Meet MysticWynd

Posted: June 16, 2010 in accessories, BESTeam, etsy, handmade, jewelry
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It’s rare to find a shop with that truly offers “something for everyone.” But the amazing diversity of jewelry at Mystic Wynd is impossible to ignore. Just check out the shop sections — everything from Angels and Faeries to Funky/Modern to Vintage. Then click on a few images, and you’ll find the work of a self-confident designer who can move deftly from one look to another without missing a beat (or maybe that should be “bead”).

Here’s one example, the “Aqua and White Necklace Glass Heart with Ribbon – Love Grows”:

Contrast that sleek, streamlined look with this exotic, nature-inspired “Telescopium Shell and Seed Bead Necklace with Charms”:

Click on the Gemstones section and you’ll find treasures like this “Green Apple Turquoise with Pearl Necklace”:

Green apple turquoise … who knew? Plus, the detailed descriptions include fun information on various stones, including their metaphysical, astrological and numerological properties. How cool is that?

In a world where most people are pretty happy if they can manage to do one thing well, Karen, the artist behind Mystic Wynd, has applied her talent to lots of different styles with stunning results.   Why the wide ranging approach? As she explains: “One of the first things the entrepreneurial gurus tell you to do is to determine who you want your products to appeal to. In my case, it was obvious – everyone!”

She’s not kidding! No matter what your style or taste in jewelry, there are pieces here that are not to be missed. But don’t take my word for it. Connect with Mystic Wynd and Karen at:
Her blog
On twitter
Become a Facebook fan
Or be notified automatically of new listings by subscribing to the shop feed

Comments
  1. Nina says:

    What a well thought out post! I especially like your statement about people and being happy in being good at one thing. Wonderful!

    • naughtymonkeys says:

      Thank you! I’m glad that made sense. The BESTeam members are great to write about, because there are so many different skills to feature. Amazing group!

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