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Narliany Robles

Narliany Robles

Designer of Nany's Suculentas

Nany and her husband lost their jobs at the same time. Without income, a baby, and past due bills, they experienced a very rough time. She started suffering from anxiety and what helped her within this situation was painting. She felt that somehow painting helped her control all the despair she felt. Also she like to play online casino.

She started publishing photos on her Facebook and soon people started getting interest on her succulents. She saw this as an opportunity to generate an income to support her home. The pots are painted handmade and sealed with a clear. She also uses the kokedama technique, Japanese gardening technique that involves wrapping a plant in moss instead of placing it in a pot.

Samanta Santiago

Samanta Santiago

Designer of Cositas Lindas PR

Samantha Santiago began to weave at the age 16 and in 2018 she decided to begin selling her confections. She wants to motivate young people about the possibilities of the art of weaving and break the stereotype that it’s only for the elderly.

Ivelisse Carrero

Ivelisse Carrero

Designer of Bisutería Amapola

Ivelisse Carrero it’s the owner and designer of Bisutería Amapola. She founder her business after being diagnosed with breast cancer that led her to a major depression. Being involved in the art of helped her greatly.

She chose the name Amapola for several reasons. Amapola is a native flower in our country.  It differentiates of other flowers because it has a strong stem. The red color of the flower, it’s Ivelisse favorite because it represents passion and love. Its petals are heart shaped and joined together. For the artist, this union and connection represents the one she creates with all her customers.

She uses crystals and semi-precious stones of different sizes and colors. Metals are 24k gold-plated and 925 silver plated 925.

Yenitza Dávila

Yenitza Dávila

Designer of YD Inspirations

Yenitza Dávila is the owner of YD Inspirations.

In 2010 she was forced to quit her job due to a medical condition that required her to take frequent therapies. During the treatment, she started making soaps to use her hands.

She soon started her own business, integrating new products like scrubs, facial masks, oils, candles and more. She uses natural products and plant infusions.

Aileen López

Aileen López

Designer of Ivana Handmade Jewlery

Aileen López is designer and owner of Ivana Handmade Jewlery. Despite being graduated from with a Bachelor’s degree in accounting, she could not exercise her career because she has young children with special conditions that demanded all her time.

She  named her jewelry line Ivana in honor of her father. It motivates her continuing moving forward as he would have wanted her to. Her logo, the lotus flower, means that no matter what surrounds us, we can always be feminine, beautiful and elegant. Ivana Jewelry line is made with crystals and semi-precious stones. The metals are gold plated with stainless steel.

Zaim Oquendo

Zaim Oquendo

Designer of Zaim Couture

Zaim Oquendo is the designer and owner of Zaim Couture line.They specialize in the designs of charms about Puerto Rico in 925 sterling silver. He also designs custom charms and handmade leather bracelets. His designs are exclusive and he only uses highest quality materials. The products go through a quality control process before selling them to ensure that the customers get only high-quality products.
Giselle Rivera

Giselle Rivera

Designer of Flor Handbags

Giselle Rivera is the designer of Flor Handbags. This exclusive  line was initially designed for kids but soon, women of all ages started showing interest in Flor Handbags products. Giselle makes wallets, fanny packs, coin purses, clutch bags, makeup bags andmany more.
Meredith Diaz

Meredith Diaz

Designer of Cocó Candles

Meredith started making candles in 2007 when her husband lost his job and they needed additional income. She initially made candles sporadically for close relatives that already knew her work. I stopped making candles, because she got separated and her children demanded her time, and she started a regular work to support her home as a single mother.

In 2016, she participated in the Circle of Power Group with the Neuro-Coach Idaliz Escalante. In this process, she took out of the closet her the skills she had represed and started making  candles again. She also started learning new techniques like working in cement. She kept incorporating new products in order to provide her customers variety, always ensuring the quality of her products. Today, Cocó Candles is a corporation.  Her children are part of the business in their spare time and are her biggest inspiration.

Yamilet Albelo

Yamilet Albelo

Designer of La niña de los ojos grandes

Yamilet Albelo is a painter that creates stamp goods, canvas, shirts and necklaces. Her goal is to delight customers with the love she gives in each item. She uses bright colors and create totally unique characters.

 

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