Thursday, January 1, 2009

1 January - 5 Featured Etsy Sellers

For the 1st of January I've another wonderful 5 Etsy sellers whose works are amazing and are worth the time to visit even just to window shop.

While your at Etsy don’t forget to drop by my store to check out original artwork pieces and other goodies at www.nicoletattersall.etsy.com

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Crazy Times Candles
Dave and Erin Powell are the beautifully creative couple behind Crazy Times Candles.
After buying a lot of poor burning candles Erin decided to research making her own. The quest for a great burning candle that scented throughout the entire burn started in 2002. About a year after, Dave found an interest in soap making and started playing around with cold process soap recipes.
After several years of enjoying these crafts as a hobby they started their business full time in December of 2006, which is now Crazy Times Candles.

Each product is beautifully packaged and look just so delicious that you could eat them.

For Information or to Shop visit:
- Etsy
- Blog
- Flickr

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Jennifer Squires
Jennifer has been photographing professionally since 1996, but she's been taking pictures her whole life. She holds a Diploma in Photography, and a Diploma in Advanced Photography from Fanshawe College, London, Ontario (where she was later asked back to teach in the Advanced Photography Program). After college Jennifer began work as a Producer and First Assistant at a corporate and advertising studio in Toronto, Ontario. In 2005 she moved back to London to pursue freelance work, and opened her online shop in February 2008.

Her work covers a broad range of categories, from shopping carts to gerbera daisies, but she always focus on the details of life. Jennifer is constantly inspired by the world around her and uses photography to search for simplicity and meaning in the beauty of the everyday.

To find out more about Jennifer Squires visit:
- Etsy
- Website

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Linda Boucher
Limda has been working from her studio in Brighton Seafront's Artist Quarter since 1991, and loves painting shoes and glamorous women! She has featured in exhibitions in London and Monaco, and has a range of greetings cards produced by American Greetings.

Her work is nothing short of glamorous and makes me think of several wonderful styles (Warhol, Art Deco and more) all rolled into one ball of fabulousness.

To shop at Linda Boucher or to find out more visit:
- Etsy
- Website
- Blog

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Joy White
She has always loved to work with her hands and has been fascinated by the process of how things are made. Almost entirely self-taught, Joy began making jewelry in 2006 after discovering her passion for metal working; yes she really does enjoy sanding.

Prior to working with metal Joy was the owner of a graphic and display company. She feels that my experience has given her a unique perspective in the composition and fabrication of her work. Her inspiration lies in the industrial qualities of the materials that she uses, and the idea that simple shapes can also make bold statements.

All of her pieces are designed and hand fabricated by herself in her Warren, Ohio studio. Since all of her art is truly hand crafted, there are be slight variations from piece to piece. Making each one unique.

For Information or to Shop visit:
- Etsy
- Website
- Blog
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Little Ellie
Little Ellie is Jen Phifer, a highly talented lady who likes to make things with her hands, love's all things crafty and makes the most gorgeous purses and wallets for you to enjoy.

For more Information or to Shop at Little Ellie visit:
- Etsy
- Blog

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Stay tuned for another 5 featured Etsy Sellers on February 1.

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