Now, I have a pretty thick skin, but even so an artist is so connected with their work that it can be pretty scary asking for a critique, at least for me. But Kayla was thrilled! (I was thrilled that she was thrilled, too! Read her review on her blog.
Here a photo of a beautiful bracelet from her shop. She's a Lyme disease survivor, and jewelry is one place where she finds strength and purpose. I'm posting a few of her Lyme disease-themed pieces, because they are for a good cause, and because they are beautiful. Her pieces have a simple beauty that is both gorgeous and calming. Her pieces exude a feeling of peace and tranquility, in the midst of her storm.
Thanks for the feature, Kayla! I'm glad you liked my work! I hope that your pay-it-forward was a great investment for you, and that it will come back to you multiplied.