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Jennifer Hallsey

Jennifer Hallsey

My JLee by Lee Ohio Designs couture line features stunning gemstones and fine metals. I am very much inspired by the cut and color of the gemstones themselves. Living in the beautiful city of Savannah, Georgia, also lends inspiration to my creations through its historic architecture and gardens ...read more


Jennifer Hendricks

Jennifer Hendricks

I retired this year and have the ability to choose my career--I chose jewelry-making ...read more


Jennifer VanBenschoten

Jennifer VanBenschoten

I sell my work on Etsy and during the summer months at local farmers' markets and craft shows. I'm starting to look into some of the high-end fine craft shows as a market for my work ...read more


Jenny McClain

Jenny McClain

MI sell my jewelry through my Etsy store, craft fairs, repeat customers and twice yearly invitation-only shows in my home. I also keep my customers up to date though email and Facebook ...read more


Jessica Carson

Jessica Carson

My husband and I are both cancer survivors ...read more


Jo Brinkley-Chaudoir

Jo Brinkley-Chaudoir

I sell mostly at shows and through word of mouth. My clients are my biggest promoters as they are always eager to let people know who made their jewelry. I think they ...read more


Jo Elizabeth Butler

Jo Elizabeth Butler

I wanted to find a way to promote my personal charity work and to help 1000 children living in rural areas in Ethiopia. I sell my designs mostly through ...read more


Jo Roseborough

Jo Roseborough

I have done a lot of craft fairs in the past, and have sold my jewelry on consignment in a variety of retail stores. I have done some local art shows and usually make special pieces for that ...read more


Jodi Gregory

Jodi Gregory

My inspiration is drawn from a few sources. As a tribal fusion belly dancer, most of my inspiration is drawn from my love of the aesthetic of tribal fusion. I am also inspired by ...read more


Jody Lanham

Jody Lanham

Jewelry-making has become a passion with me; I feel a driving force to keep on doing it ...read more


Jonathan Yunker

Jonathan Yunker

I have a website, a Facebook page, and jewelry on consignment at an art studio. I hope to begin going to artisan fairs in 2011 ...read more


Josette Lim

Josette Lim

I have passion for it, I love and enjoy my hobby ...read more


Joy Adams

Joy Adams

Working at home and selling online, I am able to devote a good portion of my day to designing and making jewelry. I call myself a BA/RFH ...read more


Juanita Carlos

Juanita Carlos

Beading relaxes me, but also keeps my brain creative ...read more


Judi Fabian

Judi Fabian

Even as a child I loved sparkly things. I have always admired styles that are just a little different than the norm, not way out, but just a little odd. Though I admire traditional art, my taste in jewelry is something that would be noticed by other people ...read more


Julie Carlson-Herrera

Julie Carlson-Herrera

Crafty hands and clever ingenuity keep Julie Carlson-Herrera designing ...read more


Julie Huber

Julie Huber

As I am just starting, I have made pieces that I am displaying in several local consignment shops. It will become a good income as I am expanding my outlets and will eventually have a web page ...read more


Julie Johnson--The Moody Moose

Julie Johnson--The Moody Moose

I sell my creations at a local gift store and through my studio in my home--A lot of my business is word of mouth and ...read more


Jurgita Augustinaviciene

Jurgita Augustinaviciene

Once upon a time I saw a small image with a wonderful beauty openwork napkin, which was tatted with ...read more


Kara Corson

Kara Corson

The Beads for Life from the ladies in Uganda inspired me to "up-cycle." I knew Styrofoam was really bad for the environment, so I figured out a way to transform the Styrofoam into surprising ...read more


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