Andronyk Tour 2016 Wrap-up & Update

If you've been following me on Instagram, you know that my tour is officially over. I visited Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver doing ring consultations for my lovely clients, old and new, and I had such an amazing time meeting and seeing everyone!


Now that I'm home, the workshop is full of life, and I'm busy making all of the beautiful things that were ordered on tour.

I'm so looking forward to next year! If you have any city suggestions, I'd love to hear them.

In other news, my new collection is FINISHED. Launch will happen in the next week, eeeee!

The Tour begins + Neat Blog

The Tour begins + Neat Blog

I'm officially in Calgary!

Calgary is the first stop in my 2016 tour, where I'm doing one-on-one ring consultations on Saturday October 13th (you can see all the details here).

The ladies over at The Neat Blog tried on a few of my pieces and interviewed me about my inspiration, creative process and what my tour is all about. It was such a pleasure chatting with them and they made my rings look so beautiful!

So excited to meet up with my clients on Saturday. There are just a few spots left, so if you are thinking of checking out some pieces for you or your partner, I'd love to see you!

Feature on 100 Layer Cake!

This summer I did a collab with Katie Dessin Photography, Marisa Kozak Ringe of Revel Petals and a bunch of amazing talent for a desert inspired photoshoot in Oregon.

This incredible shoot was a feature on 100 Layer Cake today, please go there and check out the rest of the photos!


Photography: Katie Dessin

Coordination & Design: Rose & Stone - Kandice Stone 

Flowers & Design: Revel Petals - Marisa Kozak Ringe

Baker: Delectable Baked Goods - Melanie Lazar

Cocktail: Zush by Design - Alexis Kozak 

Dress: Dreamers & Lovers 

Hair Piece: Of Earth Fine Jewelry 

Furniture & Detail Rentals: Something Borrowed

Model: Jessica Barnard 

Ribbons & Table Linen: Pistils + Stamen - Susanna Luck  

Hair & Makeup: Makeup Mafia Weddings - Christine 

Invitation Suite: Letters & Dust - Brittany Hampton

Stack 'em up

Stack 'em up

I know it's silly to start thinking about Christmas when summer's not even over yet, but so is the life of a craftsperson. Usually August is the time when we all start stockpiling inventory; squirreling away pieces here and there earlier on, and then making a focused concerted effort in later months.

I'll be showing at the One of A Kind Christmas Show in Toronto again this year from November 24th to December 4th. Instead of the 6 day show, I'll be there the ENTIRE 11 days. 11 days of 12 hour days may not be everyone's cup of tea (not counting show prep or setup/takedown), but those are the times where I thrive. Since I live on a farm, I am so happy to finally come out of my cavern and meet everyone who comes by my booth. I get to say hi to people who read my blog, visit my website, or "like" something on social media, and it helps me put a face to an avatar.

Ah. Anyway. Sorry about that reminder that Christmas is coming. I'm heading back to squirreling now ;).