Saturday, April 23, 2011

Vendor Spotlight and Giveaway: Esther Lee Jewelry

New vendor Esther Lee is bringing her line of beautiful, handcrafted jewelry to Bliss Handmade for the first time next week. Esther says, "My name is Esther Lee, owner/designer of Esther Lee Jewelry, an eponymous line of unique, organically-inspired jewelry. My interest in jewelry began as a child; I had a lot of fun making jewelry using glass and plastic beads (ugh!). I'm sure my mom still has some of them! That early exposure led to a deep and lasting love of the arts, including painting, craft making, scrap booking, and most of all, creating jewelry. Now I enjoy using quality gemstones, sterling and goldfill to make unique works of art, designing high-end jewelry with a fashion-forward twist. Wire-wrapping, asymmetrical, and avant-garde are my favorites. Designing brings me peace and a joy that comes from creating something beautiful that someone will appreciate as much as I do!

Also among my passions are having fun with my family, especially outdoors: camping, swimming, hiking, boating and exploring the beauty of Oregon. My husband Jeremy and I have 6 kids and live in Eugene. My purpose & strength are found in my Savior & Friend, Jesus Christ. You can find my designs at the Eugene Saturday Market, where everything is handmade by local artisans, Booth #373.



To enter to win a $5 gift certificate to Esther Lee Jewelry at the Bliss Handmade Spring 2011 Boutique, simply leave a comment on this post, and be sure to enter all of the vendor giveaways for our Spring Boutique (click HERE to see all of the giveaways on one page).

13 comments:

  1. Wow these stones are gorgeous. annaglaz@gmail.com

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  2. Can't wait to see this shop on Thursday.

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  3. I love her color choices on her pieces!

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  4. I think I need something pretty for MOhter's Day!! Denise Prewett

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  5. Beautiful! sandra_evans@comcast.net

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  6. Love, Love, Love

    Kristy Tolman

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  7. I love the beautiful leaves used in these settings! It's so hard to find lovely jewelry that is unusual! :-)
    Lisa
    brrchillin@hotmail.com

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