Monday, November 30, 2009


I haven't made rings in a long time. I made this today while vending at a Holiday Fair at University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG). It's major bling! Gorgeous, amazing clarity 18mm Swarovski Crystal Graphic Bead in Jet wire wrapped on high quality sterling silver 18 gauge wire. Now available in my etsy store!

Tuesday, November 24, 2009


Remember shoulder dusters? They were hot in the 1980's. Incredibly long earrings that graze your shoulders. So sexy! I made a pair last night and these are my favorites! Disco ball-ish glass beads are attached to copper chain. Get them now! You will be the hottest chick at your office's holiday party!

Buy them during my Birthday Sale! From November 25th - 27th everything in my etsy shop will be 25% off!

Thursday, November 12, 2009

10 Things I'm Feeling For November (no particular order)

1. Open Toed Booties

2. My Birthday

3. Thanksgiving (So Much to be Thankful for)

4. My Infinity Scarf (Made by my Sorority Sister Frances Frost)

5. My Candle Necklace (see future blog post)

6. Sydney Austin Designs Fringe Necklace

7. New Moon, Precious, Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol 3D (Movies I want to see)

8. Marbled Distressed Jeans

9. Pearls and Brooches

10. Celebrating in Wilmington, DE with my Sorority Sisters on 11/21!!

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Too Many Earrings?? Never!

A girl can never have too many earrings! Take advantage of my earring sale this week (11/8 - 11/14). Buy 1 pair of earrings at retail price, get 2nd pair for 50% off (lesser or equal value). Stock up! My earrings make great gifts!

The earrings above are currently available in my etsy shop. They feature gorgeous recycled glass beads that dangle from vintage brass railroad tags! How awesome! Yes, the tags are different, but I like different! It's boring looking like everyone else! Be original!

I vended at my sorority's (Alpha Kappa Alpha) Women's Entreprenuer Networking Vendor Fair this past Sunday and a Soror of mine really liked the aqua pair shown above. Her line number was #22. But she was a college student with a tight budget!