Seuss-isms for Success

Wright circus necklace

Another spirited necklace! Today’s Paradise Circus is from Nova Scotia’s Jenna Wright. Extrusions are coiled around some spheres then carved. Extruded slices are applied to others.

Jenna’s Etsy shop name is Boxes for Groxes and what we know about her we learn only from her colorful, playful aesthetic.

A little more research revealed that her shop name comes from Dr. Seuss’ Seuss-isms for Success whose whimsy fits nicely with Jenna’s art. Read the whole tongue twister here.

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  • reply Jenna ,

    Thanks so much the feature, Cynthia! What a pleasant surprise!

    • reply Sandra ,

      Fantastic necklace.Love it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      • reply Selma ,

        I love it! So unique, colorful and wonderful necklace!

        • reply April ,

          This is just lovely!

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