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I grew up in the foothills of Mt. Rainer in Washington state which I consider to be some of nature's most beautiful artwork. I grew up on a small farm on the outskirts of a town of only 1,000 people. I started crafting by learning to sew at age 9 from my maternal grandmother and also branched out into jewelry making. I would find different colored discarded telephone wires and make them into rings and bracelets. I was then hooked. In my early 20's, I worked in retail until I could make a full time living in jewelry making. I sold a variety of jewelry, hair bows, and ornaments at craft shows. I also designed and made a line of Christmas jewelry I sold at Nordstrom's department stores for 5 years. I would do trunk shows at their different locations. During this time, I had 2 daughters and could not keep up with both them and crafting thus I went back to working in retail part-time to provide them with orthodonture and private school. I…

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  • Born on July 19
  • Joined July 10, 2010

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Fresh flowers, silk flowers, preserved flowers, real touch flowers, flowers, crystals, feathers, quality ribbons

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I grew up in the foothills of Mt. Rainer in Washington state which I consider to be some of nature's most beautiful artwork. I grew up on a small farm on the outskirts of a town of only 1,000 people. I started crafting by learning to sew at age 9 from my maternal grandmother and also branched out into jewelry making. I would find different colored discarded telephone wires and make them into rings and bracelets. I was then hooked. In my early 20's, I worked in retail until I could make a full time living in jewelry making. I sold a variety of jewelry, hair bows, and ornaments at craft shows. I also designed and made a line of Christmas jewelry I sold at Nordstrom's department stores for 5 years. I would do trunk shows at their different locations. During this time, I had 2 daughters and could not keep up with both them and crafting thus I went back to working in retail part-time to provide them with orthodonture and private school. I then went to floral school in the Northwest and became a floral artist as well. Because my daughters are grown and enrolled in college, I have had the opportunity to return to my love of crafting. In crafting, I have discovered my love of working in weddings because they are such happy and rewarding events. I would love to work with you and any custom orders of floral designs or jewelry. Feel free to purchase anything in my shop. My goal is to always exceed my customers' expectations. I offer an 100% guarantee. Contact me anytime. Thank you for your time and business, Ellen

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