Friday, April 16, 2010

Feature Friday -Jewelry For Hope

I love the idea of helping to promote other peoples shops/blogs/crafts/art/photography... you get the idea. So, starting this Friday, I will be doing Feature Friday.

For my first feature, I bring you Jewelry For Hope.

Here is what Jennifer has to say about her shop:
"I have always loved crafts and creating new things since I was a small child. Working with my hands creating beautiful pieces is what I do best. I am always learning new things and really having a blast with wire and polymer clay.

I live in Arizona and it gets SUPER hot in the summer. So hot that I stay indoors until the sun goes down.LOL I grew up in Mississippi where I met my wonderful husband. Shortly after we got married we moved to Sunny Arizona. After 5 years of marriage we had our wonderful son. When my son was 5 years old we started trying for another child. After 4 miscarriages we are still trying desperately to expand our family. I have been diagnosed with secondary infertility as well as MTHFR, PCOS, Endometriosis and hypothyroidism. My husband and I are going on 15 years of marriage. I am 34 years old going on 35 so time is running out. My hope is to be able to raise enough money from my studio sales to pay for at least one round of IVF (in-vitro fertilization)."

Jennifer's creations are beautiful. Here are a few of the pieces that I really like. (Emma was looking through Jennifer's shop with me the other day, and she gave me her stamp of approval also:)

Chocolate Cupcakes with Strawberry Frosting

Black and Silver Glass Beaded Black Beauty Bracelet

Artistic Form Wire Wrapped Heart

Jennifer also has some super cute clay figures, so stop by her shop, Jewelry For Hope to check out all that she has to offer!


  1. She has some really great pieces!

  2. Kristina Thank you so much for this wonderful feature :) :)


  3. Thanks for visiting my blog! I'm glad you don't think giving a box of craft stuff as a birthday gift was totally out there. Turns out the birthday boy liked it, and the mom understood. Whew!


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