TransitionForest

Transition Forest Jewelry

37 Sales

TransitionForest

Transition Forest Jewelry

37 Sales On Etsy since 2012

0 out of 5 stars
(8)
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Jen

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Handmade birch bark and nature-inspired jewelry. I will be adding new items frequently, so check back soon.

Don't see exactly what you were looking for? Check the "Sold Items" section for more options, I can make new items similar to ones that I have already made and sold. I am also happy to work with you to create something special.

Let me know if you have any questions or requests.

Announcement

Like my shop on Facebook for special deals. www.facebook.com/TransitionForestJewelry

Handmade birch bark and nature-inspired jewelry. I will be adding new items frequently, so check back soon.

Don't see exactly what you were looking for? Check the "Sold Items" section for more options, I can make new items similar to ones that I have already made and sold. I am also happy to work with you to create something special.

Let me know if you have any questions or requests.

Jen

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Jen

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Cecily Guilford

Cecily Guilford on May 12, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

So easy to work with the seller to customize the listing to my size. It is beautiful and fits my wrist perfectly. I receive compliments every time I wear it!

JeanneMadeHands

JeanneMadeHands on Jan 6, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

These are beautiful. I need to wear them with backs though, because I've almost lost them twice already.

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About

I don't look at birch trees the same anymore.

I saw some driftwood birch bark while I was canoeing along the shore of a lake in Vermont. I thought it was really neat and I knew that I had to do something with it to give it a new life. I started out with the intention to make myself a bracelet but it turned into a hobby and an Etsy shop.

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  • Jen

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Bark Collector

    I love trees and moss and ferns and rocks and most things in nature and I love using natural material in my work. I also love to photograph nature, hike and mountain bike in the woods and just be outside.

Shop policies

Last updated on February 3, 2014
Between the pure coniferous woodlands of the boreal forest and the mixed deciduous woodlands of temperate North America lies a transition zone of forests that combines both types. Conifers mingle with deciduous trees as far south, and deciduous trees mix with conifers as far north, as their evolutionary adaptations enable them. As a result, there is a curving band of mixed forest types, ranging from Minnesota to New England and the Canadian Maritime Provinces.*

All of the Birch Bark used in my jewelry was collected either as driftwood or from fallen trees. Nothing has been taken from living trees.






*National Audubon Society Nature Guides: Eastern Forests

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Payment
I accept PayPal, check or money order.
Shipping
If you pay by check or money order, the order will be shipped once I get the payment in the mail. I try to ship orders within a day of payment. Let me know if you are interested in insurance or tracking.

If your country is not listed in the shipping options please contact me and I will look into it and set up a listing for you if I am able.
Refunds and Exchanges
Please contact me if you have a problem and we can work out a solution. I cannot be responsible for items lost in the mail, contact me if you are interested in insurance.

Birch bark is a natural product and all of the pieces that I use for my jewelry are unique. It is sturdy and if you take care of it your product should last.

With that said, I can't be held responsible if you wear your bracelet while jackhammering and it jiggles apart, if you wear your necklace while scuba diving and it gets snagged on a coral reef or if you are wearing your earrings while jogging, one falls off and you step on it and it breaks. I hope none of these things happen and you enjoy your jewelry for years. : )
Additional policies and FAQs
Feel free to contact me if you are interested in a custom order, I would be happy to work with you.