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Small things that can make you feel great

by ylenia on Nov.09, 2009, under Handmade Jewelry

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Hi from Italy everybody!

As this is my very first post in this blog, I would like to start by introducing myself and the jewelry I create. I live in Milan, and I have a real passion for fabric and colors. This is why I love making jewels out of felt, cotton, ribbons and custom buttons. These I use to create necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets whose purpose is to add that funny, colorful touch to a pair of jeans or sometimes a serious look.

Light coral pink felt and floral tensha beads are the ingredients for this funny necklace.

I called my Jewelry line “Small things by WakameSalada” because I want my jewels to be that little something which makes people smile and makes every girl who wears it feel original, feminine and cheered up at the same time.

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I would describe me as an observer. I keep an eye on which colors people like to wear and how they interprete it, and try to create something which can meet their needs without being ordinary. Of course, I do the same when choosing my look, as I really believe that a colorful and stylish look influences your mood, too.

022resizedYou can find my jewels at the following online stores:
www.wakamesalada.etsy.com
http://en.dawanda.com/shop/wakamesalada

Thank you and see you soon!

Wakamesalada

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Colors of the Holiday Season

by Laura Rockefeller on Oct.09, 2009, under Handmade Jewelry

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Holly Berry Quartz BraceletGlass Pearl and Crystal Disc Choker

Faux Malachite Filigree EarringsTwinkly Crystal Holiday Bracelet

I love the traditional colors of the holiday season–green, red, white, silver and gold. But sometimes these colors are so strongly associated with the holidays, like red and green, it seems inappropriate to use them any other time. So when the end of the year rolls around, I take full advantage of these festive color pairings to spread my brand of holiday cheer.

Check out these pieces at my etsy shop.

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