Make Your Own Jewelry Kits
DIY Jewelry Kits featuring Morse code necklaces and bracelets, layering necklace, hoop earrings, dangle earrings and so much more. Available in four styles:
Good Vibes - to help you channel positive energy and keep those good vibes flowing.
Mermaid Life - add a splash of mermaid / merman flare to your land legs with striking shades of blue for a bold pop of color.
Be Grande - minimalist jewelry you can mix, match and layer in sweet shades of pink and warm neutrals.
Red Carpet - show off your style and shine like a star for your next event in classic shades of black, silver, gold and white.
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The Earring Bar Collection
My most popular line since it's launch in 2016. With earring jackets ranging from sizes xx-small to x-large, you can transform virtually any stud earring into a look that's new and different.
Whether you buy a complete set of Top Shelf, Destination or Lifestyle Earrings, or the individual earring jackets, you play a part in creating the end look by mixing, matching and layering the ear jackets and stud earrings for a look that is all you.
Meet the Maker
Emma Lalumandier is a self-taught jewelry designer based in Richmond, VA. Her style is clearly organic and is centered around layered pieces that lets the customer have a say in the end look. The design is natural in a loose, free form way, and the finish is modern, resulting in a strong, feminine design.
Emma is a champion of strong, modern women. Her Retrospective Collection is a celebration of women around the world who have made advances in the humanities, science, medicine and women’s rights.
Her Earring Bar Collection is an innovative approach to jewelry design, basing layered ear jackets and semi-precious stone stud earrings on the names, hues and ingredients of classic cocktails and destination photos.
Emma has exhibited her work at the American Craft Council Show in Baltimore, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.