Moose Spotlight: Crafting Timeless Treasures with Turquoise and Stamps

"Sometimes I see something in nature or a pattern-anything can inspire me to make a piece of jewelry."

- Breean, @midnightfalconjewelry



Step into the captivating world of Breean Falcon (@midnightfalconjewelry), a talented jewelry artist hailing from North Carolina. Inspired by a forged silver bracelet in 6th grade, Breean's fascination with jewelry-making ignited a lifelong dream to create her own stunning pieces.



Breean Falcon of @midnightfalconjewelry


Breean's journey into jewelry-making began a couple of years ago, but it wasn't until five years ago that she truly dedicated herself to the craft. Self-taught with moments of frustration, her determination and persistence prevailed, and she became utterly hooked on the art of jewelry-making.

"I had someone ask to buy a spinner ring I had made," Breean shares, reminiscing about her first jewelry sale. "I was eating dinner at a restaurant, and a woman approached me and asked where I had gotten my ring. She offered to buy it, and I was stoked to sell it!"

The birth of her brand name, Midnight Falcon, has a charming backstory. Being a night owl and finding creative solace in the midnight hours, combined with her last name, Falcon, led to the perfect choice for her business identity.

While her journey has had its share of critical moments, Breean recognizes that practice and experience have brought her closer to satisfaction with her creations. "It took a long time to be pleased with something I made," she admits. "I’m a tough critic & always seem to see my flaws. I’m working on that. I’m definitely more pleased with designs the more practice I get." 

Let's take a look at some of her beautiful creations!


Turquoise Ring by @midnight_falcon_jewelry on Instagram


Handmade necklaces by @midnight_falcon_jewelry on Instagram


Jewelry creations by @midnightfalconjewelry on Instagram


When it comes to her design process, inspiration strikes from various sources—nature, patterns, anything that sparks her imagination. Breean translates her ideas into drawings and follows her intuition throughout the creation process, allowing room for delightful surprises even when plans evolve.

Her unique design style thrives on using stamps and showcases her love for turquoise, a favored stone that often graces her creations. With a penchant for crafting one-of-a-kind pieces, Breean's work defies confinement to a specific style, embracing the beauty of artistic exploration and individuality.

 Here are a few more amazing pieces by Breean!


Handmade Earrings by @midnight_falcon_jewelry on Instagram


Purple Lavender Variscite ring by @midnight_falcon_jewelry on Instagram


by @midnightfalconjewelry on Instagram



What's one design tip you one to share with your fellow artists?

"Practice makes better. Be kind to yourself 💜"

One piece of technical advice on creating.

"Investing in good tools has been so helpful for me. I use my miter jig, pliers, files & hammers daily. I’ve invested in those & have made making easier."


Any words of encouragement or tips to those who are starting out in the world of jewelry-making?

"Do it right, don’t cut corners. Be patient, believe in yourself. There’s lots of great resources. With persistence, and passion you will get there!"


Lastly, here is Breean's message to the universe: 

Turquoise Moose Feature for Breean Falcon  

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1 comment

I am so proud of Breean. Her journey through this whole process has been a joy to watch and her beautiful creations continue to awe me. ❤️. I have many of the pieces she has made and every time I wear something she has made for me I get the most compliments and questions about where I got them. So proud of her – my beautiful and talented daughter!!

Kathy Shuping January 26, 2024

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