These vendors have jewelry at Caboodle. Nearly all work is unique and original so the pieces pictured may no longer be available but they will give you an idea of the artists style.
Ann Franklin Designs creates whimsical, fun and trendy jewelry pieces. Most are made with up-cycled materials. Necklaces made on dominoes, scrabble tiles and Rumicube tiles are just fun and sassy! Pictures are sealed with resin so they are durable.
Linda is a wonderful wire wrapper. She can take nearly any beautiful stone and wrap it in sterling silver or gold filled wire to create a stunning one-of-a-kind pendant. She is no stranger to every day jewelry either. Linda uses glass beads and natural stone beads to create earrings and pendants that will be noticed when you wear them. All of her earrings are on sterling silver ear wires that clip shut so there is no chance of losing an earring! All of her pendants are on sterling silver bails. Much of what we have in the "candy bowl" comes from Blackbird Design!
Brenda creates classic, simple jewelry. Sterling silver lariats or simple pearls on black cording. These are perfect for the person who likes something that is not too big and has a sleek, classic look. They will work nicely with nearly every clothing style. Check out the glass and ceramics page for Brenda's other offerings
Christy creates beaded jewelry. At Caboodle we carry mainly her bracelets but we will sometimes have a necklace or two also. Christy's most popular item at Caboodle are her five bracelet sets. Christy makes these sets of bracelets in complimentary colors. There are five stretchy bracelets to the set and they can be worn as a single bracelet or all of them together for a multi strand bracelet look. These sets make a great birthday party treat since you can separate the set and give one or two to all the girls at the party! Being stretchy means no clasp to try and do if you are on your own.
If you love bugs you can’t help but fall in love with the Elle Designs items. They put all kinds of bugs on things. We have pins, hair clips, pin/clip combinations, scarf picks, and hair picks. They do dragonflies and all kinds of winged bugs that are just too cute! Elle uses natural stone beads, glass beads, ribbon, enameled beads to make these cute bugs. This is really a unique item you won’t find everywhere.
Gabriela uses tiny real flowers that she seals in resin and surrounds in sterling silver to make pendants and bracelets. No two are ever the same! The pedants come in two sizes and many shapes including crosses, hearts, butterflies, circles, squares and rectangles. These pieces have a very romantic and classic feel to them. Why not say I love you with flowers that will last forever?
Gail makes those awesome hemp bracelets everyone loves. Add some colorful beads and these are a great bracelet for the young and the young at heart! We also have a few choker style necklaces. These are what I call great jeans jewelry. The neutral colors go with everything.
Jill creates little individual masterpieces with alcohol inks! These inks are extremely vibrant and pure colors that blend together like watercolors. Jill paints on yupo or tissue paper then puts them under glass and makes a foiled back so these necklaces are lightweight. The abstract designs are really hard to choose from...I wanted them all! There will never be any two exactly alike
Joyce and her husband create necklaces and earrings out ofwine corks. The tops of champagne corks are used to make choker style necklaces and earrings while the regular cylindrical corks are used for necklaces in two lengths. The longer necklaces have metal or glass beads dangling from the bottom and they are strung on large ball chains. These have a very distinct look to them and are always a conversation piece. Maybe you can find a necklace with your favorite wine cork!
Karen has been making jewelry for years. She has perfected making interesting, affordable pieces that compliment anyone’s wardrobe. Karen also is sure to make a few pieces that coordinate. Her items include earrings, necklaces and pins. Karen is one of the few vendors we have doing post earrings.
Krista makes one of our most versatile necklaces. She makes bird nest necklaces with a variety of colored pearls or turquoise beads for eggs. The number of "eggs" varies from 2 to 5. We have done custom orders for more also. The nests also come in a few different colors of wire from classic silver to a few antiqued metal shades and black. These necklaces are popular because they are unique enough for people who like the unusual but not so out there that someone whose style is more classic wouldn't like them. I hear very often from people who buy these nest necklaces as gifts and no one has been disappointed. Krista also does 2 sided photographic necklaces and earrings. She uses original photographs that get digitalized and then she adds colors (sometimes). Often times the image on one side of the item is the negative image of the first side. All of Krista's jewelry is so unique.
Stephanie is a seriously amazing artist! What we have at Caboodle is mainly her metal clay jewelry pieces. Stephanie uses her metal pieces, natural stone beads, shell beads, African trade beads and cording to create rustic, industrial mixed metal jewelry pieces. No two pieces are ever the same with Stephanie. Stephanie sometimesmakes her ear wires, clasps and chains also. All of her earrings are on sterling silver wire. I must say that I do own more than a few pieces of Stephanie's. Stephanie also teaches metal clay and patina classes at Caboodle. Check out the class page for all her offerings.
Pam at Whitty Wire Jewelry makes wonderful jewelry with silver, goldfilled wire and copper. Her designs are always unique and beautiful. Pam strives to come up with new ideas that you will love. Her pieces include rings, necklaces and bracelets. I had to snag a piece before it hit the sales floor!
Winter Garden Studios creates necklaces with plants. Using flowers and leaves, or the spines of these plants, layered on colored paper backings are sealed in an acid free glue and covered in resin. These pieces are all unique and one of a kind but are not as classic looking but rather more trendy and hip. There are several shapes and two sizes to choose from. There is certain to be something that will fit your style.
Lene creates beaded jewelry in a variety of styles. Earrings, necklaces and bracelets can be made with sterling silver or in base metals. Items can easily be made to order if you are wanting to match jewelry to a special outfit.
Nicole has been creating for a long time. She had her own store for many years. Nicole creates beaded jewelry of all shapes and sizes and with many different types of beads. Glass, acrylic, ceramic, molded plastics and metal. Nicole has a knack for creating jewelry that appeals to many people and for any occasion.
Sonja uses sterling silver or hypo-allergenic copper and unusual beads to create one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces. She makes individual earrings, necklaces and bracelets but also puts together sets for when you don't want to have to think too hard about putting together a complete look! We have earring and necklace sets ans well as earring and bracelet sets. Everything is packaged so beautifully that it is ready to go as a gift. Hint, hint guys! :) You can't go wrong!
Tessa is another of our young vendors. She started selling her origami paper crane, bat and heart earrings when she was in 5th grade. Now several years later she is selling at several stores. Tessa has even done some special events like weddings where she created 1000 cranes. These are ultra lightweight and just a really cool conversation piece.
Zardenia jewelry is very much in trend right now. Emine uses molded flowers of all kinds to make rings of all sizes, bobbypins and necklaces. These are such a fun costume jewelry piece and seem to fit everyone’s style. It’s a fun way to accessorize any outfit or just to add a stylish and fun splash to your basics.