Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Spring Jewelry

Hello, Thank you for visiting my blog. I am making an effort to post more often and let you know more of my jewelry inspirations, when I will be adding more jewelry to my etsy store, and just get more feedback from you. Please participate in the poll on my page, I am wanting to know what types of jewelry designs you are interested in buying.

Most of the growth of my business comes from friends and co-workers who want me to make a specific piece of jewelry for them or as a gift for someone else. I enjoy the creative challenge in designing a piece of jewelry that meets or exceeds the expectations that they have.

Most of my inspirations come from colors, designs, and nature around me and the seasons in nature. I also often make a piece of jewelry that will complement and display the pattern and style of an outfit.

I am also expanding my jewelry for sale to include more men's jewelry and earrings and bracelets. I will be adding to my etsy store this weekend. I am taking some time off this week from my full time job to get some jewelry made.

Some of my favorite colors for spring are combinations of blues and greens and also combinations of peach, orange and coral. But I also like yellows, and greens with brown for spring. And I especially like incorporating pearls, shells, wood for spring jewelry. I am very much interested in knowing what you would like to see in terms of colors and materials for your spring jewelry. Please participate in my poll and/or send me a note.

You can also visit me on Indiepublic for more information on me and for networking with fellow artists and designers. The link is on the side of the page. Thanks for visiting and please come back soon.

1 comment:

Jessica Haley said...

Hi, Amy. Thanks for visiting my blog. I have added you on a link to mine.

Can I make a suggestion? Maybe you could blog more about your life. I have read that people like to read blogs b/c they are personal and reveal more about the personality behind a business. I'm certainly no expert, I just read that in some blog tips online. Good luck to you and your jewelry!