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Enjoying the Turks Head Music Festival :)

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Fresh pieces for the Turks Head Music Festival in West Chester, PA tomorrow. See you there!

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Right off the bench- reclaimed copper wire wrapped semiprecious and polished stone rings and reclaimed copper disc earrings.

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Made four of these last night- by candlelight and a flashlight no less, being that I was without power, lol- definitely a first time for everything . I reclaimed the copper for these from donated copper cookies cutters from a good person I know.

Made four of these last night- by candlelight and a flashlight no less, being that I was without power, lol- definitely a first time for everything . I reclaimed the copper for these from donated copper cookies cutters from a good person I know.

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Reclaimed copper wire wrapped semiprecious stone pendant necklaces ready for the Turks Head Music Festival this July 20th in West Chester, PA.  Look for me there :)

Reclaimed copper wire wrapped semiprecious stone pendant necklaces ready for the Turks Head Music Festival this July 20th in West Chester, PA. Look for me there :)

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This very talented jewelry artist uses traditional Chickasaw techniques and motifs to create truly unique and trendsetting jewelry. Here are one of her pieces.

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Studs all ready for the Turks Head Music Festival, July 20th in West Chester, PA

Studs all ready for the Turks Head Music Festival, July 20th in West Chester, PA

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Finished my canvas sign and email guest book for the Turks Head Music Festival coming up in July. I enjoyed making the sign so much that maybe I should get into the handmade sign business :)

Finished my canvas sign and email guest book for the Turks Head Music Festival coming up in July. I enjoyed making the sign so much that maybe I should get into the handmade sign business :)

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Just finished some hammered copper cuff bracelets with wire wrapped beads.  Believe it or not these used to be copper cookie cutters :)

Just finished some hammered copper cuff bracelets with wire wrapped beads. Believe it or not these used to be copper cookie cutters :)

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Who would have thought to make beautiful jewelry out of marble?