CalliopeKitten Jewelry

Toronto, Canada

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Krystyn Scrbic

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Krystyn Scrbic


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Resin Fume Induced Jewelry Psychosis

There comes a day in every crafter's life, when you look around at your living room, and realize it has become an art studio. And that your kitchen is also an art studio. And your bedroom. And possibly your bathroom.

That day came only two short months after the first night I tried my hand at making jewelry. I had only wanted to make myself a few pairs of feather earrings. Three pairs of earrings turned into a dozen, a dozen turned into 100, and I turned into a jewelry making machine.

From my humble beginnings as a feather earring maker, I rose up the ranks to wire wrapping artiste, to beaded bracelet developer, then to resin connoisseur.

After inhaling resin fumes for many months, I began to believe that magical elves helped me to create my jewelry. These same factory elves continue to help me to this day, collecting glitter from the nearby forests, foraging for sprinkles, and mixing up industrial sized tanks of resin so that I may feed the public's hunger for high quality colourful designs in the shapes of mustaches and fish.

One day, I will likely be committed to an asylum due to my feverish desire to produce more and more and even yet more jewelry - and also due to my elf hallucinations - but until that day, I am committed to you dear consumer. I am committed to you.

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  • Krystyn


    Owner of the CalliopeKitten factory. When I'm not crackin the whip at my imaginary factory elves, I'm knee deep in beads or elbow deep in resin. It's really difficult to get resin off your elbows. I should really find a new system for that.

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Last updated on January 23, 2023
Welcome to my shop! I love working with resin and clay, although I also make tons of stuff with other types of beads and pendants. I do a small amount of wireworking as well. The majority of my pieces are one-of-a-kind. I love doing custom orders, so if you see anything you like but would prefer a different colour or material or size I am happy to make it for you.

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