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Amelia Doty

Amelia Doty

My beadwork is shown in various craft and art shows ...read more


Abby Kiker

Abby Kiker

I have a website and have recently discovered a local market that is once a month ...read more


Ada Gurevich (Adushka)

Ada Gurevich (Adushka)

I'm sharing my works on the Fire Mountain Gems Facebook wall. No, I'm not selling my jewelry, but all my friends have a lot of gifts from me! And ...read more


Ada Leon

Ada Leon

I would like to have my own store. At this time, my creations are shown at ...read more


Adia Ledbetter

Adia Ledbetter

I am working on using jewelry as a way to bring in income. I currently have a store on etsy ...read more


Agnieszka Watts

Agnieszka Watts

I like jewelry that resembles small treasures, which have a highly detailed look. This kind of adornments gives me the sense of mystery, adventure and joy I dreamed about many years ago. I can still ...read more


Agota Gedai Eichert

Agota Gedai Eichert

I would like it to be my full-time career, but I take one day at time. It effects me a lot because I'm always thinking what I want to make next. I'm constantly looking for new ideas, materials. But the other side is it relaxes me after a busy day ...read more


Alaia Leighland

Alaia Leighland

I own a small retail space. I am a featured guest artist and I have two gallery outlets. Over the years I have done all of the listed ...read more


Albina Manning

Albina Manning

Now I enjoy teaching at The Bead Museum, The Beaderie, and at the JOGS Gem and Jewelry Show ...read more


Alexandra Reynolds

Alexandra Reynolds

It is a part-time career. It makes me happy, calms my tension. There is no description to the feeling of a customer who is pleased ...read more


Alfiya Rezepova

Alfiya Rezepova

For me, jewelry-making is a hobby gradually transforming into a part-time career. I admit, I am still in a learning process, but ...read more


Alia Bostaji

Alia Bostaji

As of January 2011, I will be opening my own store in town. People around me are very excited and I can't believe how far I have gotten in the last 3 years. I do have an Etsy shop, too and ...read more


Alisha Butler

Alisha Butler

Jewelry-making has never been a full-time career, though I once worked full-time managing a bead store and taught jewelry-making classes ...read more


Alison Ruggieri

Alison Ruggieri

Jewelry design is a full-time career for me. Therefore, it is a huge part of my life. Making jewelry calms me emotionally and physically ...read more


Amanda Bielski-Wright

Amanda Bielski-Wright

I'm inspired by many things. Natural patterns in rock, animals and leaves. I also find inspiration in more manmade treasures such as fractals, petroglyphs, Native-American art, African art, Asian art, artifacts from ...read more


Amanda Douthit

Amanda Douthit

Currently, I do a few commissions here and there. My plan is to generate a body of work, set up a website, and start entering contests and shows ...read more


Amanda Mizuno

Amanda Mizuno

I have an Etsy shop, and I also sell by ...read more


Amber Schoch

Amber Schoch

I have a website on etsy, facebook and ads in yellowbook. I attend Renaissance fairs, gaming fairs and other types of fairs ...read more


Amelia Doty

Amelia Doty

My beadwork is shown in various craft and art shows ...read more


Amie L. Mattress

Amie L. Mattress

Jewelry-making is my serenity, my heaven ...read more


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