Bland Studios

Bland Studios opened in 2005 when the artist Amy Bland first discovered her love for making glass beads. Amy has continued studying and expanding her jewelry line ever since. Her hobby and love of artisan crafts has transformed into a full-time business.
Her current product line includes inlay knives and cutlery, inlay cuffs, pendants, rings, earrings, including fine silver hand-wrought chains, sterling silver jewelry, glasswork, enameling, and wire weaving.
Amy will be a full-time vendor at the market each Saturday from September – March.
Owner Name: Amy Bland
Website: www.BlandStudios.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/BlandStudios/

Vendor FAQ’s:
How do you prefer for your customers to contact you? There is a contact tab on my website that can be used to send me an email. This is the best way to reach me.

How long have you been in business? Since 2005

How did you get started? My mother in-law, Connie Bland, bought me some jewelry making tools for Christmas one year. I saw some glass beads in her magazines and the rest is history.

What kind of products/services do you offer?

Products: Inlay knives and cutlery, inlay cuffs, pendants, rings and earrings. Fine silver hand-wrought chains, sterling silver jewelry, glasswork, enameling and wire weaving.

Services: I teach jewelry design classes in Lakeland at Copper Tree Beads on Kentucky Ave. You can go online to view their current list of classes at www.CopperTreeBeads.com. You can always give them a call to find out which classes I will be teaching.

I also teach private lessons on a limited basis at my home studio. Classes are currently being offered in Lampworking (glass beadmaking), Metalsmithing, Enameling and Wire Weaving. There is a contact tab on my website that can be used to send me an email. This is the best way to reach me (www.BlandStudios.com)

What’s one thing that your customers might not know about you? I have loved making arts and crafts as far back as I can remember.

What’s the best part about being at the Market? Having an outlet to share my love of artisan crafts with others. To make new friends and to learn from others that I meet.

What is the one thing that you plan to do in the future? Add goldsmithing to my skill set and to my product line.