Do Skulls Have to Be Scary?
"Pretty In Skulls began officially in 2004, when I couldn't find anything skull related in stores that wasn't "scary", so I made my own things and people wanted to buy them."
Inspired by her moms craft projects as a child, artist Jenn Schulze found a gap in the marketplace, and filled it with colorful and funky wearable embroidered pieces that take the spooky stigma away from skulls. Pretty in... Shop explores different materials and techniques to bring a broader range of customer requests to life.
"I happen to like stitching pretty flowers as well as funky skulls so now there's an embroidered necklace design for anyone and everyone!"