Don't get me wrong, I'm happy to look back on that jewelry. For it to appeare better than I had remembered it, that's a thing with me: I can think more fondly of my work in hindsight, but it arouses insecurity in me, as well. Because of that I could be setting myself up for disappointment in what I make in the coming weeks - expecting it to be as good as the magic memory I'm reflecting on... I guess the good news is that I do enjoy a challenge.
Even better, is that I'm working out all the core/foundational areas of my store: updating policy, cleaning up descriptions, re-evaluating products, dealing with new shipping rates. The store is being all around gutted and de-cluttered of dated info. So that where as selling was a bumpy ride last year things are being re-worked to operate smoothly this year -- so that's a breath of fresh air. I think - I hope - this will encourage my creativity the way a clean studio can.
In any case, humor me! let's take a walk down memory lane. Fall two-thousand fifteen @ JuleeM.Clark design was a lot of purple and neutral -- this year will be more emerald and neutral. Hopefully posting this blog with a gallery of old work will be the magic recipe to inspire new ideas in me:)
Well, I'm not gonna lie, the album I had these pics in there was also a pic of a giant, gooey cinnamon roll... I need to go eat something awful for me now. I hope you understand.