Finding jewelry is also fun. I’ll call Valerie Guerrero from Artisan Group, who works with independent artists around the world, and he’ll share what I do: “Firefly Lane Netflix needs 70s era rings, 80s earrings, and big jewelry for the early 2000s. “In that case, I got the job two months before we started preparing, so I actually called him the next day and said,” I’m putting on a show that lasts three decades. What do you have?”
All the craftsmen sent handwritten notes of the jewelery, how they made them, and where they came from. I take all the notes to organize, and whenever we use a special work from the craftsmen, we’ll write down who worked on and what episodes came in, so we can tell Valerie when they can see their work. screen. It’s a great way for local craftspeople who make everything themselves to gain exposure they don’t normally get.
After that episode comes out, I will tweet or wear Instagram and mark them. I’ve been using the service now since 2015 and I love it. I use it Hundreds and Once Upon a time, and every piece they send me goes to the show Firefly Lane. Every artist who makes something for me is shown. All the jewelery is so unique and special. I hope the viewers enjoy it as much as I did!