The website is reloaded and extensively tested, although there may be aspects I missed so if you find any glitches please contact me to let me know. I freshened up the overall look. I now feel like it reflects the brand better. When I first established the website I was just getting comfortable with it having moved over from using Etsy and Artfire. Now that I have my footing I feel like I know my way around the space better and know how I want my brand reflected.
I am slowly adding product back as I am going through a period of change and expansion with my creativity. I am looking to streamline my collection as well as update some of the looks. I feel a bit stuck because our house is up for renovation in the near future – including my workspace. This is much needed as I feel very uninspired in my space these days. It has also become a bit perilous of an area for the baby so my time in it is limited. Slowly things will get back into full swing, per usual you can always contact me directly if there is anythig you are specifically looking for.Leilani Cleveland Deveau is a self-taught jewelry artist with over sixteen years of experience. 4 years ago she added the fiber arts (wool processing/dyeing/carding/spinning, knitting, crochet and felting) to her long list of creative interests. Leilani welcomes questions or comments from other crafters and handmade artists, as well as requests for custom, wholesale or consignment jewelry. Her home studio is located in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. You can contact her by email: email@example.com or stay informed by subscribing to her monthly newsletter (a draw for a giveaway each month!). See sign up button at right on main blog page.