What do you make?
Pretty dolls and lovely crowns that inspire the imagination.
What or who inspires you?
My inspiration comes from my children and the children I teach through my art classes. I also love children’s literature and have a wild imagination.
How did you get started?
I picked up a camera when I was in high school, from them on art has been wooing me. It’s been a long time love affair.
What are your favourite materials to work with?
Currently, I love to sew, so fabrics with textures and great designs coupled with embroidery.
What is the hardest and your most favourite part of crafting?
The hardest part is finding time with three little ones. My favourite part is seeing people enjoying what I have made.
Do you have any advice for those in the biz?
If you love it, just keep trying, and if you love making it, you will find the time.
Do you consider yourself an artist or a crafter?
I have an art degree, so I am inclined to say artist. When I set out, I hoped to be an artist, the word crafter didn’t enter my world until I opened an Etsy shop. I suppose the word craft comes from hand crafted, so I would think handmade would also then become craft, so I guess both.