Jewellery Moments was founded by Alice Thompson in 2012.
Alice, born and raised in a small village in Cumbria and now living in the North East, handcrafts every piece using inspiration from specific moments in time.Using gemstomes, Swarvoski elements and fair trade beads to name a few, Alice creates “one of a kind” pieces that will stand out in a crowd.
We believe in our world and the environment. Using this ethos we only use suppliers within the UK and we use Fairtrade beads such as the Mzuri and Kashmiri beads.
Alice has featured in The Crack Magazine, Jesmond Local and Daisy Green Magazine and has been interviewed on BBC Radio Newcastle and the BBC World Service.
Sophie joined us in 2013 and has been a great addition to the team. She is incredibly passionate about fashion and is currently on course to receive a first class honours degree in Media Studies at Teeside University. Sophie joined us at Durham Fashion week, writing an excellent piece about the event and she continues to entertain us with interesting and informative blogs on the site. Sophie also has bespoke skills in digitial media and manages our twitter page.
Jewellery Designer & Maker
Janet has been making jewellery for over 10 years. She has been on numerous courses including, beading, silver work and clay beads. With all this experience she has a keen eye for making and designing beautiful pieces of jewellery. With her renowned teaching background she is ever present at Jewellery Moment’s workshops teaching people how to make their own jewellery.
Helen is a our fabulous writer and blogger who is a StyleNest columnist and has contributed to Marie Claire and Mother & Baby magazine. A firm fashion fanatic, Helen’s style blog is entitled Mummy Mode, which you can find over at www.mummymode.co.uk..
en to combine her love of writing with her career, Chloe worked as an Editorial Assistant at Living North magazine since graduating with a 2:1 in English Literature from Newcastle University in 2012. Chloe now writes fabulous blogs for us with a particular focus on weddings and wedding jewellery and she also runs our Instagram and Pinterest sites. Chloe loves to support local businesses and has her own lifestyle blog Prosecco and Pie which she uses showcase the best places to eat, drink and explore across the region..