Thursday, January 30, 2014

Happy New Year!

Susan here from
 I've been as busy as ever charm hunting and creating
one-of-a-kind treasures.  My custom orders have increasingly been my best sellers!
You can heck them out at my etsy store.

Is it the end of January ALREADY?????
I know how busy life can be - I'm married with children and pets
 and work outside the home like many of you do and can appreciate that your time is important
 to you.  Because it's important to all of us, I've decided to take a different approach to my blogs this year in 2014.
Follow me - once a month - as I take you through simple jewelry making fun DIY tutorials
.  Your comments and questions are always welcomed.  I'm so excited to have a blog where
I can share jewelry making with you.  Information is gold  :)

Have you kept your New Year's Resolution thus far?

Well, I'll share with you one of my 2014 resolutions:  As a jewelry designer, I'm always on the lookout for new ideas, new products and new materials to work with.  I absolutely LOVE the hunt and disassembling parts and pieces to create new one-of-a-kind items and custom orders for others.  That's the problem - for others.  

My goal is pretty simple:  To wear accessories with each and every outfit;
 with shorts and T-shirt, with my work uniform, with dressy outfits, etc.

Simple yet stunning starburst layered with a cross charm necklace

Accessories will always play an important role in
fashion and they are often used to express one's individuality.

      January's SIMPLE tutorial - layering!     

Most of us would have those times when we don’t feel like putting too much thought into 
our attire for the day but don’t want to appear sloppy or plain jane-ish. 
This is when accessories come to our rescue
We can choose to layer on necklaces or bring along a statement bag for that panache to your ensemble.

Begin by layering two or three of your own necklaces
of different lengths and styles to create a stylish new look at NO cost!

Find your own combination of varying lengths of necklaces

 There’s no hard and fast rules as to what you can do with your accessories 
so feel free to foray into unmarched territories!

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