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I would like all of you to know that I am extremely grateful that you have taken the time to favorite or comment on my work, or to watch my profile. I no longer have the time to thank each of you individually, but please remember that any activity directed towards my art is appreciated.
A beautiful, flashing blue labradorite cabochon hand wrapped in silver wire. The stone is firmly embraced within the wires of the pendant. Gently curved strands of silver accentuate the shape of the stone and create sweeping arcs that reflect light in all directions. This labradorite flashes between purple, blue, green, and a bit of yellow depending on the angle and light. This piece makes a perfect gift for birthdays, Valentine's Day, anniversaries, or other special occasion.
A faceted, pale blue bead is the centerpiece of this wire ring. It has been hand wrapped in non-tarnish, silver-plated wire. The wire band has been hammered slightly for added strength and character. Unlike most other wire rings, any loose ends have been finished into dainty spirals so they will not catch onto your clothing or scratch your finger.
...hides weapons cold as an ancient snow storm. This shard of ice was captured within strands of moonlight. Bands of silver provide a secure sheath using minimalist designs to allow the ethereal glow of the glass to be visible. The arrowhead was hand forged from a single slab of blue slag glass. Its design is one of a kind and slightly asymmetrical.
Jaclyn Loo Artist l Business Owner l Artisan Crafts
What first started as a hobby that I fiddled with in my free time has grown into a serious business and possible future career.
When I made the decision to begin selling on Etsy, I was like a child in a candy store: unable to remain focused just on one sugary treat. There were so many aspects that I had to get in line before my shop could officially be opened.
The joy I feel when creating, finishing, and selling a piece is well worth the stress that trails behind. I love what I do, and a hope that love will never fade. With support and inspiration, I continue to "blossom" with new experiences.
When did you start making jewelry? I started when I was twelve. It was horrible, on a good day. I ended up stopping for about a year, and, for some forgotten reason, started up again. I have recently decided to start selling jewelry online.
Do you do art trades, requests, or commissions? Almost always, yes. I'm extremely Note friendly so please message me about it!
What inspires you? A whole ton of things inspire me. I love nature, the night sky especially. The thought of magic and controlling the elements always amazes me so you will see a lot of jewelry based on the elements.
What is your favorite... ~Color-Silver, blue, and black ~Book-Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas ~Season-Winter. No contest. At all. ~Food-I love French bread, toast, and other bakery items ~School Subject-Science is super cool. Just seeing all the things science can do is amazing. ~Time of Day-Night time, after the sun sets.
Recently hit 100 sales in my Etsy Shop!!! I want to hold a giveaway to celebrate. What type of jewelry would you like to see?