here are some snippets from norah's profile and blog. i have to say she is very modest to say the least
your daily jewels
"i divide my time between jewelry making and being a pediatric physical therapist.
since childhood I have collected shiny and sparkling things: beads, stones, and baubles. as a new physical therapist, i needed ways to motivate my young patients with multiple disabilities. so, i dug into my lifelong collection of goodies that had been untouched for years and made some simple jewelry for them. i told them the funny little stories behind each bead or stone in their jewelry and they loved it! my pieces were a hit, my patients progressed, and i discovered a new creative outlet."
as you can see, she a gift from god and boy, are we glad to have her!
now that you know the woman, you must see her work. it's obvious she is passionate about recycling and going green so let me show you a few things she has designed.
i recently purchased one of these for a good friend's birthday, got the package, loved it so much that i ordered one for myself. it is simply delicious, customizable in many ways.
here is another delish design that norah created using three small and sparkling london blue gemstones that are encased in a seamless, faceted, crystal briolette. this is so stunningly beautiful that we all melt each time she showcases it.
norah has another shop called rustic rock jewelry and you just must visit this wonderful collection of raw gemstone jewelry. simply divine. http://www.rusticrockjewelry.etsy.com/
while you are snooping, check our her blog as well - worth following this one! http://www.yourdailyjewels.blogspot.com/
thanks, norah, for... well, for a lot. for a little sunshine, for a smile, for everything you are to so many people. now get cracking and make more magic in that design studio!