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Rebecca started making jewelry as a bored kid during the summer who needed a hobby to keep her busy. After many years of self-teaching and experimenting, Rebecca has become an experienced jewelry maker who loves to bead for herself and others.
Deborah Roberti started designing and writing up her own patterns around 2004. She found many of the patterns too frustrating to follow so she went off in her own direction. She writes and illustrates her patterns so that any beader, even one with no experience, can create her designs. What intrigues her most about beading is that it is an ancient art form with a history as rich and beautiful as the beadwork created, and she loves being part of that.
Sandy Huntress can often be found in her sewing and crafting room where she designs and makes jewelry, garments, quilts, scrapbooks, cards, paper crafts, dolls and home decor. She's often been asked to teach her crafts to others and has found that she loves doing so.
Amy Anderson was born from creative genes and is carrying on the tradition. She has been knitting for 17 years, sewing for longer, and decoupaging for just a few. She started Mod Podge Rocks! to create a comprehensive resource for decoupage inspiration.
Finding affordable solutions for making those to-die-for items she sees in stores is Gloria's forte. Her varied interests include everything from jewelry making to home decor, but she enjoys trying to incorporate airbrush painting into as many projects as possible.
Donatella has been a DIYer since...forever. She started to make earrings and jewelry in 5th grade, and then came knitting, crochet, sewing, and anything she could get her hands on. On her blog, InspirationRealisation, she likes to share her projects and spread the DIY bug with tutorials.
Alicia DiRago is a recovering chemical engineer turned DIY enthusiast. She started blogging to connect with other DIY craft and fashion lovers and share her projects and inspiration. Through her blogs, Dismount Creative and Whimseybox, she wants to give women the opportunity to step away from their busy lives and experience the joy of making something.
Jamie Estelle is the author of Jamie Estelle Jewelry. Jamie was born and raised in New Jersey. Jamie has been totally surround by art her whole life, and was always encouraged by her family to continue on the path of art. Jamie has always loved the fashion industry, and in 2005 she ventured in to a creative side that let her explore and express herself in jewelry making. This was a real passion for her and Jamie Estelle Jewelry was born! Now as a Published Jewelry Designer. Jamie enjoys making all types of Jewelry, while perfecting beaded embroidered jewelry, which is her favorite jewelry to design.
Allison Beth Cooling is a graphic designer by trade but loves all forms of art. She started her blog, The Quiet Lion, in the summer of 2011. After obsessively scanning through Vogue and other fashion magazines, she got inspired by the designer jewelry that filled the pages and decided to try to replicate the look and feel of those designs using materials found at home. Her blog is devoted to DIY-ing jewelry using all types of techniques and materials.
Adrianne Surian is a working wife and mom of two in West Michigan. She has enjoyed DIY projects and creative ventures of all sorts, including jewelry-making, crafting, baking, and writing, for her whole life. Adrianne's philosophy is that the act of creating is often as important as the piece itself, so she writes tutorials for projects that can be made by people of all skill levels and presents them in a step-by-step photo tutorial format explained with beginners in mind.
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