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DinnerWearJewelry: An Interview with Owner Mary-Ann Wood

One of the things I’ve enjoyed the most about featuring Etsy shops on my blog is getting to know the owners; what inspires them to design? What brought them to open their shop? I’ve started a new series of blog posts specifically for this occasion – owner interviews. I hope you’ll enjoy learning more about these unique artists’ process and inspiration! When asked about how crafting became a part of her life, DinnerWear Jewelry owner Mary-Ann Wood muses, “Crafting has always been a part of my life, for as long… Read more DinnerWearJewelry: An Interview with Owner Mary-Ann Wood

CraftyGirl’s Featured Shop: VintageTeacupShop

I’ve always loved looking at vintage glassware and china patterns. It’s one of my favorite things to look for when I’m in antique shops, and I love seeing all of the colors & patterns that have been created. With the advent of online shopping in the past decade, it’s become easier and easier to browse china & other vintage items online! Check out Etsy shop VintageTeacupShop; based in Franklin, MA, VintageTeacupShop is owned by Mary-Ann Wood, who also owns Etsy shop DinnerWearJewelry. Mary-Ann often goes shopping for vintage china supplies… Read more CraftyGirl’s Featured Shop: VintageTeacupShop

CraftyGirl’s Featured Shop: DinnerWearJewelry

We all have those special sentimental keepsakes; that special item passed down by family or dear friends that you can’t bear to part with. For a lot of us, it’s china – not practical for daily use, but you hold it dear to your heart, maybe display it in a prominent location in your home. But what happens when your china breaks? Your heart breaks a little with it. Worry no more, because Etsy shop DinnerWearJewelry has a solution. Based in Franklin, MA, owner Mary-Ann Wood creates keepsake jewelry from… Read more CraftyGirl’s Featured Shop: DinnerWearJewelry