Cheryl Harvey from On The Edge Jewelry uses many different components, but tends to favor mostly freshwater pearls, Swarvoski crystals, semi-precious gemstones, and shell and copper when creating jewelry.  “I carefully choose colors and textures and shapes that I feel work together to make pieces that I myself would wear,” She says.  “In fact, often I do not want to let them go!”

Cheryl  remembers the first piece of jewelry she made:  “. . . a ring that my dad had made for me by carving out the center of a buckeye,” she tells.  “After he was finished, I carved an indentation in the top of the ring and glued in a rhinestone.  I still enjoy mixing the natural with the sparkly.”

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