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Deirdre Kwiatkowski

Deirdre Kwiatkowski

Although jewelry-making is a hobby, it plays a very important part in my life ...read more


AnnMarie Fireman

AnnMarie Fireman

When I walk through a garden and see the amazing colors and perfect symmetry in every flower or tree, I feel inspired. People also inspire me. The warmth and kindness of friends and family can ...read more


Dagny Sellorin

Dagny Sellorin

Art is my lifework and my first priority ...read more


Danielle Easley

Danielle Easley

As of right now, jewelry-making is just a very small amount of income. I have been to a couple of craft fairs, and I am opening an account on Etsy ...read more


Danielle Petoukhoff

Danielle Petoukhoff

Jewelry-making is a part-time craft for me. I try to take time and make something ...read more


Danna Cristina Mercado De Leon

Danna Cristina Mercado De Leon

I sell my jewelry to friends and to people I know. In fact, I have established several customers. I would like to participate in a craft fair or in markets ...read more


David Rodgers

David Rodgers

I hope to have grown the jewelry business to a steady part-time affair. We also sell sewing patterns and have over 7000 such patterns listed in our store where my jewelry is also currently listed ...read more


Debbie Lawrence

Debbie Lawrence

I'm RVing full time with my husband, Jay, and grandchild, Austin, for the last 4-1/2 years to see the United States and we have four more years to go. We were in Quartzsite, AZ the winter of 2003 and saw the Gem Show. The gems and jewelry were so beautiful, and cost a lot! So I said to myself, I can do that and I did ...read more


Debi Woods

Debi Woods

I do a lot of Living History shows and set up in my marquee. I also have a web site on Artfire ...read more


Deborah Applegate

Deborah Applegate

At the moment jewelry-making is a hobby that is growing into an obsession ...read more


Deborah Glasser

Deborah Glasser

I am an all day beader. I don't sleep much, so I bead. I begin at about 4 am and stop when my fingers can no longer hold a needle or pliers ...read more


Deborah Hermanson-Pulos

Deborah Hermanson-Pulos

I attend juried art fairs and I enter contests occasionally ...read more


Deborah J. Smith

Deborah J. Smith

Deborah J. Smith, a self-taught designer-artist, was awarded the coveted Grand Prize Gold Medal in the 2007 Fire Mountain Gems and Beads Annual Beading Contest. Her symbolic, ombre-style neckpiece, entitled Caribbean Honeymoon, features Swarovski crystal beads, Czech glass beads, Celestial Crystal® beads and 14Kt gold-filled split rings. ...read more


Debra Enns-Appleby

Debra Enns-Appleby

I finally found myself when I joined the local lapidary club and learned about rocks. I learned to dig, cut and shape ...read more


Debra Gibbs

Debra Gibbs

I promote and sell my creations on Etsy and Artfire ...read more


Debra Joiner

Debra Joiner

I have entered craft shows, plus I have some of my jewelry at a local jewelry store ...read more


Debra Levens

Debra Levens

I am employed full-time in a ''non-creative'' position but jewelry-making really ''lights my creative fire.'' A majority of my business comes from ''word of mouth,'' although I do participate in several organized shows each year ...read more


Deirdre Kwiatkowski

Deirdre Kwiatkowski

Although jewelry-making is a hobby, it plays a very important part in my life ...read more


Denise Hendley

Denise Hendley

I have pieces on our website. But I haven't got any bottle work on it yet. I have some pieces in stores. I would like to try the renaissance fair ...read more


Denise Rohwedder

Denise Rohwedder

I just put a website together and I will be having my first jewelry party soon. There are people who are kind enough to spread the word and my jewelry business is starting to grow ...read more


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