Megan Petersen's Profile

About

Check out my Etsy shop for originally designed, handmade glass eye cabochons: http://SteampunkDream.etsy.com

A little bit about me:
I grew up and continue to reside in beautiful and weather-unpredictable Eastern Washington. I have always had a knack for art and all things creative. I started beading and jewelry making around the age of 5, and continued expanding from there. I've synchronized my artistic talents with my computer skills and found I could use both gracefully in the field of Graphic Design. I went to college for Designing at Whitworth University and received my BA in 2008. Since then, I have been doing design work full-time for the state's second largest school district and for several real estate companies and businesses on a freelance basis. I never could stop making jewelry, however, and continue to do so with every spare minute I can find…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 23
  • Joined November 7, 2010

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glass cabochons, graphics from MegansCreativeDesign

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SteampunkDream
Glass Eyes for Steampunk Jewelry and...

About

Check out my Etsy shop for originally designed, handmade glass eye cabochons: http://SteampunkDream.etsy.com

A little bit about me:
I grew up and continue to reside in beautiful and weather-unpredictable Eastern Washington. I have always had a knack for art and all things creative. I started beading and jewelry making around the age of 5, and continued expanding from there. I've synchronized my artistic talents with my computer skills and found I could use both gracefully in the field of Graphic Design. I went to college for Designing at Whitworth University and received my BA in 2008. Since then, I have been doing design work full-time for the state's second largest school district and for several real estate companies and businesses on a freelance basis. I never could stop making jewelry, however, and continue to do so with every spare minute I can find.

I have been making glass eye cabochons for myself for over 6 years, and incorporated them into my beaded jewelry. It was after several other artists insisted that I sell them on their own (they wanted some for their projects) I decided to list them on Etsy and in my website.

Other artists have taken my originally designed glass eyes and used them for way more than I ever thought possible. Not only are they being included in beautiful beaded designs, but also as the focal pieces of wire-wrapped jewelry, bezel pendants, polymer clay sculptures, plush dolls, paper mache creations, taxidermy and more. I continue to be impressed by what creativity there is out there over a single source of inspiration.

There are hundreds of original glass eye designs in my Etsy shop. However, if even after browsing though them you don't find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact me for a custom order. I would love to make something especially for you!

I look forward to hearing from you, and answering any questions you may have.

I have 4 other shops on Etsy:

Check out my Graphic Design shop at: http://www.etsy.com/shop/MegansCreativeDesign

My beaded jewelry and hair accessories shop:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/MegansBeadedDesigns

My other jewelry shops (because I like to overwhelm myself):
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Glamour365
http://www.etsy.com/shop/EyeJewelry

Find me on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/megansbeadeddesigns

Or on Instagram at: http://instagram.com/megansbeadeddesigns

Or follow me on Twitter:
http://twitter.com/Glamour365

Or follow me on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/glamour365

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