Holly Lane expresses God's love in jewelry

  • Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Holly Lane's products are made from silver clay. PROVIDED

Tiffany Scott, owner of Holly Lane Designs, says her job is more than just creating unique pieces of fine jewelry. Her goal, she says, is to create unique Christian jewelry that will become a personal statement of faith of the wearer.
According to her website, Scott started Holly Lane Designs in 2002 after asking God to show her how best to use her talents and gifts to His glory. 
“I had always loved art,” she says. “I loved the smell of a wood shop, the feel of the blade carving into print blocks, and the vibrant colors of ink and pen. I received a college degree in Arts Management and had planned to some day work in a gallery. But little did I know back then that God had a better plan for me. He most certainly answered my prayer as I stepped out in faith in using my testimony of His grace, my degree, and my love of art for His glory.”
The result was Holly Lane Designs, a Christian jewelry business with the sole purpose of creating pieces that would help spark conversations about Christ.
Scott works in sterling silver.
The pieces she creates are unique and based on Bible verses and themes. Each piece has a story card that explains the meaning of the piece.
For more information visit the website at www.hollylanedesigns.com


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