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MoonDrops By Norah

Luckily, I had my jewelry to dive head first into, and with all my free time and extra energy, I’ve been able to increase the frequency and size of my shop updates.

I started making jewelry last summer as a hobby. I sort of surprised myself with the creativity I had been bottling up, and I was flattered by the response I got, so I started a little business: Moon Drops!



Unexpectedly, I was able to build up a customer base in an art community on twitter, and in eight months, I’ve grown in ways I never imagined.



I’ve become infatuated with rocks and minerals, so all of my jewelry incorporates natural gemstones. Recently, I also began working with polymer clay.



I feel so grateful that I’m able to try new things and expand my style.



A few weeks ago, I was laid off from my full time job due to the corona virus, one of millions in a growing sea of unemployed Americans.



Luckily, I had my jewelry to dive head first into, and with all my free time and extra energy, I’ve been able to increase the frequency and size of my shop updates.


By some miracle, my sales have been good, but regardless, I feel incredibly fortunate to have my art as an outlet during this scary and uncertain time.


Young Entrepreneur: Norah of https://moondrops.bigcartel.com

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