Beautiful Elements

by Terry Watson | November 11th, 2011
Jarvetta Bynum

Jarvetta Bynum (Photo by Morrell Pridgen)

Upcoming jewelry designer Jarvetta Bynum has embraced her entrepreneurial spirit and decided to share her gift with the world. Her talent she describes as “God Given” and the idea to design jewelry came from her father.

While on a family vacation in Myrtle Beach, Bynum enrolled in her first jewelry class. “I started wearing the necklace that I designed and received numerous compliments. The next thing I know, I am designing jewelry for weddings and as they say, the rest is history,” she says. Bynum later launched her handmade jewelry company, Beautiful Elements in 2009.

A native of Dunn, N.C., Bynum is very meticulous while designing her pieces. Jade, Jasper, Agate, Rose Quartz and Citrine are only a few of the semi-precious gemstones that she uses. Bynum also incorporates a vast array of materials such as glass, freshwater pearls, Swarovski crystals, sterling silver and silver plated findings. “I am able to construct necklaces, bracelets and earrings that are uniquely designed using my artistic and intrinsic nature,” says Bynum.

Specialty services include one of a kind custom designs and wedding jewelry. The cost of Bynum designs range from $20 – $95 depending on materials used. Her designs have been featured in the Greensboro News & Record, The Dunn Daily Record and national jewelry magazine, Bead Trends. Bynum says she is often inspired by the success stories of others. “Knowing that an average person has the ability to transform a small home business into a national or worldwide franchise inspires me to have faith and remain on my path,” Bynum states.

She says her parents have impacted my life and my business the most. They have been a constant source of love, encouragement and support. Her mother, a stage three breast cancer survivor, has made her appreciate the gift of life. “I try to incorporate a philanthropic spirit within my business by giving and encouraging women to feel good about themselves. If I can impact one person positively with my jewelry, financially or by physically providing jewelry, I feel that my hard work is not in vain,” she says.

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