Authentic Arts: Unique Jewelry for Your Nature-Lovin’ Heart

Jenny Hoople of Authentic Arts is a part-time librarian, organic farmer, and passionate jewelry designer. Taking her art to the next level, she is involved in every part of the process of creating her natural stone line, including growing her own job’s tear seeds!

With Jenny’s newest line of natural stone jewelry, the focus is on using natural materials, as you may have guessed. The results areย creations that have a natural, but effortlessly attractive and even glamorous presentation! With beads and stones delicately suspended from chains, these pieces are unique and bohemian yet very wearable.

Super secret sale for Papernstitch customers only! Type in the coupon code: pns2010 at checkout to receive 10% off your entire purchase.ย See the selection of natural stone jewelry and take advantage of 10% off in the Authentic Arts shop.

Vanessa wrote this post. She is a full time copywriter and webmarketer with a passion for art, creativity, and thrift. She writes about thrifting, creating, and saving money every weekday on her blog, Thrift Core.

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Oh, what a lovely Monday surprise, Vanessa! Thanks so much for the feature ๐Ÿ™‚ *waves to all of the papernstitch readers*

Jenny Hoople

My pleasure Jenny ๐Ÿ™‚

papernstitch

Very cool! Love the way these colorful natural stones are showcased in Jenny’s designs. :o)

Mai

thanks for sharing this …. very interesting to learn about this stone jewelry

Peggy

Hey Mai and Peggy- if you like the stones in Jenny’s new collection, you’ll love her diy project next week (it will be here on the papernstitch blog) that shows you how to drill holes safely in natural stones to make your own jewelry. Cool stuff. can’t wait to share it.
-Brittni

papernstitch

Oh, they’re authentic stones and pebbles that you find on beaches? Nature makes the most beautiful things… and Jenny makes them even more attractive!

Pia

I would love it if a girl wore those stone earrings. I think they are super unique and pretty. I really like the sea pebbles as well. Anything to do with nature seems to be super trendy right now.

Kenneth Gladman
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