Little Ms.De Bruyn
Part of my reworking, recycling and rediscovering mantra is discovering and supporting the little people. This is my friend Hannah De Bruyn (pronounced Brown,
I’m sure she’s just trying to be posh. Dutch I think!) who is one of the little people.
Ms. De Bruyn makes gorgeous jewellery under the excellenty titled name of ‘Hannah De Bruyn Jewellery’. She has a small blog and I say she is very little because her business is simply her on her own creating one off handmade pieces of jewellery and she’s only really just starting to get her gorgeous goods out there. ‘And about time too’ I hear someone cry at the back….
‘Hey! Pipe down love…She’s here now!’ I say back to you.
She certainly is here now as she has a little sale coming up! Yippee! It’s on Wednesday 3rd May and she will be selling her beauties at a wee gathering from 7pm – 9pm. They’ll be cocktails and juicy jewellery to drool over and I’ll be there in a great outfit. (I shall of course Rise to the occassion)
Ms. DB likes to work with beautiful coral – my favourite – as well as turquoise and pearls and always works with 9ct gold.
I have only shown you all the coral pieces here because I think I’m slightly obsessed with the colour at the moment. I can’t get enough of it! It’s going to be everywhere once the weather warms up again and a light dusting of a tan starts gracing our bodies.
Little pieces of Ms. De Bruyn’s jewellery would compliment any of these tasty treats. They also make great gifts for loved ones and of course for your goodselves. Nothing like an early christmas present eh?
Her sale is at a private house so if you are interested in coming and want to get your hands on some of these sweeeeeeeet treats you can contact Hannah and check out her lovely little blog here.
Support the little people because we all know what they say don’t we? Eh? What do we know?
Well…we all know that from tiny acorns big oak trees will grow.
Let’s help Ms. DB branch out shall we?*
*I’m sorry, I couldn’t help it. I love a play on words.
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