ABOUT Sparkle By Kelly
I remember back when I was in elementary school, I was always trying different ways to create wearables. Be it modifying a hand-me-down dress or making a wristlet with a weaving technique l was taught in art class, it was a constant thing. Even creating costumes for my Barbie; like making bracelets and other stuff with tin foil.
a few more of designs that have found a home...
Let's take a moment to talk about jewelry care. It's really not hard or complicated. First, if you get your jewelry wet, dry it off. Depending on the materials used, it may rust or tarnish. Temperature - some stones like Opal for example can crack and break due to temperature changes. Perfume and alcohol-based body sprays - the alcohol can cause some stringing material to breakdown causing the string to break. NEVER spray perfumes directly on your jewelry pieces.