Chinese Blessings – Featured

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Chinese Blessings Necklace - $15

Another one of my Chinese hong bao (lucky money red envelopes used during the New Year) glass tile pendant necklace was featured in an Etsy Treasury today. These lucky Chinese blessings necklaces express “Good Fortune”, “Good Health”, “Longevity”, and “Peace”.  These pendants and other pendants can be purchased at my eboutique at www.majentadesigns.etsy.com

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One-of-a-kind Pendant – Featured!

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golden flower on red - $17 glass pendant necklace

This beautiful necklace was featured in an Etsy treasury. This necklace is for sale in my eboutique at http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=11972176

This beautiful pendant is classic and vibrant, perfect for matching any occasion or outfit – wear it with your favorite cocktail dress or with a casual shirt and jeans!  This pendant is of a golden etched floral design onto a red background; this paper is from a lucky Chinese “hong bao” (i.e., red envelope), which is used during the Chinese / Lunar New Year to spread good fortune and wishes for an auspicious new year! There is only ONE of these pendants, so its sure to be a unique gift!

Check out the rest of my eboutique for other patterns and designs in my signature chiyogami jewelry and housewares collection at www.majentadesigns.etsy.com

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Asian inspired treasury

Welcome 2008!

Wow, another year has passed, time sure flies by! 2 years ago I was spending New Years on a beach in Thailand, and the year before that watching fireworks over Sydney Harbour in Australia! This year was spend in Boston at a gathering at one of my high school friend’s apartment.

2007 was a great year, I had a good job, my boyfriend moved to MA, I got to travel to Croatia, Ireland, and England, I got into a PhD program, not to mention started my own business on Etsy! I have always had a passion for crafts and jewelry making, so its so exciting to find a site so successful for helping local artists and promoting handmade items! I’m so excited and so grateful to see my items starting to get some sales!

For 2008, I really am interested in trying to find some craft shows or venues where I can sell my items in person too. I have a few creations I want to make, but I wouldnt know how to sell online, since I wouldnt know how to package and mail them (e.g., vases and baskets).