I LOVE the opportunity to work with other businesses and organizations to bring a unique product to light. The collaborations that I have taken on have special meaning and I am honoured to be able to work with so many groups and individuals that put their trust in my work. If you have an idea or would like to collaborate, please send me a message.
With our latest offering, we’re branching out for a cause that is close to our hearts. We have collaborated with Manitoba-based designer Marla Fehr-Sinclair, owner of Marni LuHu Designs, to create two custom-designed necklaces. Marla began her business when she was recovering from cancer, and found inspiration in creating meaningful pieces with mindful words. She infuses love and positivity into every piece she makes.
Animal lovers are special people especially those that adopt or rescue their pets. We wanted to create jewelry that had meaning for those that love their pets and willing to give rescue animals a second chance. Check out their site
for the latest available animals.
NIKKI FRIESEN Lash Artist
Nikki was looking to create jewelry that was branded with her logo. A perfect way for her clients to advertise for her and wears something cute at the same time.
Pembina Valley 2019
It’s about time we started to use our fingers and toes to list all the things we love about ourselves rather than using them to count our flaws. After all, there’s no wrong way to have a body. And your body is an unfolding story that is uniquely yours. ❤️ Everyone has a story about themselves inside their own head...but all too often the stories that we play in our head aren’t positive, even though the wrinkles, scars, stretch marks, and curves that remain are signs of pure strength, selflessness, bravery and honour. So we have teamed up with some amazing local people to spread this message through the #theEveryBodycampaign
I designed necklaces, hand stamped with a power word for each participant based on their powerful stories. As a fundraiser for Genesis House, we also designed EVERYBODY necklaces that were sold in local businesses to raise money for this great organization.
Photo By: Lynnette Photography