MADDJewels to attend Kannapolis Arts fest

The mother and daughter jewelry design team MADDJewels will be a guest at the Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 in downtown Kannapolis.

The team include mother and retired waitress, Lee Hill,  and her daughter Jessica Cannon.

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“We have been crafty together for as long as I can remember,” Cannon said. “When God decided life needed to change for the both of us, we came together and created MADDJewels. Mother and Daughter designs and jewels. We create beautifully whimsical; one of a kind pieces. Joining new and refurbished pieces together into affordable designs you want to wear and share.”

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Mother and Daughter designs creates hand altered jewelry and beaded creations specializing in hand wired trees of life, petite wired birds nests, beautiful hand beaded pieces, and  clay pendants that speak to your individuality.

The clay pendants cover everything from what you love to what you support. They can also personalize these with just about anything from your school spirit to family photos and business logos.

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Contact info-

Lee Hill- Cell- (704) 614-2740

email- flowerchild2110@gmail.com

Jessica Cannon- (704)953-0508

email- jesscannon@gmx.com

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Kannapolis Arts wants to thank the sponsors of the Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival series:  the North Carolina Research Campus, the City of Kannapolis, Downtown Kannapolis Inc., the Independent Tribune, the Cabarrus Arts Council, Omega Graphics and Sumie Designs.