Jewelry Basic class

Teaching a Jewelry 101 Basics class at the White Lake JoAnn Fabric & Crafts store on Highland Rd. Class is from 4-6:30 pm. Only a few seats still available! stop by and sign up for the class! If you can’t make this class, I also have private classes available. Just call me at 734-502-3533 to schedule your private class!    

Dessert Storm; Tribute to Our Military

When I set out designing this bead line I did not know what to expect of its fate. This is one line that I opened up to my customers to name. One of the names submitted was ‘Dessert Storm’. I found this to be a perfect name and decided to pay tribute to our armed forces everywhere. To our Armed Forces of the United States of America, we honor your…

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Dedicated to Tracy Kohls

My friend and Maid of Honor, Tracy Kohls was a really sweet friend, mother and wife who passed away from Marfan Syndrome at a young age. I created this bead line with Tracy in mind and wanted to honor her memory. The flower petal bead is a manipulated slice from the original cane. The colors are soft and bright just as she was. I chose a pink to remind me…

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Dr. Seuss Anyone?

This polymer clay bead line was an easy one to name. Take a moment and see if you can figure out why this one is named Dr. Seuss … … … … Ready? … Well…do you remember the Dr. Seuss books from when you were growing up?… Remember the blue color that was used in the books?… The crazy pictures? …Yep!… that is the story behind this bead line! The…

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Date: March 20, 2013

Author: Artisan

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Safari Bride Gift

No…This did not come from a tribe in the safari. This was the first jewelry set where I made it all from the custom handmade polymer clay beads to ALL the wire work including the toggle clasps and ear wires. This was inspired by my friend Deb who, upon finding a jewelry book at Costco, suggested that I do wire work. I decided to go from Costco straight to my…

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