I meant to share what's new in the shop last week but before you knew it, the weekend arrived and I skipped town, sorry about that! I wasn't exactly on a "Red Kick", I just happen to have a lot of red beads stock and red is such a hot color any time of the year. Red is a very powerful color. It is a color that symbolizes so much emotion from love to anger, danger, power, aggression and energy.... Read more


What a fun Saturday, and a relaxing Sunday. Saturday was a long day as I worked earlier in the day and then headed up to Kingston for the Chronogram Block Party. It was hot, setup was a little chaotic, and I was fighting with my tent, but we got it set up! Being that this was an "Etsy Market", they wanted to have some sort of cohesiveness with all the vendors, so they made a sign for everyone which was... Read more


I'm excited to share some news today! First, you can now find my jewelry and hair pins available for sale at Shop B. Intentional Living located at 610 Main Street, Bradley Beach, New Jersey 07720 right by the Jersey Shore. What a cute storefront! Here you will find inspired handmade gifts, artisan work, Fair Trade items and Craft Workshops, what's not to love? Check out more of their super cuteness on Facebook. My other news is I was selected to... Read more


If only I can spend a couple of days a week sitting in a coffee shop for hours. I would be writing draft posts for my blog, working on my e-book, sketching jewelry ideas and brain storming some witty tweets to promote them. However, that's not the case. None of that is happening. I blame the Summer. The Summer makes me feel laaaaaaazy. I'm seeing a shift in blogging. Do you see it? I'm reading more posts about how bloggers... Read more


It appears that when I go for my July visits to the city, a visit to The Metropolitan Museum of Art is in order. This year's big fashion exhibit is China: Through The Looking Glass and it was stunning. It depicts how traditional Chinese design has impacted on Western fashion over the years. A truly inspiring exhibit which is also pretty big as it takes up three floors of the museum. The exhibit ends September 7th so if you're planning... Read more