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A lovely fun necklace created using various buttons and fine silver-plated (nickel free) wire.
Length 18 inches.
I am Janine Mayes, the jewellery designer and founder of Janmary Designs.
Janmary Designs began in May 2009 but I have been creating jewellery for much longer. What started as a hobby has grown into a successful business.
I love creating new designs, and sourcing beads and findings from many suppliers, to give each item a unique look.
None of my items are mass produced. Each item is made with care and attention, and is presented in a gift box or coordinating gift bag.
I live in Northern Ireland with my husband and 3 kids. I am a blogger, photographer and digital scrapbooker with a passion for creativity.
Check out the online store, read my blog, sign up for the Newsletter, or find a local stockist.
2. Book Janine to take the stress out of birthday parties. For everyone – from 5 year olds to grannies! I can come along with all the tools and beads to help the guests each create a beautiful piece of jewellery. Get in touch to find out more.
3. Janmary Designs can be found throughout Northern Ireland in independant shops, visitor centres and hotels.
I love that you can get the piece of jewellery so quickly.
The necklace I ordered was made to match my outfit for a wedding.
The quality of jewellery is very good and service is excellent.
I love the knitted pearl cuff you made for me and the pink beaded ring - they're both really feminine and beautifully made. The gorgeous necklace with sterling silver and multicoloured beads you made for my sister in law is a wonderful mix of bold colours. She gets great wear out of it as it goes with the plainest of t-shirts!
“Thank you Janine for a fantastic jewellery party today for my daughter’s 8th birthday party. All the girls had a wonderful time & loved to show off their amazing bracelets when their parents collected them. There is already talk of a party again next year!! Thanks again for a wonderful afternoon.”