Joelle recently opened her shop selling kitsch, retro and kooky jewellery. I found those words in her keyword list and they describe her style perfectly!
How would you describe the jewellery you make?
I would describe my Jewellery as: 'Quirky Handmade Jewellery'
You Colour My World Earrings
How long have you been making jewellery?
Not long at all! I started selling it to my friends little over 2 months ago.
What made you start?
My friend sent me a link to a site selling charms, this made me think about making some extra money selling jewellery. This then expanded to selling on my website!
P.S. I Love You Necklace
Have you taken any jewellery-making classes or are you self-taught?
I have never taken jewellery making classes, I am completely self taught!
What made you decide to make your style of jewellery rather than the more classic type?
My style of jewellery is based on something I would like and buy! I do think about the fact that 'It's not what you want, its what other people want' but I have a very quirky sense of fashion (and jewellery!) and this is what came out of it!
Where do you buy your jewellery-making supplies? Online or locally?
I buy my supplies all online.
Where do you sell your jewellery? Is it just online or do you ever do craft fairs, sell locally?
I sell my jewellery online at Joelleabelle and am yet to do a craft fair and I haven't yet found a local one, although I would love to do one in the future.
Do you blog?
I do, and love it! You can find my blog Here
Builder's Breakfast Ring
If you were given your own body-weight in chocolate would you......
a) Squeal with delight?
b) Grab a Ginsters pasty and run away screaming?
a) I would looooove it!
Who would be your fantasy date?!
Hmmm.. Aaron Johnson (Angus Thongs And Perfect Snogging) :)
You Spin Me Right Round Earrings
Thank you Joelle, I'm pleased to say you answered the chocolate question correctly :D
See more of Joelle's funky jewellery here