Welcome to Duct Tape and Denim

Welcome to our website!  Duct Tape and Denim is my small handmade business devoted to creating and hand making unique, personal, and hand stamped jewelry here in the USA.

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My handmade jewelry is available online in my Etsy shop, my Shopify shop includes both hand stamped and handmade jewelry and some curated pieces that I find from other sources, in some local shops and shows that I do myself, and in small boutiques across the country.  I also love doing custom work so please leave a message if you would like me to work on something for you.

Hair jewelry (barrettes, headbands, and our unique flexi clips) are available on my Lilla Rose hair accessory site.

Other DIY, Crafts, and Upcycled Vintage Projects

I have a hard time restricting my creativity to just jewelry, as you’ll see if you read my blog.  So I’ve created tabs in the menu above for my other creative hobbies such as painting furniture, crochet, cooking, repurposing vintage, and more.

Please come join me in my repurposed life!

Working with Me

If you’re looking for a blogger to write sponsored posts or social media shares for you take a look at my new Advertising page.

***NOTE: I’m doing a little ‘construction’ here on the website so please excuse the mess!***


  1. Karren Haller says:

    What fun and beautiful jewelry. I wish I would get inspired to make some pieces, I have a jillion beads, baubles and and all the parts.

    Thanks for linking up on the Oh M Heartsie Friday Features party this week.

    *Happy Holidays*

    PS If you would be interested in my Valentine Gift Guide let me know.

    • ducttapeanddenim says:

      Tammy, I have a few but I still have a LOT more to list in my new shop!!! Maybe in a couple of months.

  2. mary says:

    I have a question about using Minwax rather than wax after painting with chalk paint. I did my dining room hutch and wonder if the whole piece needs sealing or just the top of the buffet part and the shelves? Those areas will get the most wear, right? Thanks.

    • ducttapeanddenim says:

      Hi! Thanks for your question. I’ve always sealed all of my pieces. You do need something more than wax on pieces that will get a lot of wear and may have food spilled on them. I learned this the hard way. I know CeCe Caldwell sells a product called Endurance. I’m not sure what the other companies sell. If you use the Minwax Polycrylic like I do I would test it on a small area of the back of the hutch first. It will change the color of your paint. Usually making it darker and richer. And if you want to distress it make sure you do that before sealing. Good luck. I’d love to see a picture when you’re done!

  3. mary says:

    I’ve finished the piece. Am sending the before & after photos to your website. Hope they come through OK.
    Mary Ferland

  4. kathryn says:

    I wrote a children’s book about George Ferris, inventor of the Ferris Wheel and would love to have a pair of Ferris Wheel earrings and/or pendant to wear during school visits. I saw them featured on Pinterest but can’t find them on your site.

  5. kathryn says:

    now I can’t find the photo of the earrings. It would be fun to have ferris wheel earrings that turned. Is that possible?

  6. Chet Somera says:

    Good afternoon,

    I spoke with you for a short time at the Treasure Island Flea Market on Sunday. I feel your product is something unique and that you would do well at our Street Faire. Our Street Faire is held twice a year-first Sunday of October and the first Sunday of May. We have 16 city blocks filled with vendors (Arts & Crafts, Antiques, Commercial and Food) which attracts 40-50 thousand people in an 8 hour day.

    We still have a few spaces available for the October show and I would like to invite to become a vendor. You can sign-up on line at http://www.lodichamber.com or by contacting my colleague, Karen Cannon at (209) 367-7840, extension 105 or her email kcannon@lodichamber.com.

    I hope to see you in October.


    Chet Somera
    Special Events Manager
    Lodi District Chamber of Commerce
    35 South School Street
    Lodi, California 95240
    Bus: (209) 367-7840, ext. 110
    Fax: (209) 369-9344
    Email: csomera@lodichamber.com
    Website: http://www.lodichamber.com

    • ducttapeanddenim says:

      Hi, Chet, I really appreciate the invitation. I would love to come but after looking at my calendar I won’t be able to fit it in this year. Maybe next year?

  7. Karen says:

    Do you have any idea where you will be located? In town or along the highway?
    I would love to visit you and your booth. I go every time they have it. I have never gotten to see everything, There is just to much. It is like Canton…wonderful.
    Looking forward to seeing you there.

    • ducttapeanddenim says:

      Also, we won’t be there Friday afternoon because of a family wedding. We have a friend filling in for us. Make sure you tell us if you’re coming!

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