Adventurous Soul Jewelry is created with love in my home studio through the process of electroforming. This beautiful, but sometimes unpredictable, science results in every piece being one-of-a-kind. In contrast to the jewelry you might find at most retailers, these pieces may have small bumps, dents, etc. I embrace small flaws and imperfections as part of the beauty of the process. If you would ever like more pictures of an item prior to purchase, please contact me, and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Growing up in South Lake Tahoe, I formed a deep connection with nature at a very young age. Unfortunately, as an adult, I can't always run away to the mountains on a whim. I know many others are in the same boat. That's why I create handmade, natural gemstone jewelry to remind myself and others of our love for nature during those times that we can't be on the road or on the trail.
Because my jewelry is inspired by the beautiful planet we live on, I pledge to do my part to protect it.
The electroforming process that I use requires electricity to move copper from one object to another. The electricity in our home comes from solar panels. We've also opted into a program through our utility provider to ensure that any overages in energy come from renewable sources.
I do my best to source recycled business products or use items that are reusable by you. You might find bubble wrap from packages I receive, recycled tissue paper, etc.
As of September 2019, we are using only recycled scrap copper as our source plating material in the electroforming process.
We give back to Sacramento Inspiring Connections Outdoors via our membership in 1% for the Planet.
Sac ICO is an entirely volunteer run organization that helps inspire a diverse next generation of environmental lovers and leaders by providing outdoor opportunities for people who don’t have many chances to explore and enjoy the natural world.
As a small business building a brand and community, I want to support other small businesses who are doing the same! Although not always possible, I try to purchase my materials from other small businesses like mine.
Make sure to head on over to our Instagram, because I really love to show you other makers and small businesses who are doing amazing things of their own.