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Deb Bonar

Deb Bonar

I infrequently hold sales at the university where I work/teach. I sold earrings, mainly, for very reasonable prices. Then I'd donate all the money I made to student scholarships …read more

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

Amalia FourHawks

I just clicked on the Circle of Hope link on your homepage …read more

Amber D'hondt

Amber D'hondt

I sell on etsy and through my website www.yellowscreations.com …read more

Amy Hardy

Amy Hardy

When I was sixteen or seventeen, I was working in customer service at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads. My job was to send out magazines and the free instructions people ask for with the catalog cards. I was looking at them all day and …read more

Anita M. Russell

Anita M. Russell

I sell through local businesses and large craft fairs in the area. I also sell a book on making angel pins: …read more

Arbel Shemesh

Arbel Shemesh

Jewelry-making occupies most of my waking time. Actually, I am pretty sure it occupies some of my sleep as well. I feel my life is completely enmeshed in this community because I work in the jewelry industry and …read more

Barb Hochberg

Several friends diagnosed with various cancers …read more

Beverly Graham

Three Aunts and a Grandmother …read more

Caitlin Murray

I am not a survivor myself, but one of my teachers I had senior year …read more

Casey Sharpe

I've been lucky in that none of the women in my family have been diagnosed with breast cancer, but it's a problem …read more

Catherine Randolph Hamilton

Catherine Randolph Hamilton

I sell my jewelry in local shops as well as on my website and am now a regular contributor to …read more

Charles Neighbors

I wanted to help due to cancer in …read more

Christi Friesen

Christi Friesen

Multimedia artist Christi Friesen is most notably recognized for her innovative approach to polymer clay designs. Her cover piece, Peacock Pizzazz, began, like most of her complex necklaces, with sketches to bring to life a ''half-formed idea.'' Although Christi had experimented with peacock designs in the past, her idea for this necklace was to create a masterpiece full of dramatic color and design. …read more

Connie Haddock

My sister-in-law and best friend, Teri, was diagnosed …read more

Crystal Peters

Crystal Peters

Crystal Peters, a Fire Mountain Gems and Beads employee since 2005, is a self-taught multimedia artist that enjoys turning the common into the unexpected. …read more

Deborah Glasser

Deborah Glasser

I fell in love with bead embroidery back when I was making dresses for weddings and formal functions. Jewelry seemed like a …read more

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

Dessislava Vaughan

Dessislava Vaughan

To me, jewelry-making is vocation and passion, a sanctuary and therapy better than any other. Challenging and rewarding, it is gymnastics for the mind and …read more

Diana Redlin

Diana Redlin

I have just started to enter contests. I am slowly putting together a …read more

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