This necklace just sold on etsy!!!! I am so excited to see this necklace be loved.
My friend from boarding school actually bought this for his girlfriend. I think that's really sweet and am happy that he is happy with this lady :)
I also love facebook. Facebook has helped me make a number of sales and keep people I know (all of my friends and then some) up to date about what is going on with my business and styles. I also have some good sales if you are a fan of mine. Wink Wink.
Anyway, thank you for your purchase and I hope she likes it!!!
Wow, I cannot believe it almost time for the holidays AGAIN! It feels like it was just recently Christmas.
My mom and I have decided to have a 2nd go-around with a holiday inspired Art & Jewelry show the day after Thanksgiving. Last year we did well, but this year we are taking a slightly different approach. My mother's artwork is beautiful and extremely skilled and her paintings can be seen in a variety of homes. Her scenes usually capture beautiful landscapes of the Lowcountry, but she also does portraits as well (on commission).
For those of you in the Low Country - it would be awesome to come and support us! We, as usual, will be accepting Cash, Checks, and all major Credit Cards. There will also be snacks and holiday cheer.
If you are truly interested in going, please contact us. You can leave a message here or on my mom's blog - which can be found on the right-hand side of my blog in the "I got it from my Momma" section ;). You can also learn a little bit more about her and what she does there as well.
Hello my name is Morgan and you have reached my blog about my handcrafted jewelry business called Karma. I love jewelry and even more so, I love making it with my own two hands. I chose the name Karma because I believe in the concept and I also believe that it has a natural place with jewelry. This is because jewelry can have the ability to transcend one's mood and attitude based on how they feel when they wear a piece of jewelry.