Hannah was born and raised in mid-Michigan. She developed an early liking of arts and crafts with her mother, who taught her how to sew, scrapbook, and do other types of creative projects. She also took ballet, jazz, modern, and west African dance classes from the age of 5-16 years. Hannah graduated from Baker College of Flint in 2005 with her Associate of Applied Science degree.
Hannah began making jewelry after her mother- and sister-in-law showed her how to make simple bracelets and earrings. She has enjoyed experimenting with different jewelry-making techniques ever since.
Hannah currently resides in Comal County, Texas with her husband and three children, and has come to love the Hill Country area of Texas. Her family enjoys raising chickens and rabbits, gardening, and practicing jiu jitsu together.