I have been a freelance artisan jewelry designer for over the past ten years.
I take great pride in creating each unique piece.
I pride myself in high quality workmanship, gained from many years of
bench work and jewelry classes.
It began as a Christmas gift for my daughter, who wanted a bead making kit.
Like a typical eleven year old, she got bored.
Then I picked up beading as a little hobby and couldn't put it down.
In 2006 I started studying at a well-known jewelry making school
where I continue to take classes to perfect my skills.
My work is primarily made from natural pearls and semi-precious gemstones.
I offer a blend of limited production and one of a kind jewelry.
I create what I dream and love what I do.
My unique designs usually come to me in dreams and are also inspired
by the gems and stones themselves.
I hope you enjoy my jewelry as much as I enjoyed making it.
How I Got Into Soapmaking
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