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Welcome to Katie Moore Designs!

Thank you for stopping by! I aspire to create items that people will love and enjoy every day!

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Sold By : Moore Than Paper
New Sold By : Moore Than Paper
New Sold By : Missy Moe's Store
New Sold By : Moore Than Paper
-20% New Sold By : PlanToLoveThisLife
New Sold By : Shine Uganda Store
New Sold By : Shine Uganda Store
New Sold By : Shine Uganda Store

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Why does your shop have Chickens, Goats and Bikes…Oh My!

I know it seems odd that I would have such things placed in my shop…but these are actually simply linked and not items you can purchased directly off of my site. Shine Uganda is an Organization that is close to my heart. It was founded by my Bother and his entire family of 13!  They happen to have 4 of their beautfiul children adopted from Uganda, Africa. (This sings to my heart being that I’m adopted as well.) read more

Current Send A Hug Bracelet Giveaway Contest!

To ease myself into possibly making bracelets again…I’ve decided to start off with this giveaway of my popular “Send A Hug” bracelets. These are simple way to send the message and remind someone how much you care.

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Jewelry Making…Restored…

So I spent the better part of the other day organizing my office/craft room. In doing so, it forced me to look upon boxes and boxes filled with beads, charms, findings, clasps, and tools. It was later that night I decided to take a look at my daughters new Hope Bracelet she had purchased that had busted only moments after putting it on. It was one of those stretchy band ones and super cheap so it didn’t surprise me that it ended up bursting right away. I knew in past years that the quality of materials is everything when it came to creating a piece of jewelry that was going to last. I had remembered coming across my stretchy floss/string and decided I’d do a quick fix and to restring-up the bracelet for her. After finishing this caused me to want to redo another one of her bracelets that her Aunt had given to her that was a bit too small. Remaking these bracelets really sparked something in me that had been pushed aside for so many years…

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