Etsy Review: Far Out Creations

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I love working with Copper! It is the oldest metal known to man, and Copper Jewelry has been used by many ancient civilizations, including, Egyptian, Greeks, Romans and Native Americans. 
It has long been believed to possess natural healing properties, and is in fact super conductive and naturally antimicrobial.
My name is Rebecca, and I am blessed to live in one of the most beautiful places on Earth, just below Pikes Peak, near the Garden of the Gods, which is very inspiring. I am married to a wonderful man who has always encouraged me artistically and have a sweet teenage daughter, an old cranky, but lovable kitty, and the cutest dog in the world, with fur the color of heat oxidized copper. Half long hair Doxie, half Chow.(Don't know how that happened but I'm glad it did.)
I have been playing with beads since I was a young girl, buying seed beads at Tandy Leather, and making wire beads with colored electrical wire. I am old enough that when I went to school girls took home economics, boys took shop. I railed against the system and insisted on metal shop, where I learned how to forge Iron, and hammer it into fireplace sets. I loved it, and it has turned out to be useful information after all these years!
Etsy has been a real blessing for me. My daughter has health issues and it would be very hard for me to work outside the home. And I love my job!!! Don't tell anyone, but I would pay to do this.
As you might be able to tell from all of the pictures I took, I am quite obsessed with these rings.
I guess I have a weak-spot for wire-wrapped rings, and these by FarOutCreations on Etsy are no exception.
Each ring is unique and different from the next.
These are actually EXTREMELY comfortable to wear!
I love these and I want more, more, more!!!

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1 comment:

izumi said...

wow, those are gorgeous :) how do these people find you to send stuff to be reviewed? jeesh.