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Wednesday, December 15, 2010



A one of a kind piece, this sweet necklace is sure to compliment your favorite outfit!
Two sweet little birds hover over the blossoms on this fun twig pendant.
I only made one of these, so snatch it up fast!

Birds & Twigs

Birds & Twigs

This is a one of a kind piece, so hurry and scoop it up!
These two sweet birds have an empty nest! Their sweet little chicks have found their wings...Recycled smoky metal chain, pendant and smoky pearls make this a casual fun piece to wear with just about anything!



Mother of pearl, sea glass, white stones, and wood...all things you find on long walks down at the shore. This piece also features some recycled beads, therefore it can not be recreated in its entirety. If interested in a quantity of more than one, please note following pieces will look slightly different.

Kiawah Shores

Kiawah Shores

Every winter who doesn't want to steal away to a warm, sandy beach?!
Natural white stone, peridot color stone beads and smoothed sea glass take you to that warm spot!

Crystal Clear

Crystal Clear

This fun piece was inspired by something I saw in The Knot, but of course, I had to add my own "sass" to it!
Extra large white pearls and frosty silver beads encircle the bold and clear chandelier pendant.

Oil Spill

Oil Spill
Necklace and Earrings

This piece was inspired by my 8 year old daughter, Emily. She actually designed the earrings and then the necklace followed shortly thereafter.
Black mother of pearl beads, red coral and charcoal fresh water pearls cascade from a smoky metal chain.


This was a fun piece that took me back to my Arizona roots. I grew up visiting the beautiful town of Sedona with it's boutique shops full of turquoise and sterling. We would picnic in Oak Creek Canyon, climb rocks and gaze at the beautiful reds God chose to display on the rocks surrounding the town.
Extra large chunky turquoise beads are joined to a beautifully carved cinnabar pendant with sterling silver wires and accents. A heavy duty magnetic closure keeps this piece secure.

(I cannot take further orders on this exact piece...any further pieces will vary in color and accents.)


I've sold one of these off my neck already! This bold piece is a statement maker and so fun to wear!
Extra large multi-faceted clear acrylic beads burst between strands of amber tone cut glass.

Snowflake Burst

Snowflake Burst
Another one of a kind vintage recreate. Double strand large white pearls circle round the beautiful vintage brooch packed with clear, sparkling rhinestones. There's only one of these for the taking!

Smokin' Hot!

Smokin' Hot
$45 SOLD
This vintage recreate is a one of a kind! Two layers of different sized faux pearls are joined with a single strand where they meet off-center with this beautiful vintage brooch. Smokey and clear white crystals are gorgeous on this one of a kind piece!

Vintage Series

Bows & Chains
This great gold and silver vintage brooch joins layers of chains and fun pearls for a night out or to spice up your favorite jeans. It's a one of a kind, so snatch it up soon!

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Crooked Willow Photo Shoot

bebe&boo was invited to take part in a fun day of creativity with some incredible local wedding talent! Video, gorgeous gowns, decor and flowers, fabulous hair and makeup, custom stationery, beautiful models all at a romantic vintage venue...captured perfectly by photographer, Becky Young. What an honor to work with such a team! And did I mention? Our collective work is featured on Style Me Pretty, one of the most inspiring bridal websites on the Internet!
Check out the collaborative efforts below:

Rising Moon Video
Swept Away Bridal Boutique
Talia Events
Cori Cook Floral Design
Girls & Curls
JS Design Custom Stationery
Makeup by Janine
Premier Image Agency
Becky Young Photography
Crooked Willow Farms

Here's a piece I recreated from my Grandmother's vintage brooch.

Just the right touch, these precious place cards are tucked into a box of glass beads. I used brown glass and gold tone links to make the bracelet on the model above.

This necklace is probably one of my all time favorites! I love mixing elements of metal with crystal and pearl.

Cori Cook's choice of the French and Parrot tulips against the snowy white setting was striking.
Here I hand linked faux pearls, crystals and silver beads, wrapping it twice with an elegant brooch.

Pearls, pearls, and more chunky pearls!

The romantic table setting brought to you by Rachel of Talia Events and Cori Cook Floral Design, of course, set in the beautiful rustic loft at Crooked Willow Farms.

How fun to add a bit of color to your white wedding day!

Thank you, Becky Young of Becky Young Photography, for capturing all the beautiful details in all the photos above!

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

A lot is new at bebe&boo!

Jason, aka, "Hubby of the World", is helping me build a new website. Soon enough it will be up and running, hopefully making shopping and perusing for you and all your friends a fun and easy experience!

One thing bebe&boo is launching into this year is joining bride's on their journey by customizing ensembles for their special wedding day...for the bride, her family and the wedding party. After expressing this interest to some people in the industry, bebe&boo had the privilege of joining several fantastic bridal vendors for a photo shoot where a most romantic vintage wedding was staged. A florist, wedding planner, photographer, cinematographer, make-up artist, hair designer, models, invitation artist, veil designer, wedding dress contributor, and not to mention, fabulous venue where it all took place, were all part of the puzzle.

The buzz is already spreading and we're getting reservations for upcoming weddings. Contact us at: to set up your consultation.

If you or someone you know is getting married in the near future, keep bebe&boo in mind for your jewelry designs. And, from here on out, know that 20% of profits from weddings will go toward the Child Survival Program at Compassion International. Not only will you be a gorgeous one of a kind bride in your custom pieces, but your anniversary will also be marked as a day you made a difference in the lives of children somewhere in the world! My husband is the new director of this program and I really believe in what he is doing. Their goal is to basically obliterate the needless 25,000 infant deaths that happen each day around the world due to such things as contaminated water and lack of medical care by educating and supporting pregnant and nursing mothers in 3rd world countries. bebe&boo is humbled to join this effort.

And, as we have in the past, we will continue to support Living Water in their efforts to dig clean water wells in Haiti by sharing 10% of our monthly profits through the end of June. In fact, if you live in the Denver area, bebe&boo will be one of the sponsors of a team participating in the upcoming Bolder Boulder race on Memorial Day. More to come on this and how you can be involved, but consider joining me. I'll be a walker, but you can run on past me. Each member will be required to raise a minimum of $250, with monies going toward several Haiti well projects.

The pictures will soon be available from our fun photo shoot to share with you here, but in the meantime, here's my attempt at showcasing some of the pieces that looked so great on the models:

I saw some similar to this in The Knot and headed to the studio to make some of my own.

The pendant above is actually over 100 years was my Great Grandma's.

The 4 pictures above are taken on the pages of a Compassion International book.

The above piece looked so cool wrapped around the model's neck with a brooch added.

The piece above is a vintage piece given to me by a friend.