I have always had a creative streak. As a child, my grandmother taught me the lost art of creating lace with a tatting shuttle. My mother taught me to crochet and cross-stitch. I even learned how to weld and solder in high school.
About twelve years ago, I became inspired by a necklace that a character was wearing in the movie “Tin Cup.” At that moment, a light bulb went off in my head and I thought, “I could make this.” I proceeded to do just that.
Today, I focus on creating beautiful jewelry that can be worn for years to come. I love when ladies tell me they purchased the necklace they’re wearing from me five years ago and it’s still their favorite piece. Then I know I have done my job.