I'm so happy to introduce you to some of my January sponsors today! You may have seen them over on the right sidebar but I'm going to help you get to know these lovely women a little better! Be sure to stop by and say hello to them!
Shannon Heart's is a personal style blog. Shannon writes about her love for fashion, style, photography and all things beautiful.
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Margaret is offering Julie Ann Art readers 25% off with the coupon code 1COUPON.
Hi, I'm Elaine and the designer of Very Enchanting Jewelry. I started making jewelry after I took an internship in high school at a Mood Swings Jewelry in Long Beach Ca and was hired on. After three years there and a little schooling I became the head designer for the next 4 years I was there. I have been designing on and off now for 9 years total this June! It is not what I thought I would be doing but I love it and thanks to my awesome boyfriend I am currently able to it full time and give it my all. I have a wide range of designs on my Etsy page, from fun resin rings to rich sapphires in gold. Any and everything that will inspire me I will gladly take and run with it for my jewelry designs or anything else that pops up and looks like fun!
Julie Ann Art readers can get 15% off their Paper, Lace & Confetti Handmade purchase with the coupon code JULIEANNART01.
Hey, I’m Dana! I blog over at Wonder Forest and create retro inspired plush and home products under the same name! I am a designer/artist in ‘real’ life and love a good DIY project, shopping online, and believe in being creative every day! Stop by and say hi!
PaintedEpoxy is made up of two people - jewelry by Amber and art by Auroch. We started early in August 2011, nameless at that point. It was originally meant to be a solo adventure with my jewelry but when my boyfriend discussed wanting to make prints of his work, I couldn't resist figuring out how to do it. When it got to the point that I was able to post them - the name that came to me was so simple - yet it fit together perfectly. PaintedEpoxy - As he's the painter and I was using epoxy to hold some of my heavier, bigger pieces together. We're still a "new" store but we've expanded our networking & have made sales both on and offline to people who can't get enough art and unique jewelry pieces in their lives. We have a print shop HERE where everything is currently on sale.. and of course, our ETSY.