Lovely work. I really like it. Do be my friend. I am working with hemp, bamboo, nettle, soya, cactus etc. from Nepal. I would love for you to design some necklaces and bracelets for me. Do you do things like that? I hope to hear from you. Take care,
hi all! i am new to ning and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on how to best use this website. i make jewelry and am also interested in spreading the word about my website- http://www.karmakreations.weebly.com. i am so open to all creative suggestions, feedback or concerns.
thanks a bunch!!
interested jewelry buyers, marketing ideas and resources for finding a jewelry sales rep.
About me / About business or organisation:
I have considered myself an 'artist' from as early as I can remember. My first memory of exploring the world of art came from my love of drawing. As a child, as long as I had paper and some sort of drawing utensil, I was quite satisfied. My subject matter of interest has always involved people, in some form or fashion. My love of bright colors is shown through all of my drawings, paintings, prints and now jewelry creations! Combining interest in fashion trends, cultural influences and the psychology behind colors, designing and creating jewelry satisfies my creative needs on every level!
I am an active volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, Fields to Families and MUSC's Children's Hospital. I am an active and contributing member of the Charleston community, often participating in local arts and crafts fairs and benefit shows.
Career history / Company history:
I received my Master of Arts degree from the University of Colorado. My area's of concentration were in Educational Psychology and Early Childhood Education. Prior to that, I completed my undergraduate degree from William Woods university. There, I studied Visual Arts and Mass Communications/Journalism. Since moving to South Carolina, I have become a certified Teacher Trainer, presenting workshops on the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education.
Currently, I am taking an extended break in the field of education and am focusing all of my creative energy in creating and spreading the word about my unqique, handmade jewelry!