Gift Guide 2018 – Jewelry

Jewelry Category

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“901drift is jewelry handmade using driftwood collected on walks along the Mississippi River. Each piece is unique from the colors being hand mixed to the shapes being hand formed.”

Alexis Drake Leather Goods & Accessories

“Together with her small but mighty team of women, designer, Alexis Garrett works from their Wyoming studio to create leather goods and jewelry that celebrate urban function and western heritage.”

Alyson Nicole

“Alyson Nicole is a Brooklyn based accessory designer specializing in bridal. All of her designs are made by herself in her studio with love and attention to detail.”


“Jessie Atkins is the founder and CEO of BERG+BETTS. She’s also a woman on a mission to show consumers that you don’t have to sacrifice style for sustainability. She resides in Victoria, BC with her family and is a mom to two young boys.”

Charliemadison Originals

“Founded in 2010 by a military spouse and named after her daughters, Charliemadison Originals is more than just jewelry. We are proud to honor the three generations of our family who served in the military, as well as the military community we love, by donating 5% of sales to organizations that support military service members and their families.”

Clam and Clasp

“Janell always had a love of all things ocean, especially collecting seashells, and decided to spread the word about ocean conservation by creating unique jewelry that literally has a piece of the sea! Her designs are redefining seashell jewelry from tacky or kitschy pieces to beautiful, fine jewelry fit for everyday wear, and 20% of profits are donated to charitable organizations focused on ocean conservation.”

CRAVE by Carli Rae


“With a mission to rid the world of boring accessories (& re-purpose a few awful eyesores in the process), CRAVE is a company built on the idea that the best fashions are fringey & up-cycling is cool. Nearly all of the leather used has served a past life as a jacket, skirt, pants or vest {thank goodness for the 80s}.”

Dee Ruel

“The beauty and simplicity of the ocean has been a source of great inspiration for Dee. She has transformed her appreciation for all things beautiful into exquisite pieces of jewelry. Her passion for creative expression is boundless, and her talent for designing unique pieces sets her above the rest.”

Elegance and Inspiration

“Beauty feeds my soul and inspires me to dream big and become the best version of myself. I’m a wire jewelry artist that creates pieces that’ll speak to women the messages they need to hear to do the same.”

elizabeth crane
swartz jewelry


“elizabeth crane swartz started with hand-painted children’s furniture and home accessories when her three children were small. Elizabeth draws on her fascination with color and pattern to create colorful and unique statement pieces.”


“With a double major in biology and exercise science, as well as an MD degree, I decided to combine my passion for medicine and art to raise awareness for chronic diseases and disorders through jewelry. I also want to empower patients to take charge of their medical conditions while inspiring others to do the same in the process.”

Fete Guatemala

“All of the items sold through Fete are 100% handmade in Guatemala, with sustainable materials and dyes. Our slow fashion processes allow women and children in Guatemala to break the cycle of poverty, exploitation and working their fingers to the bone. With every sale we are able not only to empower women, but also to provide meals, sanitary items and clean water to remote locations in the highlands of Guatemala.”

Gutsy Goodness

“Lisa Copen designs heartfelt jewelry for those who are working toward a dream, overcoming a challenge, or who wish to celebrate a special relationship. Lisa enjoys working with her husband and a small team of amazing assistant artisans to put these sentimental keepsakes into the hands of people who love the goodness of life, but who also know it takes a bit guts to live it fully!”


“”Based in Redwood City, California, Jessica Phan follow her childhood dream in fashion and her passion in the preservation of our environment to create Hathorway, a sustainable fashion accessories brand that gives back. Today, Hathorway’s jewelry & accessories are designed by the Jessica, initially for herself with a hint of minimalism and a play on geometric shapes, using natural materials such as up-cycled buffalo horns from the food industry in Vietnam.”

HERE. a pop-up shop

“Be HERE. & NOW, cheers to all things (coffee, tea, wine – in any order), including appreciation for your tribe. Know it’s your positive vibe that attracts them! xo, Amy & El”

J’Adorn Designs

“Alison Jefferies is a custom jeweler and the owner of J’Adorn Designs, a jewelry studio located in Baltimore, Maryland. She specializes in custom designs and modern bridal accessories and is known for her meticulously handcrafted accessories with delicate and botanical flourishes.”

