Looking back, I don’t think anyone would have predicted how 2020 would turn out. But here at the end of the year, I wanted to write a 2020 year in review and take the chance to look back at the year and the successes I saw. So in no particular order, here are a few things I’m proud of from the past year.

  • I was able to attend the Tucson Gem Show and find several inspiring materials while making lasting memories.
  • I released my first ever all metal jewelry collection. I’m proud of each item I created and how it turned out.
  • I revamped the bracelets that I sell and made so many, I released an all Dandelions and Rust, a local Fort Collins store, and was a part of their market through the summer. Now, I’m happy to call the store home; you can find an ever-rotating selection of my jewelry inside daily.
  • I created six different collections this year with inspiration ranging from my sketches to the nature around me.
  • I was able to break in my new tent and test its durability during a windy market day in October. Thankfully, the tent withstood and will continue to be used in 2021.
  • I was able to get into a market in Loveland at Backyard Tap, a place I’ve wanted to sell at for the last several years.

While 2020 didn’t go quite as I planned, overall, I’m thrilled with how I’m ending the year. I’m looking forward to seeing what 2021 brings (good, bad, or otherwise). Cheers to the new year!

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