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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Be on the lookout!

Fezelry is featured in Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine

Be on the lookout!

The Fezelry Sterling Silver Carnealian Ring is featured in The Winter 2009 issue of Step by Step Wire Jewelry on newsstands now!
Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry is published five times a year and is packed with detailed and illustrated how-to projects, this magazine is for wire jewelry makers of all levels. Inside each issue are articles by expert and well-known authors showing readers how to make attractive, inexpensive and creative wire jewelry using tools, wire, stones, findings, beads, gems, jigs, pearls and more.

The magazine is available in all Barnes and Noble, Borders, Michael's, AC Moore, most better bead shops and anywhere books and magazines are sold.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Felicia Forrester (The Bold and the Beautiful) Wears Fezelry!

Lesli Kay - Plays Felicia Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful and apparently she or her stylist have excellent taste! She was spotted on a recent episode wearing Fezelry Gold Beaded Hoops.
Watch the episode, admire the Fezelry :o)
(if you can't click on the link - copy and paste this into your browser)
Take a peek at a few still shots...

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Christine Haynes - A Notable Artist

Christine Haynes - A Notable Artist

Fire Mountain Gems and Beads

Introduce Yourself:

Beautiful things in nature, flipping through magazines and catalogs, and just ''playing'' with beads and findings can really inspire me to design jewelry. I often go into a project without a plan -- I simply let the beautiful beads lead the way. Of course, there are times I wake up in the middle of the night with a really great design idea and can barely keep myself from working on it right away.

My artistic style is undefined and I like it that way. Why put yourself in a box? The creation I am most proud of (besides my two little girls) is the very first piece of jewelry I ever made. It's a choker-style necklace with large faux pearls "floating" on wire. I made the piece for myself and someone actually offered to buy it right off my neck! I made another one just for her -- she purchased it and wore it every day. Then everyone wanted one and they all came to me -- it was chaos! It was great! And, many years later, I still have that necklace.



A few Before and After Redesign Projects..

Do you have some beads, shell or glass? Don't lock it away..

We can make almost anything into a fab piece of jewelry you can enjoy for years to come!

Here's an example..

Pretty pieces of sea glass .. what to do what to do?

A fun flirty charm bracelet....

Do you have a necklace thats not so exciting anymore?

Two simple strands of pearls..

4 Entirely new necklaces!

We re-designed these simple pearls into 4 entirely new, funky and fun pieces we even recycled the original clasps! Waste not want not!

Contact us directly at jewelry@fezelry.com to discuss a custom redesign project!

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Maryland Independent Interviews Christine Haynes

Imagining a sparkling future
Kayleigh Kulp

Friday, Oct. 17, 2008

From books right down to business:
About 10 years ago making jewelry to sell
was a way for Christine Haynes to pay for
college textbooks. Now, her part-time hobby
has grown into what she hopes will be a profitable
and popular business..... Read the entire story:


Staff photo by GARY SMITH
Christine Haynes, owner of Fezelry Jewelry, displays some of her designs.