Over the past two months, I’ve spent countless hours working on my Etsy shop. It’s exhausting! From adding photos to freshening up descriptions to tweaking tags and titles for better search placement, my head spins from it all! I’m crossing my fingers that this enormous effort will lead to greater visibility for my shop, especially in the super saturated jewelry category. It’s just so hard to be found in a sea of other pieces!! I also listed several new products recently that I thought you might like to see.
These super sleek dangle earrings are perfect for the modern woman. The slender Swarovski crystal pendants sparkle beautifully in a rainbow of rich colors. They are attached to sterling silver fishhook earwires using antiqued sterling silver ice pick bails. I love the minimalist design of these earrings! They would be a lovely addition to any wardrobe.
I’ve also branched out into other handmade categories so as not to have all of my eggs in one basket :) These super cozy hooded wool scarves are my latest creations.
I invented them because I hate wearing hats, but you do need something to cover your head in the middle of a blizzard. They are excellent alternatives to the dreaded hat because they don’t squeeze your brain or crush your hair, but they do keep your head sheltered and dry.
Each hooded scarf is fully reversible with a different color of wool on each side. Flip the scarf back and forth to match the color of your coat, gloves, or other clothing as you like.
The two layers of all natural, premium wool are soft to the touch and provide medium weight warmth. I like to wear my own hooded scarf while clearing snow off the car because it keeps the blustery winds from going down my neck and giving me a chill.
I chose to use wool in these scarves because wool is much less prone to static than artificial fibers, so your hair won’t be (too) crazy after wearing it! I designed the shape of the hood to be deep enough to wear over a ponytail or bun and still cover your head but not so deep as to fall over your face when your hair is down.
I hope that you’ve enjoyed seeing my latest work! Please comment below or visit my Etsy shop to learn more.