My Children Boosted My Jewelry Business

by Linda Maria Santiago.
(Miami Florida)

My name is Linda. I am originally from Puerto Rico but I live in Miami.

Jewelry making, (or Bisuteria, as they say in my country) has always been my passion. I have always loved creating.

My youngest modeling one of my Crochet wire designs, by Linda Maria Santiago - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

My youngest modeling one of my Crochet wire designs.

I recently developed a curiosity for crochet. So I decided to combine it with my jewelry making and I have to say it was awesome.

Everyone ranted about it. I enjoyed making them so much.

Turquoise Buddha necklace, by Linda Maria Santiago - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Turquoise Buddha necklace

My craftiness has made me explore many different handmade adventures. Fabric flowers, key chains, bracelets, hair pieces among other things.

I guess being a mother of four girls kind of led me in this direction. I always wanted my little ones to feel pretty.

Pink Wire Crochet, by Linda Maria Santiago  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Pink Wire Crochet

As my children’s friends saw their accessories, they began to make orders, and their mothers also.

This is how I began a little business without even knowing.

Wire crochet necklace, by Linda Maria Santiago  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Pink Wire crochet

Even though I am still in process of getting my niche off the ground, I am hopeful that this will soon become the dream come true that I am waiting for.

Linda Maria Santiago
Essence of Adorn

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Comments

  1. A lovely way to start and grow your jewelry business, Linda Maria! Lucky daughters to have Mom creating beautiful things for them to wear – and then modeling your jewelry every time they wear it. Love your wire crochet jewelry! I agree, it’s fun to use other crafting techniques in jewelry making.

  2. Beautiful work!! I especially love your wire crotchet pieces!

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