We’ll be featuring a few shops a day. For a full list of our shops, watch the scrolling avatars at the top of the blog. For a full list of all our shops offering promotions during our Miracles of Hanukkah sale, go here!
Christina Lumbroso still owns a jewelry set she made for her grandmother when she was about 12. Her passion for creativity continues and goes beyond the beautiful pieces displayed in her etsy shop. She also creates cards and is a musician, playing and performing with her husband and teaching others to play piano and guitar.
She takes great joy in her teaching and her creations. You can see it when you look at the details of all the items in her shop.
The jewelry in her shop range from beaded bracelets and necklaces, to sterling silver earrings, to intricate, wire-wrapped pendants and bracelets. With a wide range of colors and styles, there’s pretty much something to suit everyone. As if that isn’t enough, she also has some greeting cards created from her original art.
During the etsychai Miracles of Hanukkah sale, Beads of Paradise is offering 15% off any item over $15. Just use the code word in the “Notes to Seller”: If you are coming from this blog, use the secret word "candles." For Jewish Woman Magazine, use the secret word "JW Mag."
How gifted are the artists in the etsychai team? Meredithbead, in addition to being a great “think out of the box” jewelry artist, is also a published poet. In fact, she is the Poet Laureate of Placentia, Orange County, Southern California!
When speaking about her art (ALL her art) Meredith says, “I start from the center — my heart, my soul — and work outwards, to create art, to describe my world, to touch the people around me.”
Her shop offers items using an extraordinarily wide variety of gemstones, some of which I’ve never even heard of.
She also offers items inspired by many cultures around the world.
During the etsychai Miracles of Hanukkah sale, Mereditybead is offering Free worldwide shipping. Just use the code word in the “Notes to Seller”: If you are coming from this blog, use the secret word "candles." For Jewish Woman Magazine, use the secret word "JW Mag."
This post written by April Grunspan of AgruArts