SeventhCloudStudio's Shop Announcement

Welcome to Seventh Cloud Studio - Jewelry that's not just one-of-a-kind, it's once in a lifetime...

I only make one of each piece - ever. Though I may use the same beads or stones (always high-quality) in several pieces, designs are never repeated and pieces are never recreated. When you buy a piece of jewelry from Seventh Cloud Studio, you're getting something no one else will ever have. Uniqueness at its essence - now that's one-of-a-kind!

I believe that a piece of jewelry is more than just an accessory - rather, it should be something that inspires you, expresses your style and personality, and makes you feel great - something you plan your outfits around, instead of putting on because it matches what you're wearing.

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***Please note that I've recently redesigned my logo...Therefore, the tags on all pieces created prior to 8/19/11 will still have the old logo (stack of seven clouds). Pieces created after 8/19/11 will have the new logo (single cloud wearing a necklace).

Thanks for stopping by and check back soon for sales and new listings!

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In attempt to exercise my narrative skills and give my love of quirky, playful turns of phrase an outlet, my very talented friend (writer Sara Probst) and I take turns posting on our blog, The project commemorates the 10 year anniversary of our cross-country trip in 2003, by presenting 73 literary snapshots, each of them inspired by one particular day of that trip. It's our way of looking back at personal memories and developing them into new, literary forms: as a poem, a piece of short short fiction or an essay.

Want to read more about me, my process, and my inspiration? Check out Quilty Therapy's blog post on Seventh Cloud Studio:

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