I started making jewelry because I wanted to learn something new. I had been working with my husband until he sold his businesss; and I wanted something of my own that where I could be creative. I also wanted something that I could take with me whether I was headed to Florida for the winter or returning to Pennsylvania. So it had to be pretty portable. I have to say for me anyway, it has become very addictive. I have taken some classes, I continue to read a lot and experiment with designs. With the help of my daughter attending several local craft and art shows and renting space at a consignment shop and trying to create our own website it has become a challenge.
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