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SHOP: http://SouthWindDesign.etsy.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/southwnd

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Capturing the vibrance of bass-filled urban dwellings and the humble warmth of Indian country's open streches, South Wind Design is where Native traditions and city life meet.

The variety of items available in my shop will vary, depending my inspiration. At times, you'll see my shop dominated by earthy, feminine and delicately crafted contemporary jewelry with just enough edge for a stong-spirited woman to intricately stiched Native American applique beadwork. Check back often, as you never know when the tides will shift!

What do I do besides beading?

My "real job" is…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 24
  • Joined February 19, 2008

Favorite materials

Anything warm and beautiful particularly various earthy stones and rustic or vintage glass beads

Shop

About

SHOP: http://SouthWindDesign.etsy.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/southwnd

Thanks for stopping by...

Capturing the vibrance of bass-filled urban dwellings and the humble warmth of Indian country's open streches, South Wind Design is where Native traditions and city life meet.

The variety of items available in my shop will vary, depending my inspiration. At times, you'll see my shop dominated by earthy, feminine and delicately crafted contemporary jewelry with just enough edge for a stong-spirited woman to intricately stiched Native American applique beadwork. Check back often, as you never know when the tides will shift!

What do I do besides beading?

My "real job" is working as a middle school history and student-government teacher to some of the most energetic and inspiring kids in town. I L-O-V-E being a teacher and the promises of the future I see in their brilliant young minds.

If I'm not at school, err..ummm, work... then I'm out with my family, at ceremony, and/or singing with one of two Native American drum groups at a powwow somewhere in Indian country.

I volunteer most of my weekends with the Wild Horse Native American Association, a drum group AND non-profit organization that promotes education, sobriety, Native American traditional knowledge, and provides mentorship to Native urban youth. **NEWS FLASH** We just finished recording our latest CD full of our Native American powwow songs woo-hoo!

For more info on our non-profit organization see our website: www.wildhorsesingersanddancers.org

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