Peruvian jewelry designer Evelyn Brooks joins DiMe Media Summit & Hispanicize 2017

Eight years ago, the launch of Hispanicize happened; time goes by so quickly. For those of you who don't know what Hispanicize is, keep on reading. It is basically a platform for creative innovators (like myself) to spread the word about their brand, product or business. It is the largest event for Latino trendsetters and newsmakers … Continue reading Peruvian jewelry designer Evelyn Brooks joins DiMe Media Summit & Hispanicize 2017

PUERTO RICO WELCOMES PERUVIAN JEWELRY DESIGNER EVELYN BROOKS

Months went by putting together a customized possible order for the buyer from Puerto Rico's National Park , and she also said: Evelyn, you know we have huayruros here in Puerto Rico, we call them PEONIAS, although I have seen jewelry made with peonias. I have to be honest chica I HAVE NEVER SEEN DESIGNS … Continue reading PUERTO RICO WELCOMES PERUVIAN JEWELRY DESIGNER EVELYN BROOKS

Did you know it is SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY?

What is small business saturday? An initiative created by American Express to impact and help grow the economy of small businesses, they created SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY. It is Our Day to Shop Small at Places We Love and support local bussineses everywhere. They are helping small business like myself to do special events, advertise special promotions only … Continue reading Did you know it is SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY?

Get lucky…with Peruvian huayruro seeds

Peruvian huayruro(why-ee-ru-ros) seeds are for Peruvians a symbol of protection & good luck, for citizens of many other countries in Central and South American it means also protection & good luck. For centuries these seeds, have been a symbol of good luck, prosperity, they also attract love, happiness, and most importantly, they PROTECT US AGAINST NEGATIVE ENERGY. This is my personal … Continue reading Get lucky…with Peruvian huayruro seeds

Peruvian Huayruros named “The Seeds of Beauty” by USA TODAY

Peruvian huayruros (WHY-EE-RU-ROS) are without a doubt the lucky seeds even during Pre-Inca times. The Inca,  "King of the Inca Empire"  will always carry a little pouch with huayruro (why-ee-ru-ro) seeds in it, and use them as a symbol of protection. I still remember I didn't like to wear those seeds in a traditional way, no design just the … Continue reading Peruvian Huayruros named “The Seeds of Beauty” by USA TODAY