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Earth Tone Stretchy Bracelet

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Price: $10.00 (USD) includes shipping


Handmade Brown Glass Beaded Stretchy Bracelet. This one measures almost 7 inches around. Fits perfectly on my wrist. I used some gorgeous brown  glass beads with brown and white glass seed beads between them. It is a little bit smaller than the pink stretchy one listed here, just for comparison. This one is also made on an elastic cord so it will fit a variety of wrist sizes. Made with Love <3.

To make a purchase please email me at craftingforlyme@gmail.com


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New Life – Upcycle

So my Mom found a bunch of my Great-Grandmother’s or Grandmothers (not sure which)  broken jewelry to take apart and make into new creations. I am super excited to upcycle them into incredible pieces. It remains to be seen if I will be able to part with them, hahaha. Here is a picture of some of the new parts I get to work with 🙂 The white necklace in the second picture I am going to basically take apart to put it back together almost exactly as pictured, I may or may not put my own twist on it, but it is so gorgeous I can’t wait to wear it out! So here is the before shot….will post the “afters” as they are executed.

The picture below is from my photography project – project 365 (take a picture every day for a year)….If you want to see any of the other project pictures, they live at this link: http://public.fotki.com/aameri/my-albums/photo-projects/project-365/?view=roll

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Stretchy Green Bracelet

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Price: $10.00 (USD) includes shipping

Handmade Green Glass Beaded Stretchy Bracelet. This one measures almost 7 inches around. Fits perfectly on my wrist. I used some gorgeous green smoky looking glass beads with green and white glass seed beads between them. It is a little bit smaller than the pink stretchy one listed here just for comparison. This one is also made on an elastic cord so it will fit a variety of size wrists. Made with Love <3.

Size: amost 7 inches around

Color: Green with Transparent and Green seed beads

Material: Glass beads on elastic bracelet cord

To make a purchase please email me at craftingforlyme@gmail.com

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Mallory Qualls’ Fundraiser

This benefit hit home for me. A young girl who is battling lyme was having a fundraiser, I had very short notice to make the items and get them there but I felt compelled to help in any way that I was able. I sat up for hours the night before the day I had to express mail the package out and finished up these two scarves. One was a white diamond shaped scarf that my mom made . I decided to edge it with fun furry yarn to breathe some life into it. With blue silvery yarn I made a thicker variation of the chenille scarves I have listed for sale. Even though it was under pressure I thoroughly enjoyed being able to create things to help other people 🙂

Please contact me if you are interested in having some of my pieces at your auction for a benefit or fundraiser you are having!! craftingforlyme@me.com

[I will add images from the fundraiser when I get them, I can’t wait to see them!! :)]


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Chenille Snow White Scarf

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Price: $22.00 (USD) includes shipping

This is a handmade crocheted scarf made from Chenille Fiber which make this a super soft and comfy scarf. All scarves in this style can be worn both ways shown in the pictures above. The Blue Sky, Autumn, and Royal Purple are all in the same style as the snow white. It is approximately 50 inches long with fringe on both ends. The pure white of the scarf paired with the texture of the fabric makes this an exquisite looking piece. This is a fantastic addition to any style wardrobe. This scarf must be hand washed and dryed flat. It can not be ironed.

Length: approximately 50 inches

Color: White

Material: 91% Acrylic, 9% Rayon

Washing Instructions: Hand wash warm, gently squeeze, lay flat to dry

To make a purchase please email me at craftingforlyme@gmail.com

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