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My most favorite thing in the world to do is create. Whether it be music, books, jewelry, cuisine, laughter, a home for animals, or freedom.

I've always loved creating things. I remember in elementary and middle school I was making jewelry (mostly earrings and some bracelets) and selling them to kids in my school (and occasionally their moms!). In late middle school, I teamed up with my mom and sold handmade jewelry at a crafts festival one autumn and in an antique fair the next year.

In the beginning years of highschool, I focused mainly on writing poetry, short stories, and even worked on a few lost-cause novels.
As highschool wore on, I returned to creating jewelry once more, but this time with an all natural twist. My personal style had changed to an earthy, organic look (most call it hippie-ish (okay, fine, so I do…

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  • Female
  • Born on March 18
  • Joined December 9, 2009

Favorite materials

Paper, grapevine, wire, canvas, thread, ribbon, twine, lightbulbs, pencils and ink pens, fabric, feathers, leather, rocks

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About

My most favorite thing in the world to do is create. Whether it be music, books, jewelry, cuisine, laughter, a home for animals, or freedom.

I've always loved creating things. I remember in elementary and middle school I was making jewelry (mostly earrings and some bracelets) and selling them to kids in my school (and occasionally their moms!). In late middle school, I teamed up with my mom and sold handmade jewelry at a crafts festival one autumn and in an antique fair the next year.

In the beginning years of highschool, I focused mainly on writing poetry, short stories, and even worked on a few lost-cause novels.
As highschool wore on, I returned to creating jewelry once more, but this time with an all natural twist. My personal style had changed to an earthy, organic look (most call it hippie-ish (okay, fine, so I do have dreadlocks)).
But anyhow, my work reflected my style. I made earrings and bracelets out of grapevines, learned macramé, borrowed my Grandma's sewing machine and made some clothes (my first being a brown layered skirt that my little sister now wears), and got pretty into recycling and repurposing every day items.
My pièce de résistance so far being the Clear Thinking Lightbulb Vase. I love making them and have only broken two lightbulbs so far!

I continue to search for and find new ways to recycle all manner of items, from tin cans, to old sweaters. It's quite an adventure!

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