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Debra Boyle

Debra Boyle

I sell my pieces in my new shop on Etsy and I attend local craft shows several times a year. I've been up and running now three months with ...read more


Dale

Dale "Cougar" Armstrong

Encouraged at a very early age by her mother, Dale "Cougar" Armstrong made a hobby of prospecting and collecting rocks, minerals and fossils. She enjoyed many years of one-on-one training with a variety of well-known artists including old world master Karl Drerup. Nearly thirty years later she became a professional crafter and a nationally recognized jewelry artist who creates beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art ...read more


Dana Bakke

Dana Bakke

Dana Bakke sells her work at an annual show and on her ...read more


Dana D'Alessandro

Dana D'Alessandro

It is beautifully detailed and allows you to make any design or pattern you want. Color, abstract design, shapes ...read more


Dana Reed

Dana Reed

Dana's work can be found in a variety of boutiques throughout the Midwest, as well as on her website ...read more


Daniel Miller

Daniel Miller

I do the jewelry-making on a part-time basis. But, I wish I had more time to design--I love creating new designs ...read more


Danielle Christopherson

Danielle Christopherson

Right now I sell part-time and would like to go full-time. It makes me happy and my stress goes away when I am creative. Makes a huge impact on ...read more


Danyel Archambeau

Danyel Archambeau

I have been a "car chick" my whole life, and I now manage an auto parts store. I've always wanted to find a way to incorporate ...read more


Darlene Boyd

Darlene Boyd

I have a website, and I do personal sales. I also do jewelry parties. Jewelry-making is my full-time career; I have an online store called Sweet October. I feel great after ...read more


Darlene Jones

Darlene Jones

Darlene Jones is a self-declared beadaholic and hopes to inspire others to discover their passion for creativity and personal expression through beads and jewelry ...read more


DeAnn Reinke

DeAnn Reinke

I sell my jewelry and other crafts at craft shows and festivals in our area; plus I have a website. I also conduct in-home jewelry parties ...read more


Debra Boyle

Debra Boyle

I sell my pieces in my new shop on Etsy and I attend local craft shows several times a year. I've been up and running now three months with ...read more


Debra Friedman

Debra Friedman

I was inspired to donate to your cause because Unfortunately I have had several friends and two family members who have had breast cancer. I have been donating ...read more


Debra Kallen

Debra Kallen

Debra Kallen is living her dream of being a lampwork artist and jewelry designer ...read more


Dee Forlano

Dee Forlano

Jewelry-making is my escape and my main means of financial support. I sell though Ebay, Etsy, Facebook ...read more


Deena Denesowicz

Deena Denesowicz

I have a Facebook page and have achieved success through that. I have attended craft fairs and ...read more


Diana Allen

Diana Allen

Love of working with metal and ...read more


Diana Thomas-Willis

Diana Thomas-Willis

Diana Thomas-Willis's love for beads started back in the 1960s when she made beaded medallions and strands of beads for her friends and herself ...read more


Dianne Linderman

Dianne Linderman

My whole life, people have tried to tell me that my ideas and dreams would never work, and that I should stick to a safe job. Society sets people up to believe that just getting a secure job is what we all should seek; everyone except for my father, who has the simple belief that, in America, you can be whatever your heart desires and you can teach yourself anything. My father's life's adventures have been an inspiration to me ...read more


Donna Garcia

Donna Garcia

Jewelry making is very relaxing. It is my time for myself away from the family for a few hours. I like to make ...read more


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