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Amanda Crocker – Daydreamer Designs

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Amanda Crocker Amanda Crocker, lives and works in Courtenay, B.C. which is within the beautiful unceded territory of the K’omoks First Nations. She has grown up in the Comox Valley and she considers it to be her home.  Her background consists of English, French, Irish, Scottish and First Nations ancestry. She is Coast Salish and […]

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Ama Beads

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Ama Beads Chandra Labelle was raised in the suburbs of Montréal and had little contact with Indigenous arts and crafts growing up. As the child of a Sixties Scoop Survivor, there were no traditional teachings passed down to her Algonquin mother nor to Chandra. Chandra is the proud mother of two Inuit children, Raven and […]

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The Beading Drum Jewelry Originals

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The Beading Drum Jewelry Originals Kelly and Claire are First Nation jewelry and accessory designers based in Canada, and are members of The Whitefish River First Nation. It was on the beaches of Turks and Caicos where we were inspired to design jewelry. The ocean resembled turquoise and the abundance of shells, coral and stones inspired […]

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Culture Shock Jewelry

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Culture Shock! Many designs are brought to life by Business graduate Kathryn Pasquach, a Cree women with ties from the Mushkegowuk area a member of Moose Cree First Nation. Growing up in Toronto, Kathryn began making jewelry at a very young age taught by her mother and grandmother, she has over 20 years of experience […]