New Studio!!

Wednesday, April 27


I've had a really busy start to the new year and am so excited to have moved in to a jewelry studio in the historic Jewelry Theatre Building in downtown Los Angeles. It's definitely a big adjustment from rolling out of bed and working away in yoga pants all day in my home studio, but it really helps to stream line my production flow.

The most exciting part is if you're in Los Angeles you can come visit, and work with me in person. The studio is now open for you to come in and shop in person, work on a custom order with me or even take a jewelry lesson. Whether you want to work with me to design engagement and wedding rings, a statement necklace or ring, or rework some jewelry with sentimental value in to something more your style, I'd love to work with you.


You can email me at hello@amandaklockrow.com to set up an appointment to stop in for a visit. I'll give you the address plus parking tips when we set up the appointment. It's also really close to a few Metro stops.


Don't forget if you always wanted to learn how to solder and make your own jewelry, I'll also be offering private lessons in the studio.

Be bold. Live Beautifully.
-Amanda

Valentine's Day Trunk Show this Saturday

Monday, February 1


Join me at P2 this Saturday from 11-6pm to pick out the perfect gift for Valentine's Day. 
1021 N. Swarthmore Ave 
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

xoxo Amanda

This year's Christmas craft project was inspired by Pinterest of course.

Sunday, January 3


I saved this picture above from A Beautiful Mess to Pinterest a few months ago and even bought the supplies at Michael's early. But time flew by over the holidays, so I'm just now getting around to posting about it. I had a lot of fun experimenting with different oven bake clay colors and paint pens. I tried my regular paints but for some reason they wouldn't stick to the clay surface. The pretty green paint pen also exploded after the first ornament I used it on so only one set got a little green. I ended up making them in sets of three and I think they turned out pretty well.

 I started out with just a few clay colors and paint pens, but as I got the hang of the project I added more colors.



The gold clay was my least favorite so it didn't make it into the finished sets I gave out. I think this could be a really fun project to do with family and friends, and the supplies are all really easy to find at any craft store. 

I really like taking the time at least once a year to play around with a new craft project and since I love making gifts for my family and friends, I always use Christmas as an excuse to try something new out.

Did you work on any fun craft projects recently? If you did I would love to see the results. 

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