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My partner for the Swap N Hop is Andrea Frank. We have had some good dialogue about our likes and dislikes. I am starting to gather my beads for her, getting excited to get our packages exchanged. I am also looking forward to the reveal to see everyone’s creations.
I started this blog to share my love for jewelry creations and sharing the love of other artists in many mediums. I am dedicated to posting to my blog regularly to help grow my business. I have also included the links for my Instagram and Facebook business page. I am looking forward to my first adventure with Bead Peeps Swap N Hop!!
My typical style is boho chic, boho, sometimes earthy and classic. I enjoy all types of jewelry and often come up with ideas that may not seem conventional, I prefer unique and one of a kind designs. Some of my favorite colors are teal, turquoise and purple, and you can never go wrong with good ole black and white (which is most of my wardrobe). About the only thing I don’t work with is seed beads and bead weaving, prefer more dramatic bold pieces.
I enjoy working with mixed media using sari silk, Czech beads, and artist beads, often adding some type of chain to create an asymmetrical look. I make my own ear wires as well as jewelry clasps. I recently ordered about 2 dozen metal stamps along with supplies and I am looking forward to creating charms and clasps to sell and use in my own jewelry designs.