Artyzen Studio ~ Handcrafted by Linda Sinish

Asheville, North Carolina · 88 Sales


Artyzen Studio ~ Handcrafted by Linda Sinish

Asheville, North Carolina 88 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Sally on Aug 3, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

really pretty color! I love it! thanks for the extra chains too! I will definitely be shopping here again! :)

Suz Hatch

Suz Hatch on Jun 27, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

what i like about this pendant is its stunning simplicity and beautiful perfection & gorgeous color (I love turquoise/silver). I also really enjoyed communicating with the lady of this beautiful piece. She is a wonderful person, kind hearted, and generous of heart. I would honestly recommend purchasing items made by this lady, she is very talented in her craft and a very sweet lady. Thank you!

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How my jewelry business began and has grown.

I began making jewelry in 2005. After I retired from my 'real job' as an accountant in 2010, I moved to the mountains of West Virginia and began making and selling wire and metal jewelry full time.

I have been blessed to have been accepted into several galleries and shops where I sell my jewelry. I am also a member of a wonderful farmers market, where I participate and sell jewelry on Saturday mornings.

In 2008 I began writing a blog. This was started as a personal journal of my jewelry adventures and to share some of my business and jewelry design challenges. Just recently I setup an actual web-site. I did this to simplify my business card and to make it easier for my customers to contact me. It's also easier for them to find my Etsy shop since there is a direct link.

I am grateful to so many people that have helped me and encouraged me to follow my dream.


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  • Linda Sinish

    Woman Of Many Hats

    If you want want the long bio version, it can be found at I began making jewelry in 2005. In 2010 I began making and selling jewelry full time. My studio is located in Warrenton, VA,

Shop policies

Last updated on March 9, 2015
Happiness and a positive attitude are contagous. My business is geared to provide both of these attributes to you. I want each and everyone that shops at my studio to be 100% satisfied with their purchases. I love what I'm doing and this can only be possible because of you and your happiness.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
  • Pay with Master Card
  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
I accept PayPal. If you don't want to use your credit card with Paypal, just convo me. I can also accept a money order or your check. Just convo me and I'll give you the mailing address. Your merchandise will be placed on hold for up to 4 days. Once your payment is received I'll ship your purchase.
All purchases are shipped by first class U.S.Mail. Please convo me if you want to purchase insurance, confirmation, tracking or any other method. I'll let you know what the post office is charging for the additional services.

The inside packing materials that come with your package have been recycled. Whenever I receive a package I keep and then reuse the stuffing. I often reuse the padded envelopes that I receive. Also, my family and friends save their packaging for me. These activities help me do my part to be green.
Refunds and Exchanges
When you're happy I'm happy. You can return your purchase for a full refund, less any shipping, within 14 days of the original purchase. Your credit card will be refunded once the merchandise is received at the studio.
Additional policies and FAQs
In participation of the Pay It Forward (PIF) social movement that is sweeping the world, free jewelry is given away here at my Etsy shop, plus at my blog

In-order to share and spread the PIF effect there is a limit of one winning PIF per player.

I am hopeful that the participants who are awarded the free jewelry will in turn offer unconditional acts of kindiness to others. All you need to do is select the PIF item and it will be shipped to you free. How cool is that?!

Pay It Forward is a social movement that has emerged from the book 'Pay It Forward" written by Catherine Ryan Hyde. She defines the idea in her book as 'the act of voluntarily helping another without expectation of payback'. When you notice that somebody has done something nice for you, make a note in your mind to practice three acts of kindness towards other people.