I don’t know about you, but I couldn’t be happier that it’s the weekend. To celebrate, I’m offering free shipping from my online shop all weekend long. No special codes or links needed – just get your shop on and the discount will be applied at checkout. Enjoy!
Come see me tomorrow morning at another Howard County Farmers’ Market! This one’s at the Glenwood Library from 9:00am-12:30pm. I’ll be selling this fun collection of stud earrings, among other things. 🙂
Be sure to check the J’Adorn Designs Facebook page tomorrow morning, too, for another market day trivia contest! If you make a guess, you could win $5.00 in free jewelry!
(P.S. – All of the fabric button earrings in my shop have been reduced to $24.99! Check it out the goods here.)
It’s finally here! As I promised in Monday’s teaser, today I’m posting a whole bunch of pictures from the preppy Georgetown styled shoot that recently featured my work. Check out these awesome photos by Kealy Creative and Brittany Baker Photography!
The theme of the day was preppy style in hues of navy, bright yellow, and grey. Models Tess and Amy were styled and accessorized in outfits according to this look. I love the way the Amelie Necklace looks with the open neckline on Amy’s white button down blouse. Here’s a closer look:
Black and white photos are the best as far as I’m concerned. 🙂
This bracelet is a navy blue version of the Jordyn Bracelet that I made specifically for this shoot. What do you guys think, should I make it available in the shop?
This picture might be my favorite of the whole bunch. The way the pearls of the necklace and bracelet frame the mason jar of lemonade is perfect!
Thanks so much to Carolyn and Brittany for including me in this beautiful photo shoot!
Looking for something fun to do in a couple weekends? Mark your calendar for Sunday, September 8th and head to the Catonsville Arts & Crafts Festival! I’ll be there selling my jewelry alongside hundreds of other local artists and artisans. The festival will run from 10:00am until 5:00pm on Frederick Road between Bloomsbury Avenue and Melvin Avenue.
I was there last year as a patron and it was jam packed with beautiful handmade merchandise, works of art, local grub and drinks, live music, and people from the community coming out to support the arts. It’ll be a great time you won’t want to miss!
For more information and a look at past years’ festivals, click here.