I’ve run throughout a large number of pet-themed jewellery however don’t purchase a large number of it, as I desire my jewellery to have a type of funky, impressed glance. However I in truth beloved to start with glance each the Purrfect Cat Ring and the Druzy Cat Stud earrings by way of The Purrfect Accessory, created by way of artist and cat lover Alissa Wrenn Smith.
The Tale At the back of The Purrfect Accent
Alissa has created jewellery for roughly 10 years. “Beginning The Purrfect Accent was once an entire spur-of-the-moment choice to mix my hobby for animals and jewellery,” she explains. “I sought after to make sublime, undying and minimalist jewellery you’ll be able to be proud to put on on a daily basis to constitute the animals you’re keen on. This new challenge was once additionally some way that I may give again to rescues everywhere the rustic with 15 p.c of the income each month.“
Alissa’s Paintings With Rescue Kitties
And Alissa is aware of all about rescues. She has 4 indoor and 4 outside feral cats, plus foster cats. “In Might of 2018, my excellent good friend Jenifer Harm and I began our personal small rescue referred to as Wrenn Rescues Inc. We’re a bunch of about 5 to seven fosters that paintings in combination to avoid wasting cats, kittens, canine and every other small animals desiring assist, nurse them to well being and in finding them loving endlessly houses.” Alissa says that this new challenge has been an exquisite adventure to this point.
What’s Subsequent for The Purrfect Accent
As for what’s up subsequent, Alissa continues to increase new cat and canine creations and is increasing the emblem with horse, bunny, giraffe and different designs. “It’s so extremely thrilling to look my visions come to lifestyles,” she says, “and I will’t wait to look what the longer term holds for The Purrfect Accent!”
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