Houston, TX (PressExposure) May 06, 2011 -- In May, when the nation recognizes National Multiple Sclerosis Month, Stephanie White will be actively supporting the cause. The veteran jewelry designer will be sharing a line of bracelets, earrings and necklaces created especially for MS patients as well as the families and friends who care for them.
As a survivor of domestic abuse, Stephanie feels great compassion for women who are facing life-altering challenges, whether physical or psychological. So she taps into her creativity to find just the right beads, stones, colors and designs to reflect awareness of Multiple Sclerosis.
In Stephanie's artistic hands jewelry tells a story. "Each of my designs has a message and meaning behind it," says White, who is president of SWCreations. "I integrate a unique combination of rare beads, pendants, crystals, pearls, buttons and wire to create jewelry that expresses the range of emotions women feel when they are diagnosed with or overcome a series disease or other life challenge."
Breast Cancer Research also gets Stephanie's Attention
Breast Cancer is another cause close to Stephanie's heart. Her mother is a five-year survivor who inspired Stephanie to create a line of hand-crafted bracelets and other pieces that convey pride and power for the women who wear them. Every year Stephanie makes a generous donation to the Susan G. Koman Foundation for breast cancer research. She also gives a generous percentage of all her sales to the other charities she supports throughout the year in gratitude for the support they provide for her work, as well.
Since childhood Stephanie has been fascinated by artist-crafted one-of-a-kind beads. Her enormous private collection of bead art is the source of her inspiration. She meticulously chooses one bead at a time, carefully blending shapes and hues for each design. None of her work is machine-made.
Stephanie showcases her necklace, bracelet, earring and pendant designs exclusively through her online website at http://www.swcreations.net. Her loyal customers know that every piece of jewelry they order is distinctive in its own way - a unique design that won't be duplicated or mass-produced. They've learned about Stephanie's personal challenges in overcoming an abusive marriage and serious health issues through her website pages. Many customers purchase jewelry throughout the year to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions. Others use her beautiful designs as part of fund-raising activities for their charity of choice. Every year Stephanie donates jewelry to domestic abuse awareness groups and has even instructed classes during which women create their own domestic abuse bracelets. She finds it especially gratifying to know she is playing a part in promoting healing for women around the world.