About Sundaylace Creations

 

Mariah Battiste,  beadwork designer and owner of Sundaylace Creations, was raised in Unamaki (Cape Breton) in Nova Scotia. She is a Mi’kmaw woman who is surrounded by a strong Mikmaq community who has helped her to stay grounded in her culture while exploring business opportunities. Her business is rooted in contemporary beaded jewelry for weddings, special occasions, or everyday wear. Mariah has an eye for beauty and has turned her love of jewelry and accessories into a beaded bling business. 

In January 2017, she expanded her business to include bead accessories and supplies in order to help other woman to be able to create beautiful beaded works of art in her community. She is community minded and willing to share her knowledge with others through workshops, events, or presentations.  

 

 

Named after her maternal grandmother, Annie Battiste, is a proud Mi’kmaw woman and member of Potlotek First Nation situated in Unama’ki. She is a certified teacher, holding a bachelor’s degree and master’s degree (Educational Foundations) from the University of Saskatchewan. She works as an Reconciliation Consultant with multiple organization and engages in the creative side of Sundaylace Creations with helping with social media, campaigns, and long term strategic visioning.