Kristine MacDonald realized her passion for working with metal in 2011 when she attended community silversmithing classes. Copper has become her metal of choice because it is soft, shines up beautifully and is not particularly common in jewelry making. Her Smithstine Copper designs are mainly prairie related. The jewelry is available at select retailers across western Canada, online and at craft markets.
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