Wolfe’s hopeful polymer story

It’s going to be a heartwarming, celebratory couple of days here in the U.S. and in that spirit read River Wolfe’s story about her Obama jewelry made from the polymer clay cane pictured here. River has been making and selling jewelry in Ohio for 15 years.

“When you wear a bracelet, or a necklace that shares the message of hope, peace, victory or love you just feel good inside,” she says. Serendipity surrounded her art. The story includes sales to celebrities, a gift for Michelle Obama and a hug from the President himself.

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  • reply Ronna Sarvas Weltman ,

    Be sure to check out River’s Etsy shop. You can link it from her blog. I enjoyed her delightful pieces. Many have messages like love and peace. And I felt particularly thrilled to see the necklace that has the Obama logo in the background, and over it the words “Hope Won.” What a lovely sentiment and keepsake for Martin Luther King Day and the start of a new era.

    • reply River ,

      Thank you Cynthia for posting the link to my site ! It’s been a wild ride, I haven’t stopped since March 2008. I donated a part of my profits from the sale of my jewelry to the campaign. I am so hopeful and proud to have played a part in the Presidency of Barack Obama.


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