1. I got to travel to and shop at the Tucson Gem Show for the first time in 3 years! I found all sorts of treasures. I’m so grateful to have had this opportunity pre-pandemic, January, 2020.
2. I planned, styled and directed my first ever on-location photoshoot. In Hawai’i! (also pre-pandemic, February, 2020)
3. After the pandemic hit, we were among the first local businesses to receive a PPP loan. I was able to keep most of our small team employed throughout most of the year.
4. We created a fun and safe outdoor shopping experience on the front lawn of the studio this summer. A nice option for visitors who didn't feel comfortable coming inside.
5. I added every single product in my store on to my stefaniewolf.com website so that my customers could continue to make purchases throughout nationwide lockdowns and stay at home orders. Birthdays, graduations and “thinking of you” occasions continued and we mailed your gifts.
6. I designed a mask chain and my team created and sold 952 of them and counting! Go Kelly!
7. Our PPP loan was FORGIVEN!
8. We launched 2 new colors of glass jewelry: bubble gum pink and crystal clear.
9. I made the cover of the Vine, a holiday issue highlighting local artisans.
10. The Hawai’i photo shoot went so well that we did another photoshoot on the Vineyard in late summer. It was epic. We made mask chains cute! Thank you to Joe Mikos (our photographer), Virginia Elizabeth (our makeup artist), Kathryn (our stylist), and our gorgeous models who are also real-life Vineyard moms, architects, artists, chefs, musicians and entrepreneurs: Quinn, Noni, Stephanie, Jackie and Joanne. You rock!
Here are a few more shots from that October day:
Cherish keeps us well-stocked in our most popular jewelry items and keeps track of all of our jewelry supplies behind the scenes. Cherish is also a master of customer service and it's usually her smiling face and warm greeting that will greet you when you enter the shop. How did you come to work
What exactly is a 'Wolf Moon'? The Wolf Moon is the name for the full moon in January and it comes right after the winter solstice (which marks the shortest day and longest night of the year). Each month offers a full moon and the Wolf Moon gets it's name from Native American tribes and