What does recovery mean to you? Julia DeGraf believes we are all recovering from something or supporting someone who is, be it an addiction, a physical or mental illness, or any of life's traumatic experiences.
The path of recovery is sometimes challenging but always rewarding. Julia's journey began in 2012, when she entered a treatment program for an addiction to prescription pills. Today she is a grateful sober woman, enjoying the many gifts -- and challenges -- of recovery.
Julia's jewelry began with an idea to give back to the recovery community that helped her so much by designing beautiful and one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry with AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) charms, as well as charms carrying inspiring and uplifting messages.
She also designs pieces with a general recovery message to include anyone who may need healing and hope.
Inspired by her move to Sedona, she also carries a line of Southwestern jewelry that reflects the mystique and spirituality of her surroundings.
Her beaded bracelets, necklaces, charm pendants, and keychains are designed to embody the beauty and hope of a sober life. She accepts custom orders.
Recovery is beautiful. Celebrate your journey of healing, hope, and inspiration with Gifts of Recovery.