Announcement Woman and minority owned business. All are welcome!
Woman and minority owned business. All are welcome!
Sharon on Feb 3, 20225 out of 5 stars
I had this sent to my daughter. She lives in another city and I have not yet seen the bracelet. She, like myself, rarely wears jewelry. But she LOVES this bracelet. For her to say that means this goes above and beyond my expectations. The obsidian caught my eye, as well as her birthstone. It is a very creative and beautiful piece. I've never encountered sapphire stones being hugged by obsidian. It is simply wonderful!
I can be very forgetful. When the COVID pandemic started I was always forgetting my mask. I’d get out of the car to go grocery shopping, get to the door and have to double back to get my mask. So I decided I needed a way to keep the mask with me. I didn’t want just any old lanyard, so I started to make beaded necklaces with lobster claw ends to attach my mask to so I wouldn’t forget it any more. When the pandemic is over and we aren’t wearing masks everyday, you can attach a key ring to the ends and just wear it as a fancy lanyard.
I’m a teacher in a Title I school. As you may know teachers spend their own money on classroom supplies and decorations. No matter how much we spend we only can write off $250. In order to ensure my students have what they need, and an environment conducive to learning I spend $500-$1000 or more a year. It doesn’t help that I change subject areas every year (can’t really have Pythagorean Theorem posters when you are teaching English).
Because of this I’m trying to supplement my income. Due to the pandemic my usual side gigs are closed, so here I am selling the lanyards or “mask necklaces” to help give my students the education they deserve.
Thank you for reading and happy shopping!
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