Posts Tagged ‘Jewelry’

Dramatic Holiday Stroll at 50th and France Edina.

December 9, 2011

Camba Collection Kristin Krull

Three weeks before Thanksgiving, my evergreens were already accessorized.  Their tiny lights were ready to twinkle, but I made them wait until late November to shine.  (It was hard to resist!)

Now that the trees are all decked out, it’s time to accessorize ourselves for the holidays.Come get your glam on at Drama, a Boutique 11am-4pm on Saturday December 10th.
Drama is known for its selection of beautiful, handmade, local jewelry is hosting a Holiday Jewelry Bazaar.  Five of the boutique’s hottest local designers will be on site showing extensive collections while boutique owners, Courtney & Brynn, offer complimentary gift wrapping, cider and sweet treats.  The event coincides with 50th & France’s Holiday Stroll event, so the area will feature traditional carollers and of course, the best Christmas accessory ever…lots and lots of little lights!  (confession: my backyard lights were lit EARLY November.)
Featured designers include:
ROX by Robin Robinson:  http://www.roxmpls.com/
CAMBA by Kristin Krull:  http://cambajewelry.com/
Dramas does so much more than accesories. Peruse my Patch Article and then browse the boutique in person for beautiful baubles, blazers, bags and more.  DRAMA as featured in Patch.
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Flexibilty and Family First for Busy Moms that Want to Work. Social Selling Offers Opportunities.

July 28, 2011

Yesterday I worked really hard delegating, decorating, downloading and making quick decisions.  Today, the only decision I want to make is “Pedicure?” Or “Deluxe Pedicure?”   To me, flexibity is the best part of owning a small business like Angel Toes Inc. or being self-employed as wardrobe stylist and Patch writer.      This week, meet two busy moms that feel fortunate to have that sort of flexibility. Both in the bobble biz, Kris Paul and Nikki Weber share their insights with me.  PATCH ARTICLE LINK

BTW, I did the “Deluxe,”  (had a coupon)  The second decision of the day was an easy one;   OPI’s pinky-orange color named,  “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.”  Tuffy inspected and approved.

I’d like to write a Patch Article on BACK TO SCHOOL SHOPPING and would love some input and feedback from those of you who do it.   Please email me if you’d be willing to be included. beputtogether@comcast.net

Great, very timely article! I am an Edina mom, home with 2 small boys, and have been a rep for Stella & Dot for the last 2 years. They are reinventing the idea of ‘home parties’ and are confident that the combination of e-commerce  and social selling will change how we shop in the future. Liz Couchman- Edina.    www.stelladot.com/lizcouchman

Love this Local Designer Any Day of the Week.

April 14, 2011

Last Thursday was my first Thursday to “First Thursdays”…and it won’t be my last. “First Thursdays in the Arts District” happens at the Northrup King Building, where sculptors, painters, photographers, jewelers and artists of all kinds open their studios to the public.

Since this is a fashion blog of sorts—a “jeweler”  gets the mention, and a well deserved one.  Designer, Karin Jacobson is known for her use of big shapes, clean lines and bright color in her metals and gems, but it’s her laser cut leather I’d like to feature.

The designer creates these incredibly cool, super stylish leather bracelets. They’re laser cut so cleanly that they look like metal! I’ve got my favorite one on in the photo. The laser cut bubbles make a lacy pattern that snapped around my wrist.  They’re so comfy and light you barely know they’re there!  (I have just the client for this—she’s not fond of bracelets clanking around, and her wrists and hands are so slight that bracelets slip off anyway!)

A great addition to your casual accessories, this bracelet is art. 

You need not wait for the First Thursday to lock in on this leather.  Available 24/7 at: http://superkarin.myshopify.com/collections/leather


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