A Perry Hall native didn't get to experience the red carpet glitz herself, but her jewelry made it big on Hollywood's greatest stage.
The Canton resident's gift, a turquoise sparkle pendant, isn't her first for an award show—she has made similar items for Golden Globes attendees.
A 2004 graduate of Perry Hall High School, Mulherin said she first got into making jewelry while attending Towson University.
"My mother's friend, who has since passed, got her into jewelry making," she said in an email. "So my mom and I started making jewelry for fun, and then on my own I took it to the next level."