Trenton, Ga., United States
Hello, I hope each of you that stop by, have a pleasant day and enjoy browsing my store.
Skills and Techniques
Making Jewelry is my passion, and I am always willing to learn new techniques. I have been making Jewelry and crafts for many moons now, and my goal is to please you, the customer.
Get to Know
Welcome to my store. Come in, browse around, and enjoy your visit. Let me introduce myself: My name is Debi, and my Native name is Cornsilk. I trademark my Jewelry with ..designing artist..."Cornsilk" or handmade by "Cornsilk". I am the mother of 3 sons and have two "BEAUTIFUL" granddaughters. I am 3/4 Cherokee and some Creek. My late husband was 3/4 Creek and the son of Chief Lonzo Woods. I make and sell Native American Jewelry, Crafts and Other Treasurers. All Jewelry and Crafts are "HANDMADE" by me. Most of my Jewelry is traditional Native American, some of what I call Old style, and the other is of today's style. I have been making and selling Native American Jewelry since I was 16 years old. My parents taught me from an early age to make crafts and Jewelry. For 12 years I owned a Trading Post called "Cornsilks Creations" at the North Bay Clan Creek Village in Panama City, Fl. I moved to Trenton, Ga. in 2000, and keep the store going out of my home. I now sell my Jewelry and crafts at Pow Wows, Living History Shows, and on-line. In 1990, a law was passed about Native crafts. This Act prohibits the use of "Native American" in the sale of products unless one is a citizen of a U.S. recognized Indian Tribe. My Jewelry and Crafts are made in accordance with THE INDIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS ACT OF 1990, P.L. 101-644. Below, you will see my state cards and role numbers.