I'll probably create an Events calendar, but until then, here are some upcoming happenings that I hope you can take advantage of.
And it's my birthday too. So you know what that means ... Celebration Sale!! How could I have forgotten? I'm one of those people who seriously considered a January do-over. Crossing into the new year did not automatically reset the weirdness that was 2017. To be honest, last year had just as many highs as …
While ACJ is getting a makeover, use this link to shop
More Amy Cousin Jewelry i new places
Amy Cousin is a new addition to Three Sisters Eclectic Arts this fall. However, saying that she is a jewelry artist doesn’t really paint a clear picture of what you get when you look at or wear Amy’s jewelry. She is an artist with healing intentions. Healing herself through art and healing others through the power of gemstones. I had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Amy at a glorious Giese Memorial Library in Wyoming, MN and asked her about her “Journey to Jewelry.“My Journey to Jewelry is woven into my journey as a parent. When our first child was born, my husband encouraged me to get a “push gift” for myself something special to commemorate our delivery. I chose a small silverframed bottle pendant. I wore it all the time and kept my favorite fragrance oil in it.
I was constantly on the search for a…
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Thank you for the interview, Chandra!
Absolutely love this artist and person – instant connection.
C Dyann: How did you get started with Amy Cousin Jewelry?
Amy Cousin: After the birth of our third child, I gifted myself a jewelry making class and tried my hand at wirework, pearl knotting, and bead stringing. The wire got me! I just loved the way you have to connect with it, respect it and work with it.
Around that same time, we opened our book and gift shop. I put the jewelry I made on display, and they sold pretty well. Then people started requesting custom pieces designed with gemstone energy connections in mind, which is an aspect of jewelry design that has always been important to me. So my jewelry really started out as a sideline item in our first shop in Minneapolis, MN. When we moved to South Carolina in 1999, we took the shop with…
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...she was sure customers would like to see "where the magic happens". I smiled. The magic... what a nice thing to say. So here is a glimpse into my studio, sort of...
It's going to be a great week! I've joined the #20SalesIn20Days challenge.