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Today I’m featuring my sweet friend, Elizabeth Behan. Her passion is making things that are beautiful out of things that others would throw away. When I asked Elizabeth about featuring her on my blog she asked that I direct everyone to her {re}Wedding blog so that her story of hope and reconciliation could be spread to as many as will read it.

This past year Elizabeth and her husband, Micah, celebrated their {re}Wedding and Elizabeth worked hard to find just the right items for every part of the ceremony. From old lamps to typewriters, brooches to moss, every single detail had her stamp on it.

So, without further ado, meet my friend, Elizabeth. In this photo, she’s wearing the dress and necklace that she made for her wedding. She really is incredibly talented.

This is the bouquet she made for herself, it includes many brooches and if you look closely you’ll see a typewriter key as well.

This is a hollowed out pocket watch that Elizabeth made with her son who was to be their ring bearer.

And here is her daughter’s bouquet made with typewriter keys that spell out her name and an old clock face.


In addition to wedding things, Elizabeth also makes jewelry for sale.

You can find Elizabeth on Facebook here. She often sells things locally but can do special orders as well and you can contact her through her facebook page for that.

I hope you enjoyed today’s Artist Spotlight. You can find my previous Artist Spotlight on Ginny Celoria here. And, again, you can find Elizabeth’s story at her blog, behanrewedding.blogspot.com.