In her featured crafter interview Lucy said, “Thank you for supporting the handmade community and making people’s dreams come true.” You’re welcome – it’s people like you that make this site worthwhile! We’re thankful that you’ve chosen to make these beautiful crafts while putting your dream job of becoming a mahout (an elephant care-taker/trainer) on temporary hold. Maybe you can… View Post
“I am inspired by anything I see in our life. Animals, best friends, fresh produce, bakeries and so on. Just about anything that appears in our life can be inspring.”
We just have one question for today’s featured artist… Who ever told you it’s not ok to eat crab legs for breakfast, lunch and dinner?!
Jill. “I am at my most comfortable part of my life. Being able to create and show it off is wonderful. I can take my time, search for the perfect materials and create leisurely.”
Odds-n-Ends: “I will take this opportunity to plug my home – Northern Ireland is beautiful you should all at some stage in your lives come and see it!” If it means we can stop by the abbey where the baptismal font you created is on display, count us in!
From Verona, Italy, today’s featured crafter turned to handmade crafts when she ran into trouble with her job. Turning to creating as therapy, she now hopes to make a career out of her handcrafted jewelry. We wish you the best of luck Roberta, and don’t forget about us little people when Madama Robè hits the big time!
When we interview a featured crafter there are often a few “odds and ends” that don’t seem to fit anywhere in the usual Q&A. We love to read these little tidbits of uniqueness that make all of our featured crafters so special. Margaret’s interview submission has to be our favorite thus far when she wrote, “I usually have to stop… View Post