Jewelry - Part 2

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Larkspur Studio features funky jewelry created by Amy DeVoe. Her hand-painted pendants are my favorite! See more of Amy's work on Facebook.

Lindsay Designs features colorful glass jewelry designs that are bold, yet very wearable. Lindsay Field offers a variety of accessories, including necklaces, earrings & more.

One of my favorite booth set-ups belonged to Maggie Younkin of maggie may i. She gives new life to game pieces by turning them into eye-catching accessories.

I love perusing the repurposed jewelry designs by Mary's Madness. Old silver spoons & other items become interesting accessories when embellished.

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Paper Jewelry by Ina Crowe is another "upcycler" who creates beautiful earrings using bits of paper. A much more fashionable way to recycle paper, wouldn't you say?

Peculiar Pieces offers beautiful jewelry designs created by husband & wife duo Betty & Stanley Scott and sister Scheretta Scott. Their designs will enable you to make a lovely statement.

Designer Maureen Kirchdoerfer of Release Me Creations creates what she describes as styles that are funky, unique, gothic punk, and glamorous. You know you're intrigued, so check it out!

Deb Ragsdill of Relics Re-Invented puts a new modern spin on heirlooms. Her hand-crafted one-of-a-kind jewelry creations & crosses are created using broken china & glass, funky hardware, found objects & elements of the past.

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Robbie Jenkins is always one of my favorite artists to interact with. Her quirky personality shines through in all her creations. She offers pendants that are always popular at events, as well as mixed media & metal artwork.

Silverlicious offers eclectic styles of hand-crafted sterling silver jewelry made from hammered wire mixed with sterling silver beads and semiprecious stones. Patricia Ann Gray's designs are consistently beautiful!

Terri McAshan of Stained Glass Creations specializes in hand-etching original designs inspired by nature & music on fused glass. The results are gorgeous one-of-a-kind creations.

Martha Latta is THE original Sunday Afternoon Housewife! Her variety of Scrabble tile, poker chip & glass pendants feature various eye-catching images. She also offers several online workshops & downloads that are aimed at helping small indie businesses grow.

2 comments:

Martha Latta / Sunday Afternoon Housewife said...

Thanks so much for the sweet little write up and for mentioning not only my jewelry, but my classes and downloadables!

RMC said...

So super awesome! So many talented jewelry crafters!!!