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“…curiosity, vulnerability, and tenacity. Those are three things that have allowed me to grow.”

Susan McLeary

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Passionflower | Susan McLeary

Today we’re sitting down with Susan McLeary (pictured above left) to discuss:

  • her expertise in creating living jewelry
  • how her work began to get published
  • the motivation behind her love of learning
  • the story behind her award-winning piece seen on the cover of Fusion Magazine
  • her slightly unconventional method of finding models for her photo shoots
  • the willow armature she mentioned in a BB Expert Panel discussion
  • the success of her PassionflowerMade Etsy shop
  • her tutorial series 

Sue’s Links of Interest:

Website | Instagram

Links mentioned in Ep. Two with Susan McLeary:

Passionflower | Susan McLeary

Images courtesy of Amanda Dumouchelle Photography

Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (Botanical Brouhaha) & Maria Maxit (Maxit Flower Design)

Landon McGee | Podcast Sound Engineer



  1. Another awesome interview. Susan is an inspiration. Thank you.


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