Upcoming festivals

Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival, October 4-5, 2013

Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival

October 4-5

Manteo, NC

Roanoke Island Festival Park

Details here

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Fuquay-Varina Day in Downtown - October 26, 2013

Day in Downtown

Fuquay-Varina, NC, October 26

Details here...

Believe in fairies

Read the story about this picture and why it's for sale.

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Believe in Fairies poem and print

An excellent gift for all lovers of fairies and the little people...$10

Unique jewelry designed for a gem like you...

...the sparkle of precious gems; the earthy feel of bone and wood; an eco-bracelet made from recycled guitar strings; and guitar pick necklaces to display your favorite artist. Wander through and find a unique piece; maybe one made with your birthstone or a pretty stone, something you just know would make a perfect gift.

A few samples...

Sea marble pendant Outer Banks Sea Glass - Green Outer Banks Sea Glass earrings
A sea marble found in Connecticut. The marbles were either used as a ship’s ballast or simply a child’s toy – either source, the sea shaped it into a beauty! Outer Banks sea glass, found in Nags Head, about 75-100 years old, wrapped with sterling silver wire – the pieces are as shaped by the sea; the green a rare color. Rare and irreplaceable — Outer Banks sea glass strapped with sterling silver wire. Find out the story and see more Sea Glass jewelry. (SOLD)
Guitar string bracelet with nuts and wood Guitar Pick Necklace - Bob Marley Turquoise and Copper Earrings
Recycled guitar strings from Walt's Guitars make funky and eco-friendly bracelets like this one with dyed nut shells and wood. Guitar picks are useful for more than strumming. Browse these fun necklaces displaying a variety of artists and themes. Salvaged copper beaten into shape and accented with turquoise (D,I) rounds. It also has a matching necklace.

All work guaranteed

If your piece breaks, please return it(with as many pieces as possible), and I will repair or replace it free of charge.


I make a conscious effort to use recycled materials as often as possible as well as made in the U.S.A. The booth I use at festivals is 80% recycled, salvaged or second-hand material. Beads and materials are purchased locally, where available, in support of our area businesses. Metals used: Lead-free pewter, sterling silver, lead-free/nickel-free silver plate and silver-fill wire, salvaged copper.

As with all my jewelry, most of my focal points, and even a lot of my beads, are one-of-a-kind. If the piece you like has been sold, I'll do my best to make one similar to it.

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