Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Turquoise Envy - Do you have it?

Yes, it's true, some people have Turquoise Envy.  It's what happens when one sees something beautiful made with turquoise and secretly covets it for themselves.  The good news is, there's a cure for Turquoise Envy!

I've been a very busy lady as of late.  I am taking my one-of-a-kind jewelry designs on the road to Scottsdale Arizona!  Over Memorial Day weekend, I'll be participating in an incredible event designed to help entrepreneurs price, package and promote their businesses to success.  Linda P. Jones is the master of wealth building and one really important component of that is having your own business.  So the intensive retreat she's hosting Memorial Day weekend is specifically about branding to appeal to your ideal clients.  (There's are just a few spaces open still if you are a business owner and would like to join us:  http://bit.ly/YMUtzp )

So in preparing for the retreat, I've been finishing a few pieces of jewelry that will be going with me to sell (including that turquoise and druzy cuff I showed a short time ago) and showcase what options are available to have designed in a custom piece of jewelry by me.  I'm really excited to connect with new clients and to help showcase their individual beauty through their jewelry style.  That's what makes custom-made jewelry so special... it's made exclusively for you, to your taste, color and style - and in turn is a visual image of who you are.  It's just so special that someday you can pass that jewelry along to your family as part of your legacy! 


TesoriTrovati said...

Good for you Miss Dawn! I have been trying to find the right message that is speaking to me. I am doing another online class soon specifically geared to finding my wholesale niche. I will look forward to your review of this class. And have a marvelous time in Arizona! Enjoy the day. Erin

Shirley Moore said...

Sounds like a wonderful time. Hope you'll do a blog post about your experience. Have a great trip!

Shaiha said...

Sounds like a wonderful step forward in your business goals. I just wish that I was in place in life that I could attend.

Amy S. said...

Dawn - these are gorgeous pieces. Your Scottsdale trip sounds amazing - good luck and I hope you glean lots of wonderful information from it! :) Your comment about creating custom pieces that outlast you, really struck a cord with me. I sometimes get impatient when a piece isn't coming together as quickly as I like, but you remind me that the time is a worthy investment for a piece that will hopefully last a long time! :)

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