I know how tough it can be juggling work and home life, especially when you have small Children. However this weeks Creative Corner interviewee seems to have mastered these skills to perfection. Setting up and running her own successful children’s wear company. With amazing designs and a great unique selection of clothes for both boys and girls. So take a read all about Mini Melton this week.
This weeks interviewee in creative corner is Sandra from 26 Moon Beams. I just love her work and could happily buy it all. I do hope you enjoy reading about her creative processes and take a stop by her shop.
I recently put out a call on twitter looking for new craftspeople to take part in the Creative Corner series. I have delighted with the response and one of the first to get in touch was the talented Card maker Hannah from Sew Bloom. Take a read about her creative process and the work she produces.
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I always thought I’d like to be a graphic designer, but I found I was not disciplined enough. My font styles would drift for one to another and I would over do a design rather than keep it to the point. Someone who has mastered this techniques, is this week’s creative corner interviewee. Have a read all about KA Graphic Design.
I always love a hardware store. The creative possibilities are endless. I love strolling up and down the fittings isles looking in the little drawers. Most times, I just think about what I could make about them. Linzi on the other hand has made her business from doing just that. Read on to find out more about her and her business Copper and Blonde.
I love to buy handmade and writing Creative Corner each week has led me to meet and interview some amazing artisans. Yet I have never had anything made bespoke before. After looking at her work I may one just just have to get Emily McNair Design to make something truly unique for me too!
I could easily describe myself as a Magpie when it comes to Jewellery and along with many other crafts I have had a go at making my own. Yet my efforts have not been entirely successful. Someone who has had much more success and produced lovely work is this weeks Creative Corner interviewee The beaded magpie.
You will already know I am a bit of a magpie and am often attracted to beautiful Jewellery having featured some great jewellers previously on Creative Corner. This week is no exception and I have found myself already making a birthday list with blue lace agate earrings and a sea glass necklace on it. I hope you like Boho Jewellery box as much I do.
This week in Creative Corner I am pleased to be sharing the work of another creative who sells through Conscious crafties, which is a selling platform for people living with Chronic Illness, Disability or Caring for a loved one. There are a wonderful range of arts and crafts available and it is really worth a look. So please read on and find out about Isabella’s creative world.
I first came across Quiddity Gifts in craft based twitter chats. I loved her style and the range of pieces made. So when drafting my New year schedule of Creative Corner posts I knew I had to ask her to take part and I’m happy to share her story here today.