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Amy and Matt live on a small hobby farm in Western Wisconsin. The name Full Circle Studio comes from their passion for recycling and reusing materials in their art. That’s not to say that everything they use is reused but, what isn’t, is at least friendly to the earth.

Amy is an accomplished jewelry designer. Her work can be found on our new Etsy site - FCstudiojewelry. Her unique sense of balance and tasteful color selection shows in every piece. Customers describe her work as fun and playful and they love the variety of styles she produces. They also appreciate the quality of her materials. Amy uses mostly glass and stone beads but also works with other natural materials like wood and bone. Many of the beads are restrung from jewelry found in estate sales and she’s recently started using vintage buttons and other old parts and pieces which really add a lot of interest to her designs…

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  • Joined January 20, 2008

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Wood, Metal, Reused, Recycled, Salvaged, Upcycled

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About

Amy and Matt live on a small hobby farm in Western Wisconsin. The name Full Circle Studio comes from their passion for recycling and reusing materials in their art. That’s not to say that everything they use is reused but, what isn’t, is at least friendly to the earth.

Amy is an accomplished jewelry designer. Her work can be found on our new Etsy site - FCstudiojewelry. Her unique sense of balance and tasteful color selection shows in every piece. Customers describe her work as fun and playful and they love the variety of styles she produces. They also appreciate the quality of her materials. Amy uses mostly glass and stone beads but also works with other natural materials like wood and bone. Many of the beads are restrung from jewelry found in estate sales and she’s recently started using vintage buttons and other old parts and pieces which really add a lot of interest to her designs.

Matt has a wide range of experience in the arts. He especially enjoys working with salvaged materials like wood, metal parts and pieces (especially rusty metal) and other natural materials found in the woods. He also works in pottery and plans to begin combining the pottery pieces with some of his found objects.

Matt’s other interest is antiques and collectibles which he’s dealt in for over ten years. You’ll find some of these items on Etsy along with bird houses, frames, small furniture and interesting items from reused materials. Thanks for looking!

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