Jewel of Havana

“Ana is a metal clay jewelry artist at Jewel of Havana Handcrafted Jewelry. Working from her southern Louisiana studio capturing nature in metal and stone. Her mission is to continue her Mother’s beautiful Cuban tradition for her clients, providing meaningful gifts of jewelry to celebrate life and connect loved ones through the art of jewelry. Ana is a 2018 20 on the Rise winner in the Design Category.”

Just Stacey J. Products
and Photography


“Patina jewelry. It takes a special process to take something simple and mostly overlooked, aging it, making it look old and new at the same time…turning into something beautiful. Art you can wear.”

Kim Drosdick Jewellery

“I am a Toronto-based, Florida gal who loves to make people happy! Jewelry is the way I get to do it. Using beautiful, eco-friendly gems and metals, I tell stories of love, life, family and remembering ones close to the heart. From custom engagement & wedding rings to ready-to-wear collections I make jewelry that lasts and is loved for a lifetime.”

Livvie and Hazel Jewelry

“I create bohemian jewelry for the free spirited momma who requires an effortless gypsy style as she heads out the door with a kiddo on her hip.”

Luxa Jewelry

“Handmade jewelry made on the north shore of Boston. All items feature natural one of a kind stones. A unique and ever evolving collection.”

Maggie Claire Designs

“My name is Jenn Davis and I own Maggie Claire Designs, where I make hand-stamped jewelry and leather bracelets. My jewelry is created to be a reminder to live an intentional life and to celebrate what’s truly important.”

Mala & Me

“Mala & Me was started by two sisters, Amanda & Sabrina, who grew up in the Canadian Rockies and learned about the importance of connecting with nature, beauty, and spirit. We fully believe: You are SOUL, and you exist because you are loved. You do not need fixing.”

Maria Kamara

“Maria Kamara Jewelry was founded by mother daughter duo Maria and Mary who share a love of art and fashion. Their desire to create beautiful, high quality pieces that stand the test of time has made working together handcrafting jewelry a delight.”

MeraKalpa Malas

“Amanda Jaten is a jewelry designer and entrepreneur based in Colorado. She began making mindful jewelry in 2015 and is the founder and designer of MeraKalpa Malas. Amanda is inspired to create supplies and tutorials to help clients connect with their intentions and create their own meaningful jewelry.”

Mortar Press

“I paint with the finest acrylics for grand statements to spur others toward their own beautiful style. We were all made on purpose, so it’s my goal to help women feel like they know that they have a unique beauty factor, especially when life throws Crossfit-sized weights in the face or has them comparing their originality to others’. Bringing beauty to the world through art and color makes the mundane corners of our lives more hopeful.”

Rustic & Relevant
+ The Oily Cottage


“Katie (Rustic & Relevant) and Danya (The Oily Cottage) met via Instagram and after becoming friends, realized the lack of stylish essential oil diffuser jewelry options. Both passionate about community and connecting with others, they love to collaborate and create fun yet functional diffuser bracelets for fellow #bossbabes!”

Shanti Collective

“The Shanti Collective is a local, Vancouver Island-based company owned by Rachel Hunsinger. The Shanti Collective is a manifestation of Rachel’s love for culture, ritual, spirituality and the creative spirit. Rachel makes each piece by hand with intention + love, in hopes that these Malas act as a vessel to lead you a life filled with peace, meditation and little more mindfulness.”

Sparkle La Vie

“Founded in 2016, Bespoke feminine jewellery and accessories for anyone who loves a little bit of sparkle. Handcrafted with high quality materials and crystals from Swarovski® from our home studio. Each and every piece is handmade with endless love, dedication and attention to detail.”

Stacey Fay Designs

“I believe in the power of jewelry to tell our stories. Born out of my own grief journey, my jewelry line offers everyday talismans, badges of courage and sources of hope for those who wear them.”

Twenty Two West

“Twenty Two West is a creative studio based in Charlotte North Carolina where my amazing team and I make fiber jewelry and modern art. It’s truly a joy to design pieces that make people smile. My hope is that each is a visual reminder of how perfectly wonderful it is to be playful, unique, strong, and kind.”

Votive Designs

“Modern, organic design inspired by the movement of water, natural patterns & asymmetrical structure. All work is handcrafted by me, one at a time, in my home studio, using sterling silver, 18k gold, bronze, steel and enamels. I am a one-woman show and take great pride in crafting each piece to the highest standards of contemporary art jewelry.”


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