Heidi Zeller's Profile

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My passion for jewelry design started when my mother bought me my first seed beads when I was 6 years old. It was how I passed some of my time during summer vacations growing up. Over time, my craft evolved. Mostly self-taught, I experimented with new materials and designs for years. Once I discovered natural stones, I started using their healing energy and stunning hues as inspiration in my one-of-a-kind pieces.
Beads, stones, and jewelry date back to the earliest human civilizations who used them in trade, rituals, healing, and loving adornment. I am honored to carry on these ancient traditions by creating and sharing my designs with all who will wear them and appreciate their inherent beauty.

I love beads. I have been collecting beads since that day my mother gifted me my first beads to "play with". Since them I've collected beads from…

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  • Female
  • Joined March 9, 2011

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Beads, Natural Stones, Faceted Gemstones, Metal, Unique Findings, Eastern beads and pendants

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About

My passion for jewelry design started when my mother bought me my first seed beads when I was 6 years old. It was how I passed some of my time during summer vacations growing up. Over time, my craft evolved. Mostly self-taught, I experimented with new materials and designs for years. Once I discovered natural stones, I started using their healing energy and stunning hues as inspiration in my one-of-a-kind pieces.
Beads, stones, and jewelry date back to the earliest human civilizations who used them in trade, rituals, healing, and loving adornment. I am honored to carry on these ancient traditions by creating and sharing my designs with all who will wear them and appreciate their inherent beauty.

I love beads. I have been collecting beads since that day my mother gifted me my first beads to "play with". Since them I've collected beads from all over the world. Every time I go somewhere, I will keep an eye out for beads. Authentic, natural, ethnic, and colorful.
Some of the beads are antiques, some glass, some wood, but most of them are stones....solid, energized, natural stones.

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