Sari Ribbon DIY Bangles
Rosebud Felt Bouquet
Leather Feather Lariat Necklace
Sparkle Sequin DIY Suncatcher
Shimmer Seashell Necklace DIY
Bohemian Rhapsody Necklace DIY
Miami Heat Neon DIY Necklace
Venetian Nights DIY Necklace
Sahara Statement Necklace DIY
DIY Wall Decor
Trailblazer Interview // VoyageChicago Magazine, 2018
Feature interview for VoyageChicago Magazine, being selected as a Trailblazer creative in the Chicagoland area. Read my interview and check out the other trailblazers on the article here!
DIY Boho Bling Bandanas // DIY Article, Altered Couture Magazine by Stampington, Autumn 2017
My Fair Lady Necklace // Inspiration Article, Jewelry Affaire Magazine by Stampington, Autumn 2017
This sparkly necklace was inspired by the style and class of Audrey Hepburn. View more shots of this piece, modeled by Mischa, on by blog post here!
Snake Charmer Necklace // DIY Article, Belle Armoire Jewelry by Stampington, Spring 2017
This DIY statement necklace featured snakeskin applied to focal crystals to get a slightly edgy look! View the rest of my photos of the collection modeled by Kelsey Belloise on my post here!
Athena’s Collar Necklace // DIY Article, Jewelry Affaire Magazine by Stampington, Summer 2017
This necklace is definitely one of my all-time favorites. It’s made from vintage chandelier crystals, webbed together in a chainmaille-like pattern. View the rest of my photo lookbook including this piece and others in the collection on my post here! Collar featured on model Tatyanna Alston of the DeAbreau Agency in the photo above.
Lost in Time Necklaces // DIY Article, Jewelry Affaire by Stampington, Spring 2017
Using vintage keys found at a flea market and complimentary crystals, these two mixed-media necklaces look as if they are lost in time
Chanel Potion Necklace // Inspiration Article, Jewelry Affaire by Stampington, Autumn 2015
These potion necklaces are by far my most favorite necklaces I’ve made – I simply filled vintage Chanel (what else?!) bottles with gold flake, crystals and pearls, and used chain to create a cage, securing the bottle. View more of my photos on the post here!