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  Sellers Decadent Dragonfly

Decadent Dragonfly

NTT
United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Hi, I’m Jenny, I\'ve had ME since 2005 and it appears I\'m addicted to crafting! :) I rediscovered a love of crafting and jewellery-making when I was looking for a hobby that would fit around my symptoms and abilities. Over the years I\'ve improved my skills and become more confident in my designs - I do hope you like them! I find variety keeps me interested and reduces the risk of symptom flare-ups, so you never know what things you might find in my shop! I tend to list mostly my ME-blue, Fibro-purple and spoon-themed items on this site, but I also sell via facebook (www.facebook.com/DecadentDragonfly) and Etsy (www.etsy.com/shop/DecadentDragonfly) - please do visit, and gimme a \'like\' and a wave ;) I am very happy to undertake custom orders and bespoke pieces, please message me to chat about your ideas or needs. All of my items are made with lead and nickel-free components but if you have any specific allergies or requirements please do let me know. I also like to use old/vintage/recycled/upcycled/repurposed items to make one-of-a-kind pieces, though duplicates, colour variations and size alterations are generally possible. (And now you also know where to send all that old/broken/out of style jewellery that’s been cluttering up your drawers! All donations very gratefully received ;) ). I donate 10% of my profits to LDIFME, and I’m really pleased to help raise funds for essential research into this devastating and little-understood condition. It may not sound like much, but I am also raising funds to support a private treatment protocol that I\'m following (which is working!) and I hope to eventually fully fund this through my jewellery makes. As the protocol is also helping me to gain the ability to make more jewellery I find this a pleasing self-perpetuating cycle :) Also, if you compare us with some of the enormous, multi-billion companies making a big deal about giving just 0.1% of their profits to charity, the proportional amounts that PwME are able to give through their crafting endeavours are comparatively huge, and we should all be very proud of ourselves! Do have a browse through my shop, I hope you like what you see xxxxxxxx