In collaboration with Diana Heom Design (http://dianaheom.com), stylish and unique invitations and party favors. Photos show a baby shower design for twins with a tea theme at tea house Dartealing in SF (http://dartealing.com). Party favors include tea infusers with pendants made by Katie Wood Jewelry using the matching invitation design for a truly special coordinating party and favors that will be used for years to come!
Message me for details for your next upcoming shower- baby or wedding!
Katie Wood Jewelry has a new home for a limited time only. Come by Guzel Jewelry Design at 1714 Union St. on the corner of Gough in SF, hours for the week M-Th 2:30 – 7pm, F-Sun 11-7.
You’ll find Katie Wood Jewelry’s newest collections, including the limited edition Vintage Preserve series of bracelets and necklaces. Painted copper charms housed in modern styled mini circles with delicate chain. Some of the charms you’ll find are white and black hearts, fleur de lys, and blue hearts and butterflies. These truly unique pieces will be at a reduced rate only at Guzel until the 29th, so hurry before they are gone for good!
The collaboration of Semiha Durak’s beautiful turkish mesh necklaces and Katie Wood Jewelry’s double sided whimsical pendants will be available during this time as well. Two pendants in one and multiple options to style your necklace chain in striking colors and shapes that you create yourself for a truly unique style that everyone will ask “where did you get that? I want one!”. Be the first to set the trend. You’ll be happy when you show up at the next party or event wearing something nobody else has seen before. They make perfect gifts everyone will love as well. http://www.creita.com
You only have a few days left…September 29 is the last day!
This summer is flying by (although it’s always hard to say that when we in San Francisco don’t get a proper summer! I know I really can’t complain…coming from Michigan, I am grateful that we also miss out on a proper winter as well!) I’ve been busy working on new pieces and taking a small business class through the Women’s Initiative in the Mission, which has been absolutely amazing and I am loving all the spectacular women in the group, especially our fabulous instructor Sheila Cunningham. The support and encouragement has been invaluable and I know this experience will help me in all aspects of my life, not just my business.
I am scoping out stores that would be interested in consigning my jewelry, so if you know of any please email me or leave a comment below: email@example.com
Here is a bracelet I made for a fantastic friend who has such an exuberant personality I had to make sure I reflected that in her piece:
And below for my sweet friend from high school, Amy– I found these beautiful vintage glass letters that I placed on one side of a double sided pendant:
and then printed an image of her zodiac sign and coated in resin for a clear, glass-like finish on the other side:
That’s all for now, but I can’t wait to show the newest pieces I’ve been working on with lots more color! Stay tuned…