Portland, OR – September 23, 2020 – Through the launch of her new line of bead loom bracelets Elyse has seen a sudden increase in sales. With a command of color and artistry she has managed to release an entire line of new bracelets made exclusively with Japanese Delica beads that includes a variety of patterns and color and the use of gold and silver fill findings. These new pieces have quickly become some of her most popular.
Despite the setbacks of being a small business in 2020, Elyse has been able to create new designs that are flying off the shelves. She has seen a significant increase in online sales to make up for the recent closures of in-person markets.
Elyse says, “It’s important now more than ever that when you are shopping, you are keeping the small business in mind. I am so grateful and appreciative to be doing what I’m doing and I thank each and every one of my customers for supporting me.”
Handmade by Elyse has been in business for many years now. She has been making jewelry since the day her mom signed her up for her first class years ago…and continued to sign her up….and continued to sign her up…and then she signed herself up. She specializes in working with semi-precious stones and wrapping techniques and is especially clever in her use of color.
Emma was born in Tuskegee Albama and educated at Kent state University. She has written across the National News. She worked as a manager for the global marketing department and recently she is working on Weekly Optimist.
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