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silver leaf stamped earrings

Silver Leaf Stamped Earrings

It’s been almost three years since I last designed a new jewelry piece. I stepped away when I lost that spark for making jewelry, when the “want to” became “have to”. I’ve even turned down a few custom requests. But I received one recently that touched my heart and I couldn’t say no. And in […]

A Life Lesson Learned via USPS

It was the Spring of 2012, just a few months after I began selling jewelry. Up to that point, all of my jewelry orders had been from friends and family members. They were (are) so supportive that way. I was thrilled when I received an order from someone I didn’t know, someone who found me […]

Custom Artist Palette Necklace Pendant

Recently I had the honor of making this artist palette necklace pendant for a fellow artist and friend. She’s a super talented painter, so when she asked me to make a custom piece just for her, I was extremely flattered. She had a strong design idea for me to work with, knowing she wanted paints […]

3 Valuable Studio Tips for the Artist, Jeweler or Name-Your-Crafter

For generations studio artists have adopted their own personal ways to be more efficient in their work, saving both time and money.  And when it comes to problem solving, artists naturally get creative. When I saw this first tip shared by my friend, fine art painter and instructor Dawn Kinney Martin, I couldn’t believe how simple […]

A Simple Act of Love

This copper twist ring came back to me from a young lady who needed to have it re-sized for her fiancé. She sent it back in the original kraft jewelry box that I packaged it in, except this time, I received it hand-painted as a special surprise for him when he opened it again. Isn’t […]

In Recent Weeks

Maybe a little-known fact about me: I like technology, but I don’t like paying for it. That’s ironic for someone with an IT background, isn’t it? A prime example is my cell phone. A friend recently asked when seeing it: “Is that a flip phone?”

Mixed Metal Teardrops

It’s easy to get frustrated when a design doesn’t go as planned, but if you push through, it almost always works itself out. I began these mixed metal teardrops with a completely different vision for the teardrop shape (I didn’t plan on a teardrop at all), but I think the end result turned out even […]

Pebble Mixed Metal Jewelry

I haven’t worked with hand-formed chain too much before now, but I really enjoy the rich texture of hammered wire. When a thick gauge is used, it has a nice weight to it. These are a couple variations of the “Pebble” theme. Made from copper and sterling silver, I go back to mixed metal jewelry […]