How it's made
Here's a peek behind the scenes...I figure I'll share a picture of my computer desk looking clean, which should truly be one of the 7 Wonders.
In addition to soldering brass and setting crystals, did you know that the personalized pieces are not engraved? That's right. I do not own an engraver. I use a metal stamp, steel stamping block and a hammer. I own a few dozen different steel font stamps and the letters, numbers, symbols, etc. are lined up and then I let the hammer drop. Hammering makes each piece truly unique and one-of-a-kind, even if it's 'the same', there will always be things that are slightly different due to how it's made.
I make your jewelry, but I also make some of the packaging too. I use recycled kraft paper jewelry gift boxes which are made in the USA. I make my box labels using my Silhouette Cameo and each label is put on your box by me...or my sister if I can rope her in...
Here is an example of how your jewelry looks once it's on its jewelry card. I like to switch up my jewelry cards as I run low because when you're packaging as often as I am, you get bored looking at the exact same thing all the time.
I hope that answered some of your questions and gave you a little insight into the pieces that I make. As I snap more pictures, I'll come back and update it here. You can always follow me on my social media accounts for more behind the scenes pictures.