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Farm Wife’s Handmade Baubles Headed for Gift Bags at Oscars, Grammys

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Her business has grown fast in just one year.

When red-carpet celebrities peak inside their gift bags at the Oscars and Grammys, they’ll find handmade creations from Kim Ducherer, the founder and jewelry designer behind Farm Wife Style, as the Edmonton Sun details. The article says that Ducherer – who describes herself as a “proud farm wife” with an affinity for rose gold on her website (farmwifejewelry.com) – started the business out of her home about a year ago. Now her jewelry is in about a dozen stores, with her pieces selling between $25-$45. She selected a rose-gold necklace of a lightning bolt for the Grammys gift bags and glittery druzy earrings for the Oscars gift bags.

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