Brags on You! No. 52!

Living a committed creative life, as a small business owner, isn’t just about making pretty jewelry. It is about being a professional. It is about committing to showing up daily, posting your work and being vulnerable enough to state; “I made this.”

For myself, I’m incredibly inspired seeing other artist’s work. It helps me see things in ways I might not have thought to explore. It inspires me to master my own skills so that I can be a little bit better at what I do.

In today’s Brags on You, we are featuring makers that started someplace and have worked daily to improve their crafts.


Metal Stamping

Louisa of Olive Bella and Brandi of Little Blue Bus banged on a lot of flat tags before they learned the art of metal stamping.


Created by: Louisa of @olivebellajewelry


Created by: Brandi of @littlebluebusjewelry


Embroidery

Jessica of Hand Stitched Happiness, and Jessica of Jess Richter Art (ahhh…you seeing a pattern in names here?) stitched a lot of embroidery pieces before they became proficient at what they create.


Created by: Jessica of @handstitchedhappiness

Created by: Jessica Richter of @jess_richter_art


Resin Jewelry

Shannah of Hello Dear Handmade and Andrea of Bee Mary Jewelry had a lot of resin mishaps before learning the art of resin.

Created by: Shannah of @hellodearhandmade

Created by: Andrea of @beemaryjewelry


Organics in Resin Jewelry

Gabrielle of Meadow Grass Designs, Barbara of Sand Bay Jewelry and Kari of Found Florel had to learn the ins and outs of embedding organics into resin.

Created by: @meadowgrassdesigns

Created by: Barbara of @sandbayjewelry


Created by: @fl.orel


Created by: Shannah of @hellodearhandmade


Embedded Stone Jewelry

Hadas Kol of June & Simple embedded a lot of stones within resin to find just the right look for her brand.


Created by: @juneandsimple


Bead Jewelry

Khristan of Gypsy Lamb and Rustic River Finds moved a lot of beads and jewelry findings around to find just the right combinations.


Khristan of @gypsy_lamb


@rusticriverfinds


To all of these artists, we celebrate you. Thank you for showing up and doing your work. Thank you for being committed to living a creative life and being dedicated to your small creative businesses.

– Becky


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