Stacy Perry's Profile

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Hi! I'm Stacy Perry and I've been providing supplies, tools and tutorials for fellow jewelry makers here on Etsy for a few years now. My supply shop is called hodgepodgerie-necessites. www.hodgepodgerie.etsy.com I chose the name 'necessities' because it offers many of the necessary items for making jewelry. This shop I call 'hodgepodgerie-adornments' because, well, it's full of items to adorn yourself with!
I use Sterling and fine silver, gold, copper and bronze along with genuine artisan lampwork - all kiln annealed for strength and durability- gemstones and an eclectic assortment of pleasing components. I recycle all my metals and I make all my own clasps, caps and parts by hand - no massed produced stuff here. At hodgepodgerie you'll discover fresh, trendsetting, sometimes eclectic but always out-of-the-ordinary designs.
Ten years ago breast cancer — which is, thankfully, now in complete remission —…

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  • Female
  • Born on May 17
  • Joined November 8, 2009

Favorite materials

Metals, gemstones, lampwork beads

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hodgepodgerie - adornments

About

Hi! I'm Stacy Perry and I've been providing supplies, tools and tutorials for fellow jewelry makers here on Etsy for a few years now. My supply shop is called hodgepodgerie-necessites. www.hodgepodgerie.etsy.com I chose the name 'necessities' because it offers many of the necessary items for making jewelry. This shop I call 'hodgepodgerie-adornments' because, well, it's full of items to adorn yourself with!
I use Sterling and fine silver, gold, copper and bronze along with genuine artisan lampwork - all kiln annealed for strength and durability- gemstones and an eclectic assortment of pleasing components. I recycle all my metals and I make all my own clasps, caps and parts by hand - no massed produced stuff here. At hodgepodgerie you'll discover fresh, trendsetting, sometimes eclectic but always out-of-the-ordinary designs.
Ten years ago breast cancer — which is, thankfully, now in complete remission — hastened my retirement from the daily grind of the retail jewelry world. My creative muse, however, kept tugging at me. Soooo...after considerable encouragement from my wonderful husband Tom — who always wondered why I never did this much sooner — I decided it was the perfect opportunity to start designing my own beautiful, handcrafted jewelry as an outlet through which to express my artistic side. Thus began the hodgepodgerie story. I've been creating wire and metal art jewelry for several years now and I've found the perfect venue for my muse.
For my complete artist's profile and for other great handcrafted jewelry, I invite you to check out my website: http://www.hodgepodgerie.com.

Enjoy your visit!
Stacy :)

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