Hi all – I just want to wish everyone a splendid upcoming week!
I’m looking forward to this week (dare I say Monday?) because I’m kicking my jewelry business into high gear: I’ve joined the Flourish and Thrive Academy’s 20 Sales In 20 Days Challenge!
Tracy and Robin are two amazing jewelry artists and businesswomen who share their combined experience. They get it, because they’ve done it. If you are a fellow jewelry artist, I highly recommend you check them out.
Hi all! I know Labor Day Weekend is almost over, but I just wanted to put a little more happiness out there to ride the rest of the weekend out. Hope everyone stays safe. I’ve been finishing up some custom pieces – which I will share after their intended owners have sufficiently oooh-ed and aaah-ed over them. I’ve also been testing out a recipe or two for vegan sushi. Delish! But that’s a post for another day.
Anywhoo, I also decided to put the remainder of the pieces on my website on sale for 50% off. See, I told you I was all about spreading happiness this weekend!
Click on over to Amy Cousin Jewelry, and finally get the piece(s) you’ve had on your wishlist for so long. Go on – they’re waiting for you!
Spring is almost here! How do I know? Because I heard a bird chirping (its been such a long time) and I swatted my first mosquito. Yep, even with the dusting of snow falling outside my window, I know spring is almost here! Good-bye, Winter!
Over this winter, I’ve spent a lot of time playing with my gemstones. Er, I mean I devoted time to designing a new collection based on my gemstone stash. I also thought about my pieces that are carried in other shops, and I decided everything must be refreshed. I called a few boutique owners, and asked them to send my pieces back to me for some TLC. Polishing silver can be a real pain, so most shops were happy to oblige.
I’ve sent most of my jewelry back out into the retail world, but I held on to a few pieces because I kept getting ideas for creating something else out of them. I’ve heard from my other shops that customers often stop by to ‘visit’ a piece of jewelry that they intend to get, someday. I guess it wouldn’t be fair of me to snatch them away without offering one last chance to own them as they are…So here’s the deal: