Erica Darlin's Profile

About

Hello! My name is Erica.

While I am a Midwesterner at heart, I currently live in Echo Park, California. I was born and raised in Ohio and am an alumni of Ohio University College of Business. Go Bobcats! My husband, Adam, and I made the trek across the country to southern California about 10 years ago and I have loved every minute of my time here.

I have a strong passion for the outside world and the environment. I grew up spending a lot of time in nature. Our family vacations were almost always camping, canoeing, and hiking trips. I am very earth-friendly in my lifestyle. I enjoy biking as much as possible, shopping at my local farmers market, and treasure hunting at yard sales, flea markets, and thrift stores. I believe that even the accessories in my life can be earth-friendly.

I have been making…

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  • Female
  • Born on August 25
  • Joined November 17, 2009

Favorite materials

magazines, wood, cotton, leather, gemstones, sterling silver, hemp

Shop

DeepBlueNotion
Paper Crafts from recycled magazines

About

Hello! My name is Erica.

While I am a Midwesterner at heart, I currently live in Echo Park, California. I was born and raised in Ohio and am an alumni of Ohio University College of Business. Go Bobcats! My husband, Adam, and I made the trek across the country to southern California about 10 years ago and I have loved every minute of my time here.

I have a strong passion for the outside world and the environment. I grew up spending a lot of time in nature. Our family vacations were almost always camping, canoeing, and hiking trips. I am very earth-friendly in my lifestyle. I enjoy biking as much as possible, shopping at my local farmers market, and treasure hunting at yard sales, flea markets, and thrift stores. I believe that even the accessories in my life can be earth-friendly.

I have been making jewelry for over 16 years. I had the pleasure to work for and learn from a close family friend when I was in high school and college. During that time, I learned traditional jewelry making techniques and worked mainly with semi precious gemstones. Today, I apply those same techniques when working with paper products.


To read more about how the shop came to be, visit my Facebook page here:

https://www.facebook.com/deepbluenotion

For a peek into my earth-friendly lifestyle, visit my Tumblr page here:

https://www.deepbluenotion.tumblr.com

and you can find me on instagram here:

https://www.instagram.com/deepbluenotion/

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