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I get asked all the time about a bracelet I wear. I tell people that I met a woman while traveling Europe who gave it to me. The reason I wear it all the time is not only because I love this design (see picture) but because as a writer who loves bracelets, I hate it when they clink on my computer or get in the way while writing with pen and pad. It’s a great gift for the writer in your life. So this one is so non-intrusive that I wear it daily. Love it! BTW, the designer lives here in the states.
Here’s her info.
“I design and make all of my jewelry myself. I love to make women’s bracelets, necklaces and earrings. I have been designing jewelry for 10 years. I like to use different mediums to make my necklaces and bracelets. I use silk, leather, satin cord, organza and satin-ribbon.
I have purchased a lot of my beads from people who design and make their own beads. I also use beads I have purchased when we traveled to Italy & Ireland; plus from many artists who make beads, in the U.S.A.
I love reading. I read every night before I go to bed. It helps take my mind off the daily activities and stresses. I can go into another world for a while.”
My website is: www.maryellendesigns.etsy.com
Email: maryarntson AT me.com
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THANK YOU Mary for making a beautiful, writer-friendly piece of jewelry. Mindy
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