Statement Jewelry Under $15!!!!

Statement Jewelry Under $15!!!!

Get these beautiful handmade button earrings for under $15 from Also be sure to checkout other statement pieces on the site. All items can be customized using the colors of your choice, so that your pieces will set you … Continue reading


So I know that it has been a while since I post anything, but I’m back!! One of the things that I have been working on is my website. When I first designed my website last June, I had a vision in my head as to what I wanted my website to look like, and tried to portray that when designing the site. Fast forward a few months ago, and I started to look at my site in a different way. It didn’t look as cute as I thought it did at first, nor was it appealing to both genders. That is when I decided that something had to change. I then went on to work on updating my website and finally finished a few days ago! You can check it out for yourself and let me know what you think at !I have also been working on lots of new products, since I just love creating  new things! Its a passion if mine. I sometimes tend to have a wild imagination and have to bring myself back to reality, but maybe its because I’m the only child, I can’t help it! Well take a look at some my newest creations, which can all be purchased on my website. Enjoy!

Wood lettered, fully customizable , hand designed earrings $10

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So a few days ago I decided to go out. I also wanted to wear my new green dress that I have, but I didn’t have any jewelry to go with it. Being the creative jewelry maker that I am, I decided to make a new pair of earrings to go specifically with the outfit. I also wanted to make something that would stand out and be different from other products I already have. This is the result…

Ta Da!!!!!



Here is a close up view…
542105_10200292181484101_802867734_n   Beautiful Earrings made with glass beads and silver chain. For more custom made items check out :


With Christmas only a few days away, I’m sure many of you are getting those last minute presents for family members, or decorating the tree. All of those things have been tradition since before I was born. Now although I love getting presents and spending time with family, I feel like people tend to forget what this holiday is really all about.

I went to church last week, and the pastor spoke about this very subject. He talked about how people have made Christmas their birthday instead of it being about Jesus. While I sat listening to the sermon, I realized how true his words were. Society has brainwashed us into thinking that we have to give and receive gifts on Christmas. If a child does not get anything under the tree, they feel bad or may even have their friends talk down about them. Now don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that gift giving is wrong. I still get excited when my mom hands me a wrapped package on Christmas morning! But as the pastor said in the sermon, we need to put the Christ back in Christmas.

Christmas is now replaced with Xmas, or just the holidays. It’s like we just use this time for parties, celebrations, and spending money. I am also guilty of not upholding the Christmas standard, but after listening to that sermon, it really made me think about making a conscious effort to be better. Christ is the reason we even have a Christmas in the first place. Some people may even say that December 25 was not his actual birthday, but at the end of the day, this is the time that we celebrate his birth. The next time you want to get upset about not receiving that favorite toy, or any other gift, think about the best gift you have and will ever receive…Jesus Christ!

Think About It…



With the holidays coming up, I’m sure many of you will be attending different office parties, birthday parties, and all types of other celebrations. You probably have even brought the perfect outfit for the occasion (or so you thought), with plans on pulling that sexy co-worker of yours that you have been making eyes with all year. Well before you go outside thinking that you are the best thing since sliced bread, maybe you should re-evaluate yourself in front of a mirror. If you are contemplating on changing into a new outfit, ask yourself these questions: 1) “Is my dress so tight that every roll on my body is attempting to rip through the seams?” 2) Are my pants sagging so low that everyone behind me knows what color the horse on my drawers is?” 3) “Do I need to redo my hairstyle so that the whole world will not see every track sewn into my head?” If you answered yes to any of these questions, TRY AGAIN! It is not cute for a women to have on clot

tumblr_mco7plVfU91rdft1ao1_500hes that are three sizes too small. If you have to do all that to get a man and attention, then maybe you just aren’t as fabulous as you think! And for all the males out there, you are too old to be sagging your pants. BUY A BELT, OR PANTS THAT FIT! Maybe if you knew the origin of that, you would think twice before you came out the house like that. Remember, it is ok to ask for help. When me and my friends would get ready to go out we would make sure that we all looked to part, before we left the house, or we would be quick to tell each other, you look a mess.

Now being ratchet does not just have to do with the way you dress. Your actions play a big part in how people perceive. Don’t be that person that always at the club starting fights with everybody , or ready to tell someone off because they stepped on your shoes. That is not cool in any shape, way or form. Especially when you are someone that people around you may look up to. STOP THE MADNESS! Just because because this person called you out of your name does not mean that you have to be ready to throw hands. It is ok to just let some things. Now if someone puts their hands on you, that is a different story, but if not, LET IT GO. You should not want to be perceived around campus, your job, or anywhere as that boy, or that girl that always getting into it with other people. That is how people loose friends! That is also not a good look for you professionally. Believe it or not, no matter how much you try and hide it, your past will catch up with you. REMEMBER, THINK BEFORE YOU SPEAK AND ACT!  Your actions, not only affect you, but those around you. The next time you find yourself about to get into one of those “ratchet” situations, ask yourself  “Is this something that I would be proud of tomorrow, next month, or even next year?” Think About It…