Wed, Aug 2, 2017
Eternal Bird is an Etsy Editor's Pick! I'm so honoured to be featured as one of Etsy's Editor's Picks for this season's Wedding Style Guide. My minimalist Canadian Blue Pine cufflinks are featured alongside some truly beautiful and inspiring wedding accessories, decor, gifts, jewellery, and more. If you're attending a wedding this season I...
Mon, Jul 31, 2017
Stylishly add a bit of nature to your celebrations. I'm proud to launch these minimalist air plant hangers handmade with locally cut Baltic Birch and cotton cord with my newest shop member, Erin Chapman. These little beauties are...
Wed, Jul 5, 2017
I can't wait to see you at two not-to-be-missed craft markets I'll be a vendor at in July. On top of all the amazing local artisans to browse there will be live music, live entertainment, food, community and more. Read on below for all the details, plus a contest to win $40 to spend at one of the markets!
Wed, Jun 14, 2017
I'm excited to be a vendor at the River District Farmers Market in Vancouver, BC this Saturday June 17, 2017 from 10am-3pm.
This one-of-a-kind market is the only riverfront market in Vancouver! Come shop for fruits and vegetables, prepared foods, and handmade products produced by farmers and artisans. Stay for live music, a delicious meal at Romer's Burger Bar and enjoy the waterfront, playground and pier.
I'll have all of my most popular items, like wood stud earrings, wood cufflinks and tie clips, wood bar necklaces, and geometric sterling silver & gold filled necklaces. Plus lots of items not available in my online shop - including agate stone bracelets, and wood beaded necklaces. Come by to see, touch, and try it all on in person!
Here's some of what you can expect at the market:
Mon, Jun 5, 2017
When Eternal Bird launched over two years ago, one of the first products was little wood stud earrings. That little idea has grown into a full line of necklaces, bracelets, cufflinks, tie clips, and yes, lots of little wood earrings.
I love working with natural materials like wood. The unique grain of each piece, the ease of dressing it up or down, and it's versatility. And I love transforming this natural material into minimal jewellery pieces with some edge. But I don't stop at just lasercutting Canadian sourced wood. You'll also find me hammering brass, threading wood beads, wire wrapping, and practicing fine tool work with sterling silver and gold filled findings.
I started my jewellery and accessories line two years ago with a small studio...