Greetings and Welcome to the launching of aboriginalblingblam.com. This project has been in the makings a few years now. But now I can actually navigate and embrace this new chapter of business. Before I can take a step forward, I must acknowledge all the great people who have supported me and my craft – a million thank you’s. As many of you know, I have travelled extensively across the U.S and the Caribbean promoting, marketing and growing my craft and brand. As a result of these journeys, it became clear to me that I needed to have a web presence, beyond social media, so that I can be accessible 24/7 around the globe to my clientele. Thus the importance of this website and another reason to rejoice and give thanks!
Here on the site you can shop directly from inventory online, order your custom piece(s), book jewelry parties, browse the bridal section, subscribe to my monthly newsletter and much more. In addition you can tag us on social media an...
Your size doesn't matter, we got you!
We love you just the way you are! Whether small, tall, big or large it doesn't matter and no need to be discouraged about finger, wrist or any sizes. It is our honor to directly adorn the one and only you.
In order for our items to truly activate their potential, it is important that they properly fit you. We are able to size and scale your size from a series of pictures that we will request upon your purchase/order. No need to worry if you ever get smaller or bigger, in most cases we are able to re-size your purchase - free of charge.
You can always order you very own custom made jewelry built to your specifications HERE
2020 is one for the record books! Not only are we still under global pandemic of Covid-19
, but America is under protest against police brutality and racism perpetrated against people of color. Far too long the majority of Americans have turned a blind eye and offered a deaf ear when it comes to hearing, learning or understanding the issues that plague the black community. Police brutality, prejudice and racism is nothing new to this country, however the mobilization of all faces and races standing up against these atrocities is new and welcomed. Hundreds of thousands of people across the country have spilled into the streets, in both urban and suburban communities to stand in solidarity w the black community. Some say that racism is this country's original sin. So these acts of empathy, consideration and compassion are long overdue and needed. Institutional racism and individual prejudices must be struck down for this nation to move forward and beyond the past.