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As far back as I can remember, I've had a passion for drawing, painting and beading. By the time I was 9 or 10 I had converted my purple Kool-Aid stand built by my dad into a jewelry counter where I sold my beaded jewelry to the neighborhood kids in front of our house.

I earned a Bachelor's degree in Interior Design from UW-Stevens Point in 1986 and worked for a commercial design company until starting a family a few years later. I decided to be a stay at home mom and painted ceramic jewelry from my home studio for many years. I ventured out and began painting on vintage windows, chairs and ornaments and also found myself collecting beads to make jewelry for myself. It wasn't long before I began receiving requests for my jewelry and painted pieces from friends. This is when my business, One By One, was born. Since then I have expanded into doing other wearable art accessories as…

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  • Female
  • Born on January 17
  • Joined March 29, 2008

Favorite materials

gemstones, faceted glass, metal, wood, recycled fabric, paint and glass

About

As far back as I can remember, I've had a passion for drawing, painting and beading. By the time I was 9 or 10 I had converted my purple Kool-Aid stand built by my dad into a jewelry counter where I sold my beaded jewelry to the neighborhood kids in front of our house.

I earned a Bachelor's degree in Interior Design from UW-Stevens Point in 1986 and worked for a commercial design company until starting a family a few years later. I decided to be a stay at home mom and painted ceramic jewelry from my home studio for many years. I ventured out and began painting on vintage windows, chairs and ornaments and also found myself collecting beads to make jewelry for myself. It wasn't long before I began receiving requests for my jewelry and painted pieces from friends. This is when my business, One By One, was born. Since then I have expanded into doing other wearable art accessories as well!

I've always had an eye for color and for blending shapes and textures. I apply this to my beading, painting, accessories and decorating. My jewelry collections include assortments of semi precious gemstone beads, faceted glass, metal, wood and more! Assymetrical designs are my favorite! My fabric flowers are a mix of recycled fabrics and remnants and coordinating beads.

If you are in NE Wisconsin and happen to see me at a farmers market or an art fair, please stop by and say 'hello'!

Check out my other website! www.lynnstaubin.com

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