Michelle Pajak-Reynolds Crafts Recycled, One-of-a-Kind Jewelry With a Mythic Bent

Most preschoolers have trouble deciding between Play-Doh and finger paints. Not Michelle Pajak-Reynolds, though. Even at the age of five, the Cleveland native knew she wanted to create jewelry: powerful statement jewelry, not unlike the bracelets and tiara that Lynda Carter brandished on television's Wonder Woman

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Jewelry Designer Michelle Pajak-Reynolds Features Undina

I’ve designed jewelry since I was 5 years old so my work has evolved a lot over the decades.  My first pieces in the early 1980’s were made with pop-beads and jelly bracelets. As I got older I spent my babysitting money on beads and jewelry supplies from craft stores and taught myself how to make the pieces I wanted to wear. 

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Michelle Pajak-Reynolds brings Wonder Woman to Nolcha Shows

Michelle Pajak Reynolds is on a mission to dress us up in her jewellery of armour, so that we too can change the world. This comes from Michelle’s childhood, as she sat and played with her pop-beads and jelly bracelets, Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman was showing in the background on the television. “Wonder Woman’s jewellery gave her super powers, confidence and enabled her to change the world. "

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Designer Interview with Michelle Pajak-Reynolds

I’ve designed jewelry since I was 5 years old and my art is my life.  I can’t remember a time when being an artist or creating jewelry wasn’t a major part of my day. I love the creative process and sharing my work with others. To do anything else doesn’t feel right.

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