Not always from the Drawing Board

The fun thing about designing a piece of jewelry is the flexibility of the design.  Some, granted need to be kept strictly to the design, others… can have some room to test the imagination.   Thus, this is where I’m always landing.  

I love that I can design a piece from my vision to paper, but then…  when my hands start making the “designed piece”  they sometimes come up with a different view.  I do work with a plan, but I do listen to my heart as my hands work.

Since my last post, I have designed and encompassed two piece sets, so far.   Like most artist, it’s a slow and patient work for hand made jewelry.  I don’t like the “thrown” together look, I prefer the ‘unique’ one of a kind, if possible look.   As with fashion jewelry, the sky is the limit.  We all know that.  With designing Native American Style Jewelry, there’s only a few pieces that you can design “outside the box” and still remain somewhat true to your original concept.   Playing with that idea, I work to be unique as possible, while giving respect to the original design of our Native Jewelry designers of long, long ago.

I do hope you enjoy the vision, as much as the design, and the finished piece.

Thanks for dropping by.

Just the little Native Gal, designing from her heart.

Note:  These were special order and have been SOLD. 
You can contact me for a designed gift for your Holiday shopping list.

Here are a few finished pieces since I last posted.

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