We provide growth opportunities to immigrant women from around the world living in Colorado. With our help, they are able to better provide for their families and adapt to our culture in a peaceful and beautiful way.
ME offers immigrant women a chance to transcend language barriers and use their hands to transmit their inner beauty. By creating beautiful pieces of jewelry with extreme care, they express gratitude for their new home and hope for a better life.
We want to thank you very much for supporting these women as they use their creativity to live without fear and with much love. They receive a compensation much higher than the market average and they work in a comfortable, peaceful and pressure-free environment. You could say that it is more a group therapy than a job.
We use only the highest quality materials, hypoallergenic metals like stainless steel 18K gold plated, gold filed, sterling silver and semiprecious stones. Very light weight jewelry that will never bother you. In addition we support other communities of enterprising women who make beads of recycled materials.
The best day of the week is when we meet to work together since April 2018. There, we share experiences, joys, sorrows, fears, celebrations, and recommendations for a better life in our new home, the State of Colorado in the United States. We have created a magical energy of union that can only be experienced in the classroom.
Meet the creator
Yurima was born in Caracas Venezuela and studied Graphic Design. After traveling throughout South America, China, Europe, and living in Spain, where she started her jewelry journey, she decided to settle in Denver Colorado with her12 years old son when conditions worsened in her country. Overcoming many challenges and difficulties and with the desire to provide her son with the best opportunities in life, Yurima decided it was time to help other women to achieve their dreams. I Love ME Gems was born out of a passion for jewelry and helping others. (Yuri) is known for being determined, focus and playful; also she says Colorado has the biggest and bluest sky she has ever seen and that’s why she chose it as her home.