I also let her know that while on the stores website, I saw many other artists who had made jewellery from wire and wool etc( as well as others who use swarovski crystals etc...), and that they have also technically assembled their jewellery, as they did not make the wire or wool, and do you know what her reply was - NOTHING.
That was a week and a half ago now.
I guess though it would have killed her or caused her great agony to send me an email saying unfortunately it wasn't going to work, or to let me know there was nothing that could be changed, or to at least let me know that I was not going to be in the gallery, but still wish me the best of luck etc... but no, that would have been, whats the word, POLITE.
However, as this years new years resolution was to learn and try and not stress over my business.... I am determined to write the 3 things I have learnt from this experience.
1, Don't count your eggs before they hatch - I sadly told people about my exciting news, I now regret this
2, No matter how nice people seem, they can always surprise you and turn to liars with bad public relation skills
3, make sure you read the fine print, and if there isn't any ASK FOR IT!
with this post ending, I hereby was my hands of this annoying and disappointing experience, and move on to the next phase of the plan.....
p.s do you have a similiar story .....