I use a range of materials and tools to craft my jewellery.

1. Polymer Clay.  A non-toxic, synthetic modeling clay that comes from a polyvinyl (PVC) base.

2. Cutters.  I create my own signature style 'Punch Cutters'.  I draw my designs with a 3D CAD program and print them locally here in Melbourne.  I also like to use and support other amazing small businesses who make their own cutters too.

3. Components.  To put my jewellery together I use jump rings, studs and earring backs.  It's important for me to use good quality materials.  I use 'surgical stainless steel' where ever possible, for those delicate ears.

4. Finishing.  I take great pride in my craftsmanship and attention to detail.  I take my time in finishing off every component, through sanding and polishing to make each piece feel and look amazing.   

My intention is to create jewellery that makes you feel happy and for you to shine and be your divine self.

Each jewellery piece is authentic, original, handmade and crafted by my own two hands in my Melbourne studio.  They are slow made in small batches as opposed to mass manufactured items you find in the mainstream market place.  This is why each jewellery item is a unique piece of art.