I create pieces of jewelry with personality! I love to mix metals and combine unusual elements including antique buttons, antique odds and ends and rosary chain. Creating heirloom pieces to love and enjoy.

About Me

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Draper, Utah
My name is Kim Anderson, I am a wife to my highschool sweetheart and a mother to 7 kids. I have been creating things since I was a little girl, from crocheting my stuffed dog Dougie a sweater, to making my first set of fake nails with tape and glue. Creating things makes me happy especially my jewelry line and I hope it makes others happy also.

Valentines Day

13 days till Valentines Day! This is a fun holiday to tell those in our lives how much we LOVE them.  We can do something special for our friends, teachers, family members and kids.  I enjoy to do fun surprises for the ones I love.  I have some fun Valentines necklaces adorned with hearts, keys and little glass vials with love notes or red beads!  Make this a day to remember  by surprising them with something special. (We like to put treats on our porch for the  kids then ring the door bell and run.)
Email me if interested in a necklace. $20-$35

Family Heirloom Necklace

This is a custom hand stamped necklace with a chain that has chunky semi precious stones wire wrapped into the side.  The metal tells a story of when the person was married, their children's names, or grandkids names, husband and wife's name.  You can combine silver, copper, bronze and gold
 I love mixing the metal colors!

Purchase necklace and then email me your family information: last initial, husband and wife's name, year married and kids names.

Shadow box rhinestone bracelet

This bracelet is a soldered shadow box that encases rhinestones on top of lace. The back paper has cool calligraphy writing with some funny words you gotta see! I also hand punched the word hope ( which is something we all need). I also dangled a fresh water pearl and a swarovsky crystal. The bracelet is a thick rolo chain that I
LOVE and put it with anything.  Remember more is always better, stack and layer your bracelets, its a cool look!