Did You Ever Wonder Where TV Shows Buy Their Jewelry Items?


If you are like me, a TV buff, than you must have spent the eight seasons of The Vampire Diaries completely fascinated by the amazing jewelry selection, especially those worn by Nina Dobrev (Elena Gilbert).
Nina, and a lot of other actresses who has appeared on your screens in the past few years- got her jewelry (or rather the production got it for her) from a mother and a daughter team of jewelry makers and designers- Payton and Mila.

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Payton and Mila own FizzCandy Etsy store, and are selling their precious handmade craft from Washington. Their jewelry design style is so unique that it had caught the eyes of so many TV producers, as their jewelry appeared on: “Quantico”, “The Vampire Diaries”, “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit”, “UnREAL”, “Baby Daddy”, “Cedar Cove” and “Chasing Life”.

Such a long way to go- for 2 women who simply set up an Etsy store.

I don’t know what made the difference with Payton and Mila’s jewelry.
There are so many other jewelry stores on Etsy, yet they are now approaching 2500 sales.
It could be that they’re a great team, could be they have the best customer care, maybe they were lucky… Or just maybe- they have that special eye that can predict fashion trends and use their craft to create a trend instead of following it.

600+ one of a kind jewelry items are waiting for you at Payton and Mila’s Etsy store. And honestly- I don’t know a woman that wouldn’t like at least third of the jewelry they make.
Their style varies, and their work is done to perfection- making them the perfect place for some Christmas shopping.

Remember- if you see something you like in Payton and Mila’s Etsy store– go ahead and purchase it- cause it is One of a Kind!
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