I love being married, being retired and living in Coronado! I never imagined having my own website and making such beautiful products.
I have been going to flea markets since I was a child. My first collection-obsession was vintage buttons – and it continues to this day!
I love what I do and do what I love! That is, making hand made authentic sea glass jewelry. I also love people, and that’s why I started the “North East Sea Glass Society”…. www.northeastseaglasssociety.ning. It is a social gathering for sea glass collectors and artists through out New England. We schedule events at different beaches to hunt for sea… View Post
New-“ish” to the world of crafting, these sisters from Kentucky are ready to unleash their bling on the world.
In her featured crafter interview Lucy said, “Thank you for supporting the handmade community and making people’s dreams come true.” You’re welcome – it’s people like you that make this site worthwhile! We’re thankful that you’ve chosen to make these beautiful crafts while putting your dream job of becoming a mahout (an elephant care-taker/trainer) on temporary hold. Maybe you can… View Post
From Verona, Italy, today’s featured crafter turned to handmade crafts when she ran into trouble with her job. Turning to creating as therapy, she now hopes to make a career out of her handcrafted jewelry. We wish you the best of luck Roberta, and don’t forget about us little people when Madama Robè hits the big time!
Em told us in her featured interview that she longs to live somewhere that the sun shines year round. Well Em, you can come visit me anytime you please in sunny San Diego, as long as you promise to bring me a few of your gorgeous handmade pieces – I’ll supply the cereal if you supply the rings! Thanks for… View Post