VeRajArt

Naturally Inspired, Unique Handmade Jewelry & Art

Oologah, Oklahoma | 2 Sales

VeRajArt

Naturally Inspired, Unique Handmade Jewelry & Art

Oologah, Oklahoma 2 Sales On Etsy since 2016

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Announcement   I've recently recovered from two surgeries and I'm getting ready to get started again.
I currently have several projects planned for the near future, including adjustable macrame bracelets benefiting Project Semicolon, a suicide prevention nonprofit (which you may know from the tattoo movement), and new experiments in weaving.
The Project Semicolon bracelets will feature two different designs, one with hearts in alternating colors and one with a repeating awareness ribbon, and they will also have small hypoallergenic metal tags with a semicolon hand-stamped onto them.
This project is near to my heart, as I have suffered from severe depression for over twenty years. I have had suicidal ideation for almost all of that time, and I have also made several attempts. If Project Semicolon had been around back then, I might have had a better chance, and people, especially kids, the chance to have a happier, more mentally stable future is something I think we should all work towards.

Please stay up to date on my creative doings by following me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. My handle is @VeRajArt for each and links have been included in my shop.
I also have a website, https://verajart.com but it has a long way to go towards being presentable. Constructive criticism welcome!

Thank you for looking and have a beautiful day!

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 29, 2018

I've recently recovered from two surgeries and I'm getting ready to get started again.
I currently have several projects planned for the near future, including adjustable macrame bracelets benefiting Project Semicolon, a suicide prevention nonprofit (which you may know from the tattoo movement), and new experiments in weaving.
The Project Semicolon bracelets will feature two different designs, one with hearts in alternating colors and one with a repeating awareness ribbon, and they will also have small hypoallergenic metal tags with a semicolon hand-stamped onto them.
This project is near to my heart, as I have suffered from severe depression for over twenty years. I have had suicidal ideation for almost all of that time, and I have also made several attempts. If Project Semicolon had been around back then, I might have had a better chance, and people, especially kids, the chance to have a happier, more mentally stable future is something I think we should all work towards.

Please stay up to date on my creative doings by following me on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. My handle is @VeRajArt for each and links have been included in my shop.
I also have a website, https://verajart.com but it has a long way to go towards being presentable. Constructive criticism welcome!

Thank you for looking and have a beautiful day!

Veronica e Raj

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    Therapeutic macrame (and more!) supporting nonprofits, incl. animal shelters, eco orgs, and human rights organizations. More to come soon!

    I started learning macrame when I was in high school. In 2012, I started volunteering at Bit by Bit, a local nonprofit providing therapeutic horseback riding. They had a little booth to fundraise and I decided to see if I could refresh those skills. They came back to me easily and since then I've realized that the creative process, especially making macrame, can be very soothing to me. I have severe depression and anxiety, and artistic outlets saved my life when I was younger. Now, I give back whenever I can. I'm all for volunteering and donating to nonprofits. That's why I started this, after all!

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    • Veronica e Raj

      Owner, Designer, Maker

      Hi, I'm Veronica! I'm disabled, a huge nerd and animal lover. I'd play video games almost all day if I could. Now my husband just needs to build a desk big enough for my cats to join me! Some things are very difficult for me, so please be patient.

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    Last updated on Jan 29, 2018
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    Sizing details

    For those wondering how to measure their wrists: Use a tailor's measuring tape or, if there is none available, a strip from a blank sheet of paper. Wrap it around your wrist, leaving just enough space to make it fit comfortably. If you used paper, mark that spot with pencil and measure it on a ruler. Please tell me the exact number you got, and if that was with a bit of wiggle room or not. (Some people may be irritated by too-tight bracelets, so this is very important.) If you couldn't tell how much wiggle room you need, I can try to figure it out on my own, but it will not be as accurate as if you found it yourself. This is only necessary for pre-sized bracelets with metal clasps, not the adjustable kind.

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    To keep costs down, I am currently shipping jewelry wrapped in gift wrap and placed in a padded envelope. If you have other preferences, please let me know and I will try to accommodate you.