Feb 4, 2019

Paging….Diana Frey

Posted By: Terri
Category: Designer Spotlight

Paging… Diana Frey. Diana are you there?

Hello Glamour Girls. If you visit this blog on any sort of continuous basis you know I have a major penchant for sharing some pretty things especially when they have a bit of bling. I mean, what would life be without a little (or a lot of SPARKLE). Answer…not nearly as pretty! And Glamour Girl we are ALL about THE PRETTY!

Recently, I shared on my personal Facebook page a photo featuring the most beautiful heart frame boxes designed by mixed media jewelry artist extraordinaire- Diana Frey. Try as I may to “pin” her down to purchase said item(s) listed on Flickr and advertised on Pinterest,, I came to a total standstill. Not to be detoured from my intention to find Ms. Frey, I sourced her via Flickr (where I emailed her to get info) her Etsy shop (which has been down as she is taking “a short break”) and her Facebook page which I cannot seem to locate with numerous listing for Diana Frey, NONE of which seem to be the wonderful artist in demand. In an effort to not be reported as an internet crazy person/stalker …I will wait the recommended 3 day grace period and reach out again via Etsy which still lists an email address. Fingers crossed that maybe just maybe we will make contact.

In the meantime,I’ve posted a sampling of her designs. One look and I think you’ll agree her designs are beautiful and oh so sparkly. If you’re out there Diana Frey we must find you and your jewelry.

Paging…Diana Frey.

All Images Courtesy of Diana Frey https://www.flickr.com/photos/queenofheartsart/with/5538141755/

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Oct 11, 2010

Lulu Frost for You!

Posted By: Terri
Category: Designer Spotlight

Every once and awhile I come across a FABULOUS (and I am talking fabulous with a capital F) jewelry designer. Enter Lulu Frost aka Lisa Salzer, a 27 year old Dartmouth grad who’s Grandmother- Elizabeth Rock Frost(whom she named her line after) owned an estate jewelry store that little Lisa would spend hours playing in. Amidst the antiques, old shoe clips, vintage pins and assorted estate jewelry pieces Lisa became quite inspired. Fast forward to 2004 and Lisa’s line-“Lulu Frost” debuted to rave reviews. The Lulu Frost line is a distinctive combination of antique and modern elements that are sure to add  extra oomph to any outfit.  Check out lulufrost.com and find some Lulu for you!    

  

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