This week we're bringing you a big bumper issue of Meet the Teamies to give you some fantastic gift ideas for the family this Christmas! Click through to see the 6 stores selected for our first bumper post!
Evelyn of Musk Rose Vintage has a wonderful range of vintage goodies, from supplies to home decor, jewellery to paper goods. There are over 300 items in her store currently and there are some beautiful finds, some of which I've shared below. Do yourself a big favour and go check out her store!
Next up is one of our amazing leadership group, Pinterest queen and all round lovely person Starry of Starzyia. Starry has been creating gorgeous jewellery pieces since 2009 utilising vintage postage stamps. She also creates kilt pin and shawl pin brooches, altered art and paper collage jewelry, paper cut designs, original photography, postcards, and gift tag sets. Make sure you pop across and check out the beautiful range she has in store!
Ravenshire's Realm is a two woman team made up of Nita and Shiree who create gorgeous jewellery pieces and accessories as well as dreamcatchers. Their pieces connect with their surrounds and are created with a pagan/fantasy influence. Although they don't get to sit with each other to create (living 60kms apart hinders that a little!) these lovely ladies catch up via the internet a couple of times a week to connect with each other and build their shop.
Jocelyn of NewCreatioNZ is one of New Zealand family and she uses her skills are a photographer and artist to create wonderful homeware items such as clocks, shower curtains and throw pillows. I always love browsing through her shop to see her new pieces, many of which are coordinated so you can have a consist look through your home!
Julia from Julia Heartfelt creates these stunning shawls and wraps perfect to keep warm on a chilly spring evening. Using several techniques including Nuno felting, Julia's pieces are inspired by a life surrounded in beauty and vitality and you can certainly see that, and the love, in each and every piece. Make sure you pop across and see Julia's current offerings as everything she does is one of a kind!
Last but not least in this bumper issue is Kerry of Quirky Bits by Kerry. Her shop announcement says it all really "anything but ordinary"... Kerry creates unique and quirky buttons, brooches, mixed media books, beads, ornaments and clothing just to name a few! Make sure you pop into her shop as everything is colourful, fun and one of a kind!
Check back next weekend for the next installment of our Meet the Makers series!
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