Krafty Kash Designs Feature + Giveaway

Krafty Kash Designs is ran by husband and wife team, Kiley and Kashoan, from Lincoln NE. We offer a variety of vintage handmade necklaces and bracelets made from bible, atlases, maps, sheet music and dictionaries. Our motto is: Near to Your Heart, Close to Your Soul.

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Krafty Kash started when Kashoan wanted to find a way to pay for our daughter’s drum lessons. The business has took off from there. We absolutely adore our customers. Our customers are the reason that we are here today.

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Kiley and Kashoan have been married for 20 years. They love working at home to create beautiful one of a kind jewelry for their customers. Being able to work together is a dream come true for us and our family.

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In addition to our products being available on our website and on etsy 24/7, you can find our pieces across small boutiques across the United States. Krafty Kash can now be found in boutiques in California, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, and Rhode Island.

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We are inspired by some of the beautiful jewelry that our customers design. It’s such an honor to be a part of people’s stories and lives. Our customers come up with the best designs and we love when customers give us peeks into the heart behind their designs via their order notes or social media.

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Comments

  1. Amber Ludwig says

    I would love the LIGHT necklace!! I love their bible verse ones too!! I wonder if I could request a specific verse??

    • says

      Hi Amber!
      We LOVE custom orders! We are always happy to put together a necklace (or bracelet) with any bible verse, dictionary word, or map location! We have the option on our site by searching CYO and it’ll pull up all of those options and you can put your request in the order notes!

  2. Vikki Billings says

    One of the things that I would get would be the CYO Map Necklace, and I would also get the key to my heart, I am not sure what else. I like a lot of the stuff you have.

  3. Alona Y says

    I’d love to get a dictionary necklace for myself and a map necklace for my sister.

  4. Christina A. says

    I really love the Kindness bangle! I’m not sure if they do personalized ones but a map necklace of my birth place would be neat! :)

  5. Audra O'Hara says

    I like the Follow Your Heart – Artist dictionary necklace. I like the little additional dangles too.

  6. says

    I love these necklaces, and what an amazing story as to how you began! I first saw these necklaces on Kate Motaung’s website a few months back. I am excited for the chance to win! :) Thank you!

  7. Laurie Nykaza says

    I just love the Skeleton Key w/ Wing everything they make is so pretty love all of them.

  8. Heathahlee says

    I’ve been following Krafty Kash for a while…I LOVE her designs. I’d grab her CYO Verse pendant necklace. I’d love Zephaniah 3:17!

  9. says

    I would totally grab an initial keychain for myself, and a dictionary necklace for my BFF for Xmas…

  10. says

    I would love to win to get the Mother and 1 stone necklace for my daughter in law and a bracelet for my daughter for Christmas. There are alot of cute ones she would love too.

  11. Nancy says

    If I won, I’d have a map necklace made for the place our daughter got married. I also like the Kindness necklace.

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