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UPDATE: Valentine's Day is just around the corner. I've got four items that are sure to warm a woman's heart over. 10% of the proceeds for these four items will go to the American Heart Association. Purchase these items by February 28th!

At this point in time I am selling what beads I have too many of...mostly to make space in my craft room. 'Smile' This will also give me the opportunity to purchase different types of beads to make more creative pieces.

Beads, Beads and more Beads: Neck Wraps, Swanks, Lariats, Belts, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, Anklets, Bookmarks and more...

I started Beaded Creations during the spring of 2003. My daughter and I were making beaded anklets for the summer months and decided to venture into more elaborate jewelry pieces. I am continuously striving for unique, versatile jewelry. I also…

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  • Female
  • Born on November 12
  • Joined January 7, 2006

Favorite materials

Seed Beads, Pendants, Silver, Copper, Glass, Beads, Pottery

About

UPDATE: Valentine's Day is just around the corner. I've got four items that are sure to warm a woman's heart over. 10% of the proceeds for these four items will go to the American Heart Association. Purchase these items by February 28th!

At this point in time I am selling what beads I have too many of...mostly to make space in my craft room. 'Smile' This will also give me the opportunity to purchase different types of beads to make more creative pieces.

Beads, Beads and more Beads: Neck Wraps, Swanks, Lariats, Belts, Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, Anklets, Bookmarks and more...

I started Beaded Creations during the spring of 2003. My daughter and I were making beaded anklets for the summer months and decided to venture into more elaborate jewelry pieces. I am continuously striving for unique, versatile jewelry. I also like to "imaginate" to see what kind of funky but simple things I can come up with. Thanks for viewing my items and I hope you see something you like.

My story: As my youngest child started school and I found myself home with no job and very bored, I decided to see what talents were hidden within me. Creating jewelry, I discovered, was just one of the several ways of expressing myself. In addition, I was on the hunt for a job that allowed a hearing impaired woman to be successful. In 2006, I finally found a career that not only accommodated my disability, but also allowed me to be home with my children after school. This has left me with very little time to create jewelry masterpieces but I am slowly building that back into my schedule.

A bit of history: I started wearing hearing aids when I was four years old. In addition, my sister and I are now living with a condition called Usher Syndrome. A simple explanation of this condition is this: deafness and blindness (more specifically Retinitis Pigmentosa). Half of the proceeds from my shop will go toward the Foundation Fighting Blindness (www.blindness.org/) which supports research for the life-altering condition of blindness. You can also follow my Facebook page to learn more about Usher Syndrome (www.facebook.com/UsherMeIn).

I thank you from the bottom of my heart for each purchase and even a viewing.

Have a wonderful day and thanks for taking the time to read my Bio.

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