Tuesday, December 28, 2010

More Handmade Philly Artists and Crafters

As promised here are some more great artists and crafters that I am proud to support.

Jeanne Lombardo is a close friend and artist. We met years ago while working together and she is the one who turned me onto Handmade Philly. Jeanne and I sometimes get together for our own art days and just bounce ideas off eachother.  Jeanne has a great sense of color and she is so whimsical. She has some of her pieces available at Square Peg Artery & Salvage. Find Jeanne's blog, Intuition Funktional Art.
A Stitch in Design is Nicole's baby. She and I have sewing in common and she inspired me to want my own embroidery machine. She makes beautiful quilts and I am lucky to own one.  Check out her blog.
Check out Lilith's Apothecary. She creates natural, herbal, and at least partially organic bath, body, and beverage tea products. Check out her blog!
We Bit Trendy is all about handcrafted items for mothers and babies. Shop their Etsy shop here.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Helping out my Handmade Philly friends.

Handmade Philly is working to get the word out about all our artists. So wanted to give a shout out to some and share their blogs with you.
Allison Ostertag, captain of our Etsy team, is a wonderful artist who shares the photography passion with me. Check out her blog here. She also has a shop on Etsy.
I have known Bonnie MacAllister for years, through our involvent in the WCA and now she is a member of Handmade Philly! She is a great artist and a really active participant in the Philly art world. Check her out.  Bonnie also has an etsy page.
Mary Jo Rosania is a girl after my own heart a photographer who loves to sew too! Check out her amazing site here and look through her eyes.
Handmade Philly also has their share of jewelry artists including d'Olivia. Check out her jewelry available on Etsy.