Where They Are NOW? series 2016 : Juliet Ames of The Broken Plate Pendant Co.

Since the beginning of Ms. Charm’s Chic, I have always been interested in the world of craft. There are a lot fashionable finds that you can find within the Baltimore Craft Mafia. 

It was in Spring 2011 when I had the opportunity to interview one of their key members, Juliet Ames of The Broken Plate Pendant Co

 

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1. What was your first impression of the blog as well as me?

From the first interview and now, I just love your positive cheery vibe and one of a kind style. Always look forward to your smiling IG posts.

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2. How have you evolved since your interview from 2011?

I have evolved a bit by focusing my style more and being pickier about my plate patterns smile emoticon.  I am also looking for new ways to make art with my china.
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3. What are you up to now? What is the next big project or when is your next big event?

 

I am still plugging away at my jewelry, but am spending more time making art. My favorite new works are my butcher charts and china letters that you can see here. http://ibreakplates.com/recycled-china-art
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4. What do you like about Ms. Charm’s Chic?

 

Ms. Charm Chic is a great way to see what’s happening in fashion around Baltimore. For the fashion challenged like myself, I enjoy seeing all of your outfit and accessory pairings.

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