What do you make? How did you get into it?
We started doing customized wall decals for [the] home, then we ventured into designing pillows and handmade tote bags, [along with] hand painted pouches and ponytails for our first art fair which was 10a Alabama arts and crafts last 2012.
Now we [have] expanded in making originally designed temporary tattoos, just because I want to get a real one.
Are you a full-time crafter? If not, what is your day job?
No, crafting is my creative outlet where I can unleash my love for painting and drawing. I am an Interior Designer, a wife and a mom of 2 kids by day.
What’s a new skill–craft or business–that you’d like to learn?
Skills would be brush calligraphy, craft would be rubber stamping.
What craft business advice can you share with other aspiring entrepreneurs?
If you have an idea , work on it and make it happen. Do it as fast as you can and make sure to do It very well. Don’t forget to enjoy the process.
Um, if you were a craft tool, what would you be? And why?
A pencil. Very versatile
What can we expect to see from you guys at the upcoming Maker’s Market?
Everything handpainted. We will also release new designs of our temporary tattoos.
Where else can we find your work?
We join selected arts fairs and we are now active on Instagram where we post our work- in progress. [their Facebook page is here! 🙂 ]