Seville for the People is committed to developing compelling lesson plans that center around jewelry design. Our workshops include imaginative material that encourage creative exploration. Our focus is to ignite creativity, laughter and joy by providing fun and challenging ways to explore jewelry design. With an eye that sees the world through an aperture of optimism and possibility, we build fun programs that entertain and inspire. Handmade and built from a heritage in jewelry design spanning 14 years, our signature Seville for the People jewelry workshops are a colorful and imaginative way to share in the fun of expressing ourselves. We believe that sharing creativity fosters happiness for a better, and brighter community.  Our mission is to curate interactive, and inspiring spaces that engage, challenge and entertain using a variety of upcycled material. By reimagining broken and discarded jewelry parts we aim to teach participants to reimagine possibilities, and redefine creativity as a utility for self improvement.

upcycled jewelry making workshop

In celebration of Earth Day at Little Beach House Malibu, Seville Michelle set the stage for an afternoon of inspiration as we explored creative ways to reimagine broken jewelry in celebration of the greatest place in the Universe- planet earth! With an imaginative approach to jewelry design, using a variety of upcycled material, we turned brooches into pendants, necklaces into earrings and bracelets into embellishments. Participants learned the basics of jewelry design.

Air Jordan 11 "Midnight Navy" Launch

Atmos x Jordan x Seville Michelle

City of STEM + LA Makers Faire

LA’s largest celebration of science, creativity, invention, and fun --with hands-on activities, amazing experiences, and an appearance by Bill Nye the Science Guy. Reflecting the diversity of the LA region and promoting access to all, the event. Our booth featured un-clycled and broken jewelry for attendees to create magical new accessories with, enjoyed by all ages!


In 2019, Seville was 1 of 6 creative artists selected to join the Los Angeles Public Library of creative contractors to bring her unique approach to jewelry crafting to all 72 library locations. Check out for ongoing scheduled programming.


"Seville arrived early for the program setup, and kept the children and teens who attended captivated for the entire duration of the program. She is a consummate professional, and brought plenty of jewelry, and gummies in fun shapes for the attendees to make their own beautiful candy jewelry. She answered everyone's questions and made everyone feel capable of creating something fun and unique. I cannot recommend Seville enough, and would love to have her back at the Platt Library in the near future."

Jennifer W, Young Adult Librarian Platt Branch - Los Angeles Public Library

Seville was pleasant to work with and her rapport with kids and parents was very good! We requested the Candy Lab program and she came well prepared with plenty of supplies - boxes of delicious smelling gummies, and jewelry pieces (kid-friendly plastic needles, string, earring hoops, etc.). Seville walked through the jewelry making process with the kids and parents. She was patient and generously provided materials to each of them, even the late arrivals. Recommendation: Have hand sanitizer available for participants and baggies ready for kids to pack up their jewelry and leftovers!

Senele G. Rios, Senior Librarian Mark Twain Branch Los Angeles Public Library

"My library booked Seville for a candy jewelry making program for kids. The program was so popular that we didn't have enough seats at one point; by the end of the hour long program, about 120 patrons had attended. Despite how busy things got, Seville remained calm and welcoming toward every child she interacted with. Our patrons left the program with lovely candy bracelets they could eat. This was my first time working with Seville, but I could sense her sincere desire to help kids experience the comfort and joy of creating something as universal but personal as jewelry."

- Ruth Cho Children's Librarian Buena Park Library, Orange County

LA Housing Development Authority

Seville has produced over 15 events for the Los Angeles County Housing Development Authority (LACDA). Many of the patrons of her events with LACDA are under social and economic distress and her goal is provide them with a joyful activity that ignites their imagination beyond the perimeter of jewelry design. 


a fun, entertaining and, cognitive creative activity






By prompting children to talk about their creative choice, it aids in their language development as they are encouraged to find new ways to talk about their projects. Acquiring new descriptive and emotive vocabulary is a vital part of their learning to effectively express themselves—a skill that is fundamental in how well they interact with other people. A project that requires some degree of planning, such as making patterns from candy, choosing colors for a bracelet, or deciding how to make necklace, are all superb for helping children to develop their cognitive skills.

Peace Corps El Salvador

Seville brought her signature jewlery making workshop series Seville for the People to a small town in El Salvador to work alongside Peace Corps volunteers.

Peace Corps Peru

Working with Peace Corps Volunteers in Peru, Seville shared her knowledge and skills to teach women how to upcycle using material local to their community to create beautiful and well-made jewelry.

team building

jewelry making workshops

creativity at concerts


magical landacapes

skechers x seville for the people


Soho house, New York

Jewelry Sets w/ Seville



community outreach

social impact

GIRL SCOUTS Troop #84005

We have successfully raised over $5,200 for creative development actives, jewelry kits and craft care packages for each Girl Scouts member, and their siblings. We will be using the remaining funds to take all the girls to Yosemite State Park! While we await Safer at Home ordinances to end, we will be taking mother- daughter pairs canoeing in Santa Monica- the perfect warm up to a weekend getaway to Yosemite!


yosemite x girl scouts x seville for the people


Working with troop founder Nicole Deering and LAPD, Seville for the People hand delivered dozens of jewelry craft kits for the Girl Scouts to enjoy during Safer at Home ordances. 


Working with the generous hearts of Energy Independence Now to deliver  jewelry making kits to Charles W. Barrett STEAM Academy in WATTS and to our very own Girl Scouts Troop 84005!

Handmade and Homemade Kits

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We are here to share our knowledge and best practice methods for working with developing communities, and are alwayrs interested in meaningful brand parternships. We take great pride in sharing our healing- centered approach to jewelry design.

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