I worked three years at a local bead store, fixing jewelry, taking and creating and teaching classes, combing magazines, life, and the fashionable for new and innovative ideas.
But that's just the jewelry: I'm constantly working on something, and hunting for the perfect something: whether it be the perfect chunky clasp for a necklace, or to draft the perfect pattern for my ideal apron top to wear with my skinny jeans. I'd like to create the stuff that I fall in love with but can't find in tiny town UT, on the kind of budget that me and everyone else my age lives on. Just because you're making minimum wage and paying thousands of dollars for school doesn't mean you shouldn't get to dress like the hip, hot mamma you are. That's what tickled whimsy is all about--quirky, eclectic, artistic accessories and gifts for you and everyone you know for kinda cheap, so you can express yourself and…
- Joined March 20, 2007