I've recently embarked on creating artworks centered around breast cancer, a cause that holds deep personal significance for me. My journey with breast cancer has been unexpectedly intertwined with the experiences of cherished women in my life—my mother, mother-in-law, and close friends—who have bravely faced this illness, some multiple times. While I haven't known men personally affected by breast cancer, I'm aware it's more prevalent than commonly thought, and my heart goes out to them as well.

Just after Valentine's Day this year, I received my own breast cancer diagnosis. Initially shocked, I turned to painting as a way to steady my thoughts, confront my fears, and gather strength for what lay ahead. From this wellspring of emotion, my first two paintings emerged: "Mammo" and "Tomo." These canvases, the first two of a long series ahead, have become a sort of emotional journal, where I pour my feelings and find renewed creative purpose.

Over lunch with a dear friend who's also a breast cancer survivor, I shared photos of my paintings. Her instant tears surprised me and i feared I had been wrong in showing them, but she assured me they were tears of beauty and resonance. Inspired by her response, I offered to create a personalized painting for her, reflecting her journey with breast cancer—With the specific location of her cancer, painted in her favorite colors, with meaningful words that resonate with her journey. The prospect excited her, igniting the idea to extend this gesture to others battling breast cancer.

Thus, I'm offering personalized commissions alongside original pieces for sale, each acrylic creation embodying the resilience and hope of survivors. A portion of proceeds from each sale will go to breast cancer charities, with clear transparency regarding the donation amount. While I'm still refining the details of this project, my commitment to supporting this cause is unwavering.

Please contact me if interested in commissioning a specific piece. I am committed to work with your budget in mind to create a painting that will be meaningful to you or a loved one.

Size Chart

Size Chart

Measuring your Wrist Size:

Wrist Size

To find your wrist size, wrap a tape measure around your wrist where the bracelet or cuff would be worn and match the length to the size chart below. If a tape measure is not available, you can use a piece of string or paper. Just mark the length needed to wrap around the wrist and then use a ruler to take the measurement.

Measuring your Wrist Size

Take the measurement where the product will sit on your body, not tight but with no slack either.

For custom orders, enter your size in inches or millimeters in the text box at check out (or mention it to me in a direct email).

For regular orders, pick the size that matches your size the closest. You can also order a larger size if you prefer a looser fit.

Miss Nyet Jewelry General Size Chart:

The bracelets are made to fit up to the mentioned wrist sizes below. (these measurements do not correspond to the actual size of the bracelet)


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