Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Etsy Featured Artisan - Sunset And Vine

Brooke of Sunset and Vine is not only an extremely talented jewelry designer but a lovely friend too! I am excited to share with you her background and her fabulous jewelry that she lovingly creates by hand. 
Kristin II - Red Aventurine and Bali Silver Bracelet

Having received a degree in psychology from The Ohio State University, Brooke worked with children that had behavioral problems. Presently she is enjoying being a stay at home mom and focusing on turning her passion of jewelry making into a successful business on etsy

Her generosity of spirit is evident in all that she does. She shares her creative knowledge, through how-to-tutorials. Her latest is on how to create your own hoop earrings which offers you the insight into the time it takes to make her fabulous creations, and gives you the chance to try it yourself! She is also currently running a very special promotion in her store. Any piece of jewelry that is ordered that resembles the color pink during the month of October will be supporting the Susan G. Komen Foundations For the Cure Campaign. Brooke is generously giving 10% of the proceeds to this fantastic cause. On top of that she also has a wonderful giveaway running in which you can win a $25.00 gift certificate to her lovely store.
Charlotte - Pink Freshwater Pearls on Oxidized Sterling Hoops

As she writes on her blog: "There is nothing that I love more than creating beautiful, organic jewelry with quality metals and gemstones. Sending it off to be loved by someone who will enjoy the piece as much as I do is the only thing that equals it. "

Lila - Hills Tribe Flower and Prasiolite Wrapped Sterling Necklace

Don't forget to enter her generous giveaway at for a chance to win a $25 dollar gift certificate that you can use on any item in her store!

1 comment:

  1. I am your newest follower from Welcome Wed. Come follow me back.

    I love your designs. I do jewelry too and it is hard to photograph. You did a great job. I need to practice more on that close up work.