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Jewelry Chats a Virtual Art Market Episode 01 - The Story of Cedar

You know, ever since COVID started, and I haven't been able to be in art markets with my jewelry or meet all of your beautiful faces in person, I've missed all of the sharing and the storysharing that goes along with making & selling this nature jewelry.  And so a while ago, I had this idea that I wanted to do some LIVES with you so that we could connect and I could answer your questions and tell you little stories about the pieces. Every once in a while I'll give away a piece of my Handmade Nature Jewelry to somebody who's tuned into the LIVE! Tune in WEDNESDAYS at 11AM on INTSAGRAM I did a little trial run last week with...

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Introducing "Jewelry Chats" our weekly Instagram & Facebook LIVES a virtual art market for jewelry

Hi! It’s me, Kate, - Founder & Lead Designer of Morning Moon Nature Jewelry. Join me for JEWELRY CHATS - a Virtual LIVE ART MARKET on Wednesdays at 11am Pacific time, it will include behind the scenes studio moments, explanations of the origins and symbolism of each piece, time for Q & A about the jewelry; bits and bobs about how it’s made, and random prizes for people in the audience! Head over to Instagram right now to 🔔 TURN POST NOTIFICATIONS ON so you don't miss a thing!   I have been meaning to do this for you for quite a while now, these LIVES. I get a bit nervous in front of the camera, so I have been putting it off, but I really want an opportunity to tell you a...

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New handmade Nature Jewelry recently added to our collection!

I think the FERN collection has to be among my own all-time favourites. I also want to show you the new heart-shaped LINDEN leaf earrings, the adorable BLUEBERRY pendant (only 2 of these left right now) and the GINKGO earrings (customers had literally been asking me for years to create GINKGO in this size - it just took me a while to perfect it). 

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Keep finding light and beauty even in times of great darkness

I am a 3rd generation Ukrainian Canadian woman.  I’ve spent most of my life disconnected from my cultural roots. My heritage was not hidden from me, I was simply not exposed to it. From what I can put together, this was largely because my immigrant great-grandparents and grandparents worked hard to put the pain of their pasts behind them, inadvertently tucking away many of the beautiful things that went with it at the same time.   Like many humans across the globe, the violent invasion of Ukraine has made me heartsick and angry, helpless and scared.  And it has also stirred deep feelings of compassion, tenderness, reverence and a visceral feeling of connection to both my ancestors and long-lost living...

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