuhlman
7.  Alicia Marinache (Canada) and Dita Basu

15.  Bonnie Coursolle (Canada) and Fay Wolfenden (Canada)
16.  Carmel McGinley (Australia) and Tracy Stillman (Australia)

21.  Cheryl Brown (Canada) and Diana Ptaszynski
22.  Christina Stofmeel (the Netherlands) and Eva Kovacs (Hungary)
24.  Cilla Watkins (Canada) and Elaine Robitaille (Canada)
25.  Sabrina Straub (Switzerland) and Kathy Combs

32.  Dee Elgie (UK) and Joanne Lockwood (UK)
33.  Dian Hierschel (Germany) and Eniko Fabian (Austria)
37.  Doris Stumpf (Germany) and Eszter Czibulyas (Hungary)
39.  Elke Leonhardt-Rath (Germany) and Marjolein Trewavas (UK)

41.  Erika Nooteboom (the Netherlands) and Giorgia Rossini (Italy)
45.  Ginger Bishop (military, Okinawa) and Martina Nagele (Germany)
48.  Helene Goldberg (Australia) and Karen Vincent


54.  Joanna Matuszczyk (Poland) and Julianna Kis (Hungary)
55.  Joanne Tinley (UK) and Michaela Pabeschitz (Austria)

65.  Kristina Johansson (Sweden) and Penny Neville (Canada)
66.  Krisztina Erlaki-Toth (Hungary) and Nicole Keller (Germany)


76.  Lori Finney (Canada) and Marie-Noel Voyer-Cramp (Canada)
78.  Marta Kaczerowska (Poland) and Milla Starchik (Canada)

83.  Michelle Jensen (Canada) and Sandra Young (Canada)

92.  Rosa Maria Cuevas (Mexico) and Tejae Floyde
93.  Sabine Dittrich (Germany) and Sally Russick
95.  Shanti Johnson and Tracy Mok (Canada)
97.  Sonya Stille and Traci Zeller (Canada)
98.  Stefanie Teufel (Germany) and Tania Hagen (New Zealand)