Angie Sebolt began her jewelry business, La De Da Jewelry Design, in 2000. It began on a soul searching vacation to the Oregon Coast, where she met a woman who took her under her wing and taught her the ins and outs of jewelry making. After seeing some of Angie's experimental pieces, made throughout the week, she encouraged Angie to make it a career! And she did. Her line has grown from jewelry to hand tooled, one of a kind belts and buckles. For the past seven years Angie has been a part of the Boise Capital City Public Market every season. She loves interacting with the people at the market and the wonderful atmosphere the market brings.
Angie has also developed a thriving website business and sells to boutiques throughout the country. She has been a returning artist for six years to the Valentine for Aids Auction and donates proceeds from her line of Breast Cancer Jewelry to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Angie was recognized by Thrive, The Idaho Statesman and Treasure magazine as a "Local Jewel" in articles featuring her story and work.
"It has been a great way to satisfy my creative desires, and having my studio at home, it's much easier to spend time with and be there for my three boys. The best of both worlds."