One of my inspirations is what I consider the beautiful mixture of colors and hues that I find in South Asian cultures. This picture depicts one of the gorgeous styles from www.DollyFashions.com and is called Salwar Kameez style that describes the pants and long shirt that is popular in South and Central Asia. When I was deployed to Kuwait, I fell in love with the rich colors and brought that inspiration to my jewelry designs. My sister actually liked this bracelet so much that I had to make one for her on the spot! Although the colors stayed the same, the design varies so every one of my customers has a unique, one-of-a-kind piece. If you would like to see some of my newest designs, please go to the home page for the gallery. You can also LIKE my Face Book page! Have a great weekend!
This summer, I had the pleasure of meeting my mother's high school classmate's daughter, Steffie, who is half Korean and was born and raised in Germany. She speaks German, French and English beautifully and has a bright and adventurous personality. We liked her instantly! She asked me to make a bracelet for her. I told her it would mean more if she made it herself. I sat her down at my design table and she chose the beads. I instructed her on how to make a memory coil bracelet and gave examples. Three hours later, a masterpiece in creativity emerged. This smile is what makes teaching exciting and fun. She had never worked with beading before and her innate talents showed through this beautiful bracelet. If you are interested in learning how to make a bracelet for yourself, contact me. Have a safe and wonderful Labor Day weekend!
My name is Caroline and