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We’re Officially Open For Bizness!

Hey, all –

As of September 9, the Pretty Poet Ink shop officially re-opened and I’m beyond excited by all the new changes to the look and feel of the shopping experience.

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Additionally, I’m pleased to have new designs for shoppers, which have been broken down into three collections: P.P.I. Nerdy, P.P.I. Trendy, and P.P.I. Antiquity

If the collection names don’t give their premise away, here’s a bit of a breakdown of what to expect from each of them:

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P.P.I. Nerdy features jewelry items that are inspired by or derived from ‘nerdy’ pop culture, TV shows, films, comic books, and so much more.

Meanwhile, P.P.I. Trendy aims to target the more contemporary, fashion-forward look.

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This is where you’ll find a lot of chains, charms, and statement pieces.

Lastly, P.P.I. Antiquity is the collection that touches a special part of me, which has a fascination with history and the cultures of those before us.

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This collection features pieces with elements inspired by classic mythology, old world history, and peoples of the past.

The common thread between all collections, however, is that they all remain handmade (yes, each individual piece is made by one set of hands) and they’re all meant for wearers with a passion for the idea behind it.

However, to make things simple, there is also a way to sift through the products through the standard item type — necklace, bracelet, earrings, etc.

In the coming days, more pieces are going to be released for the P.P.I.Nerdy & P.P.I. Trendy collections and there will be some more exciting news headed your way very soon!

Until then, please make sure to stop by the shop, have a look around, or even order a piece and have it shipped to your home!

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Author:

I like to write, have a fondness of archeology and find most things creative the better things that life can offer. I'm all about creating (which includes my writing and jewelry crafting) and would love to publish several novels, short stories and a book of poetry and live out the rest of my days with a workshop making clay pots, jewelry, and other Martha Stewart-esque goodies.

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