Tabitha's Profile

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When I was a little girl, my parents encouraged me to try new things ... I took classes in all kinds of things. I began to spread my creative wings (so to speak). Through the years I have continued to create in new ways. I enjoy trying new things and taking all kinds of creative classes. In 2002 I took my first jewelry class, and from there everything changed.

I found that making jewelry was not only relaxing and extremely handy when it came to instantly having that perfect accessory (or gift), but that my creations were often coveted by friends and family. It was joyful and motivating to see one of my pieces being happily worn, and it made me want to make more!

Since day one I have created pieces to be wanted, loved, needed. I make pieces that speak to their wearer - photo pendants, metal stamping, mixed media resin ... beads, wire, pearls,…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 20
  • Joined October 12, 2007

Favorite materials

photos, artwork, reuse, resin, sand, lava beads

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recollectedpieces
Custom photo jewelry. Diffuser jewelry....

About

When I was a little girl, my parents encouraged me to try new things ... I took classes in all kinds of things. I began to spread my creative wings (so to speak). Through the years I have continued to create in new ways. I enjoy trying new things and taking all kinds of creative classes. In 2002 I took my first jewelry class, and from there everything changed.

I found that making jewelry was not only relaxing and extremely handy when it came to instantly having that perfect accessory (or gift), but that my creations were often coveted by friends and family. It was joyful and motivating to see one of my pieces being happily worn, and it made me want to make more!

Since day one I have created pieces to be wanted, loved, needed. I make pieces that speak to their wearer - photo pendants, metal stamping, mixed media resin ... beads, wire, pearls, crystals, leather cord. I have amassed an amazing collection of jewelry making goodies and love putting them together into new pieces.

Thank you for looking. I look forward to creating a recollected piece for you.

Warmly,
Tabitha

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