Oahu Charms in based out of Honolulu, Hawaii.What do you sell?
Polymer clay charms. Polymer clay is an oven-bake, nontoxic clay. Polymer clay is basically like hard plastic once cured correctly.
How are the clay charms made?
Each charm is handmade by me, Charity, meaning that every detail is stuck on individually. The best tools are your fingers along with basic crafting tools such as an exact-o knife, dotting tool, etc. Glitter, powdered pigments, etc and all the clay colors are used in the process. I bake the charms and resin each of them so they have a clean, glossy finish.What can the charms be used for?
They're perfect for necklaces, bracelets, and cellphones. They are small enough to be used as a pair of earrings or as a stitch marker. It is NOT recommended to put the clay charms onto a bulky key chain, as they are mini works of art. Our charms are crafted with high quality materials but are not indestructible.Where can I find your products on Oahu?
My charms are available at Ben Franklin Crafts (Pearl City and Mapunapuna) and at Death by Scrapbooking in Windward Mall. Please see the 'Locations' page for more information.Do you accept commissions?
YES! I am almost always accepting commissions/custom charms. Turnaround time is 1-3 weeks. I do many pet commissions such as cats, dogs, bunnies, etc. I also so full body charms, foods/animals, etc. Please see the 'Custom Charms' collection or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.