My name is Margaret, and I’m a greeting card poet. I like to write tiny, profound little poems about love and the human heart. I like to write delicious little poems that make you laugh. I like to throw big handfuls of poetry into the air and watch peoples’ eyes light up as confetti words fall all around them. So if you need a smile, a hug, a mini party with confetti and all; or if you want to bring joy to someone you love – come visit my shop; the door is always open and I love to make new friends.
I’m Sandy and I make unique greeting cards using a technique called “Quilling”, which is centuries old. You can think of it as “paper graphics”. I don’t use ink, I use paper to create all occasion sentiments I hope you’ll be proud to share with the ones you love. I love the idea of sending a card just because. It’d be great of people stopped letting themselves be dictated by calendars and instead just let themselves go with their feelings because, love rocks!
Hello lovelies, Lolly here! I’m a 25-year-old blogger, part-time model, and budding philanthropist born and raised on the East Coast, now living in Northern California with my fiancé. If you love to be inspired, look at pretty photos, and learn about ways you can help yourself, others, and the world we all live in than I’m your girl!
Blissfully Happy Wife, Blogger, Movie Buff, Animal ♥er, Event Planner, Busy-Bee, Shopaholic, Philanthropist, DIYer in Training, 30-Something Southern Gal, etc. I just opened up my Etsy shop, AnnLeigh Creations. Stop on by!
Hi, we’re Kim & Candice. We’re the sisters behind Paper, Lace & Confetti Handmade and wedding planners to boot! We make jewelry and other fun, small gift items on our online shop, blog about our wedding and craft inspirations and take long coffee breaks in between. Come stop by, say hello on our blog or stop by the shop and maybe you’ll find something pretty to take home with you!
PaintedEpoxy is made up of two people – jewelry by Amber and art by Auroch. We started early in August 2011, nameless at that point. It was originally meant to be a solo adventure with my jewelry but when my boyfriend discussed wanting to make prints of his work, I couldn’t resist figuring out how to do it. When it got to the point that I was able to post them – the name that came to me was so simple – yet it fit together perfectly. PaintedEpoxy – As he’s the painter and I was using epoxy to hold some of my heavier, bigger pieces together. We’re still a “new” store but we’ve expanded our networking & have made sales both on and offline to people who can’t get enough art and unique jewelry pieces in their lives. We have a print shop HERE where everything is currently on sale.. and of course, our ETSY.