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Judy Rose Designs
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Judy has loved beads for the last 10 years. She loves them because of their color, shape, and feel. “I love them because I can make jewelry with them that make people happy,” would be the response she would give most often.
“I’ve made jewelry people wear on dates, job interviews, and special occasions, at the times of their lives when they want to look their best; my jewelry has been given as gifts, and I consider all that an honor. It is my hope people will wear my jewelry to feel better, more confident, and they will continue to give my jewelry with the confidence the recipient will love what is given them.
Judy tells how and when she started making jewelry: “10 years ago, my job was great, then we were bought by a bigger company, and my job wasn’t fun anymore. People were being fired left and right, and I knew the ‘handwriting was on the wall.’ The stress of working under those conditions made me unhappy, so to try to make myself feel better, I tried different crafts. I had this little jewelry kit I had bought a few years earlier because it was on sale and had put it away. I started working with it, making a few pair of earrings. I showed them to an associate, and she liked them and offered to buy them, and I was hooked. They looked great on her, and she was thrilled, and that made me happy. I made more earrings, and more of my workmates wanted them. That was great!”
“Now, I make all types of necklaces and earrings and bracelets. It’s my way of expressing myself. I’m thrilled to have our new web site and am working on filling it up with all types of my work. I’ll even have some painted scarves and collages I’ve been working on listed on the site. In a week or two
will be a really fun web site to visit. It’s OK now, and one can get some terrific bargains.”
“Having a website is a fun project for a husband and wife. My husband is a great photographer, and he has supported me and my projects all the way. It’s nice because he appreciates what I do. I hope I can continue to make jewelry for many years to come.”
Location: Wisconsin, United States
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