A Worldly Taste of Jewelry
Custom designs for a great cause
WOODBRIDGE, VA., September 14, 2009 – Turning a passion into a unique and fascinating jewelry design company – Season Smith-Wesley, founder of AdAl Jewelry Designs, has done just that after only a few years of developing a truly artistic talent. 
            Smith-Wesley took up the hobby in 2005 when her son, Addy, was diagnosed with Autism. Designing jewelry became an effective way for her to clear her mind – little did she know her art form would take off into a homegrown business and a way for others to donate to a charitable cause. In her son’s honor, visitors to her business’s web site (adaljdesigns.com) can not only browse new and refreshing styles of jewelry, but they can donate to Expressive Therapeutic Movements (ETM). ETM is a non-profit organization that helps people with developmental conditions, such as Autism, to learn to use creativity to lead on healthy lives. AdAl Jewelry Designs will soon be launching a fundraiser through the site to raise money for Autism awareness.
      While its online presence aids a charitable cause in addition to displaying a gallery of items, AdAl Jewelry Designs also offers shoppers a unique in-store experience with different styles and tastes of handmade pieces. The store, located in Woodbridge, VA, will hold an open house on Saturday, September 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Visitors will have an opportunity to browse a diverse collection of custom-designed jewelry with worldly influences, as Smith-Wesley is a native of Liberia, Africa. Through Smith-Wesley’s colorful and exotic creativity, shoppers get a feel for the pure African culture that she brings out in her art. Using various kinds of stones and beads, new designs are created on a weekly basis. Jewelry can be custom-made for special occasions and items can be reproduced at the requests of customers.
AdAl Jewelry Designs is a company based out of Woodbridge, VA. The address of the store is 3038 P.S. Business Center Dr., Woodbridge, VA. For more information and to view custom-designed jewelry, visit adaljdesigns.com.
For more information and to view custom-designed jewelry, visit adaljdesigns.com.
Contact:         Season Smith-Wesley                                    
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