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Fab Times at the American Craft Council show in Baltimore

Fab Times at the American Craft Council show in Baltimore

I just got back from Baltimore, where I participated in both wholesale and retail sections of the American Craft Council show. Let me tell you…it was super fun and also was great validation that the new collection is going in the right direction! We picked up some new wholesale accounts, so my work will be represented by some terrific stores & galleries in parts of the country that are new to me (more about those in a later blog posts), and I had an amazing time during the retail section of the show. The retail section is what I’d like...

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We did a photo shoot…and it was so much fun!

We did a photo shoot…and it was so much fun!

Check out the new slideshow on karinjacobson.com! When my marketing/PR specialist (and good friend) Rachael suggested to me that I should have photos for the website of my new collection on a real, live human, I thought, “Of course!” (facepalm) “why didn’t I do that sooner?”  She made the point that it would not only be pretty, but would help people see how the work sits on a body, and help them to envision it on themselves.  And the photos definitely achieved that.  But what I hadn’t suspected was how it would change the way that I look at the...

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First Thursday Valentine's Day Sale!

First Thursday Valentine's Day Sale!

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and I'm having my annual First Thursday Valentine's Day sale! All in stock jewelry is 10% off, and I'll wrap your gift up with chocolate & a red ribbon! Stop by my studio to pick up something for someone you love...and of course, that does include you... First Thursday Open Studios in the Northrup King Building1500 Jackson St., NE, Studio 288Minneapolis, MN Thursday, February 4; 5 - 9pm

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Just like a rocket...we are (re)launching!

Just like a rocket...we are (re)launching!

And adding a blog to the new site! Because people often ask me how I got my start making jewelry, I thought a great first blog post would be a little bit about me… I got my first taste of jewelry design while attending the Perpich Center for Arts Education, a fine arts high school in Minneapolis. That beginner class led to an apprenticeship, starting the summer I graduated from high school, and turned into a job working as a bench goldsmith for the next 7 years, during which I also attended college and graduated from the University of Minnesota....

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