These little earrings were designed to support cancer awareness of all types. We all know too many people who have suffered from this hateful disease. These earrings say, in a subtle way, "I am thinking of you" or " I stand with you".
We create the meaning in our lives. It does not exist independently. ~J. Michael Straczynski
The ribbon shape stands for hope, lapis lazuli is for inner power and courage and the color blue represents trust and healing.
This collection is the way I give to a cause that is deeply personal and meaningful to me because of a family member who was diagnosed with this disease at a very young age.
When something is meaningful to you, it will resonate with you on a deep level - it will just “feel right” to you.
Do you enjoy the trending "fringe" look in everything from boots to bags to jackets - are you looking for an elegant way to express the same look in your jewelry? These earrings might be just what you are looking for! These silver fringe earrings are a nice way to "join the conversation" of wearing fringe but in a simple, elegant way!
Are you wondering what to get for a February birthday? Or maybe you need something for yourself? These sweet little sterling silver and amethyst earrings are great for a February birthday or a little gift for yourself! The best news? These amethyst earrings are back in stock NOW - just in time for February!
These little sterling silver earrings are very popular - not too long, not too short. These can easily take you from day into night. They are a little bit whimsical since they were inspired by the clover chains we all used to make as kids - you'll remember that time in your life every time you put them on!
Yesterday, I had the most wonderful surprise!
My friend, Eleanor, who I have known for many years contacted me out of the blue and offered to volunteer her time to help me with my jewelry business during this busy holiday season!!
I was completely overwhelmed with her generous offer. She came to my studio yesterday and helped me with so many small tasks that would have taken me hours to do.
Meanwhile I was able to be in my studio making jewelry while she was happy completing other tasks!
Silver "elliptical" earrings and a little bit of information about how they were made. Starting with plain round silver wire, I always start with a circle then work them into the final shape.
Laura lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and creates jewelry inspired by ancient and contemporary designs and motifs.