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My first memories of jewelry design were the clover blossom necklaces my older sister taught me to make when I was three. With a biologist father and artist mother, I was always a keen observer of the natural world, and thought I would become a medical illustrator. My career twisted and turned. A few years later I walked into a bead store and was captivated. Thus began Tiny Baubles--What a princess wears on her day off .

I find my inspiration in treasures from the earth and sea--unusual gemstones and pearls. Growing up in the South and a love of flower gardening have influenced my feminine, delicate style of jewelry. I make everyday pieces that can go from jeans to a little black dress effortlessly.

Visit my new destash shop: www.etsy.com/shop/TinyBaublesDestash…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 15
  • Joined January 24, 2009

Favorite materials

keshi pearls, labradorite, rainbow moonstone, tourmaline, chocolate

About

My first memories of jewelry design were the clover blossom necklaces my older sister taught me to make when I was three. With a biologist father and artist mother, I was always a keen observer of the natural world, and thought I would become a medical illustrator. My career twisted and turned. A few years later I walked into a bead store and was captivated. Thus began Tiny Baubles--What a princess wears on her day off .

I find my inspiration in treasures from the earth and sea--unusual gemstones and pearls. Growing up in the South and a love of flower gardening have influenced my feminine, delicate style of jewelry. I make everyday pieces that can go from jeans to a little black dress effortlessly.

Visit my new destash shop: www.etsy.com/shop/TinyBaublesDestash

Feel guilty buying something for yourself? Don't. Buy a little something fun for the man in your life in my new shop: www.etsy.com/shop/TieMeUpandDyeMe

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