Gigi Keeps Turning Heads

Gigi Singh Jewelry

Back in 2007 on a kitchen table I had the crazy idea that I wanted to make my own wedding favors for my wedding that was a couple of months away. Well, the wedding favors never made it to life but an idea to make jewelry bloomed. I've had a career in retail which put this new found hobby to bed for several years. Bummer!

I've since then quit the crazy retail world and focused on being a stay at home mom and started back up with my GiGi jewelry.

Every day is a day filled with giggles, messy kisses and lots of hugs. I am truly blessed to have the opportunity to get to pursue my business while being a mom.

My jewelry is fun, colorfully vibrant, dimensional with an organic feel. You’ll see a lot of flower patterns throughout the website simply because I love flowers with most of my pieces being lead and nickel free.

I try and get out there and do lots of art festivals which lets me meet new GiGi customers and reconnect with my regulars! This has been so much fun and all the gals that I've meet have been super cool, hip, fun with beautiful souls.

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Amanda Knight: Delicate Designs by Amanda

I am a jewelry designer from Malvern, PA with over 20 years of jewelry design experience. I am inspired by color, stones and nature and have created a delicate looking sterling silver jewelry line with semi-precious gemstones, fresh water pearls and Swarovski crystals.

I focus on designing jewelry that is stylish and trendy yet classic and timeless so my customers will be able to appreciate it for years. As an entrepreneur, I have a passion for living a creative lifestyle and enthusiasm to create accessories that will allow women to express their style. 

Make a wish list at Amanda's website.

Chainmaille Jewelry: Not Just for Knights

Rebecca Warda: Jewelry

I am a jewelry maker living in Media (PA), the small town where I was born and raised.  I grew up in an artistic family and I can’t remember a time when I didn’t love making things.  I’ve always been drawn to things that require patience – chair caning, quilting, embroidery.  For the last 15 years or so, I’ve been making jewelry.

My favorite technique is chainmaille.  Not just for knights anymore, chainmaille weaves are beautiful as jewelry. It involves opening and closing hundreds of metal rings, requiring a lot of patience, but it’s so much fun to watch the pattern develop. My pieces are lightweight and easy to care for, made mostly of bright aluminum and enameled copper.

Another technique I love is Kumihimo, a Japanese method of braiding silk strands together to make a very strong cord originally used to hold various pieces of a Samurai’s armor together. My necklaces are made with eight strands of strong nylon cord, loaded with beads of different sizes.

I’ve recently retired after almost 38 years managing a small university art museum/gallery.  I look forward to growing my Etsy shop and many hours of happy jewelry making!

Want to see more? Check out Rebecca's ESTY shop.