I have two amazing artists this time, neither of which you've seen here before. First, Dyanne of Deeliteful Jewelry in Van Buren, Arkansas.
Dyanne is a self-described widow, mm, daughter, sister, aunt, fiancee, and friend. In addition to her online presence, she's actually got a brick and mortar business, so kudos to her for taking that leap!
She was originally led to create exciting jewelry with beads, and lets her inner goddess guide her as to color, size, shape, and combinations. Like me, she loves bright colors.
In 2012, she added creating lampwork beads of her own to her repertoire.
Her business is a one-woman operation, from creation to shipping. Her jewelry is unique, and each piece is one of a kind. She's definitely got an eye for design.
Even better, since her jewelry is inspired by her own dreams, you know you'll never find anyone else making or wearing the same pieces. If you're anything like me, this is hugely appealing, since I love to stand out in a crowd.
To keep up with her, be sure to follow her blog.
The second artist I have for you is something entirely different, and I love it! Check out ThinkEco2.
This stuff is just phenomenal! Meet Brian Behncke and Jules Lavallee, of San Diego, CA, the founders of ThinkEco2 and the brains behind these gorgeous recycled wares.
Brian is a hardworking construction guy with a passion for building eco-chic cedar products. He works with a crew to build the products, while he and Jules help the community by building jobs and donating many of their beautiful wine racks to help local charities and fundraisers.
I agree with them that it's important to be eco-conscious and to give back. To that end, they use 100% reclaimed wood for their products and employ 100% US employees. They refuse to harm additional trees to make their products. And heck, they even add to the flora by making planters!
My favorite, though, is this amazing patio table.
You can keep up with them on their blog or feel free to contact them to discuss custom orders, which they're happy to fill.