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A traditional Asian craft with a western twist : that's what HanjiNaty is about!

My name is Natalie. I am a French-Canadian gal, but I live in South Korea. My passion is called "Hanji": sumptuous Korean paper made of mulberry pulp. Hanji has been used for a thousand years in Korea to create decorative or ceremonial objects. For me, it is essential to offer useful and practical objects, that can enjoyed on a daily basis. Tissue cases, pen holders, piggy banks, fridge magnets: let the beauty and unique character of Hanji make our everyday life objects irresistible!

Blog : www.hanjinaty.com
Facebook : www.facebook.com/hanjinaty
Pinterest :  www.pinterest.com/hanjinaty
Wanelo : www.wanelo.com/hanjinaty


Hi I'm Amy. In my shop I offer a variety of crocheted items and occasionally I list vintage crochet & knitting pattern books. I enjoy working on custom orders. My customers often come up with the best creative ideas; and sometimes offer me the challenge of creating something I've never done before. It’s always satisfying to take a piece of yarn and create something new from it.

Google Plus G+: plus.google.com/108974287774164054919
Twitter : www.twitter.com/amydscrochet
Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/amydscrochet


Hi, my name is Ildi. I'm a group psychotherapist and an economist, mother of 2 girls, wife of an engineer and a ceramic lover from the Netherlands.

I really enjoy the process of making pottery: I sit down at a table with clay and try to make something that I have an imagination of. I want something and the clay wants something but in the end I can work until I am most satisfied with the outcome. For me, the best part is after the first kiln firing when I can paint with bright, shiny colors and decorate in different ways. I love the tiny details, I do have patience to work with really small things to achieve those fascinating patterns.

Blog : http://ceraminic.blogspot.nl
Twitter : https://twitter.com/Ceraminic
Tumblr : http://ceraminic.tumblr.com
Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/ceraminic
Wanelo: wanelo.com/ceraminic
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Ceraminic/476092472418005


Self-taught seamstress of clothing and household decor, I start with inspiring patterns and modify them to my taste. I'm hooked on fabric accessories! Soft and washable! Great fun fabrics inspire me! I love to explore new styles and designs! Handmade is a process that should show itself in the finished product and adds to its beauty. Custom requests are welcome!


I started out doing mostly needle felting and gradually got more and more intrigued with beading and jewelry design. I think beading hooked me because it appealed to three things I have loved all my life: miniatures, collecting things, and making arrangements of found objects. To me, beads are like little works of art; composing with them is an almost meditative process--and a complete joy. So is the vitality of the Etsy community and teams like this one, where members really support each other. Happy to be here.

Facebook : www.facebook.com/CatchingWavesCreations


My name is Beth and my passion is creating cards, keepsake boxes, gift tags, journals and other paper craft items. The creative process is what motivates me. I enjoy experimenting with colors, textures and patterns as I work with rubber stamps, inks, ribbon and a variety of embellishments.

I am proud to be on the design team for Ewe-N-Me Printables. Additionally, I have been honored to have my cards appear in the "The Stampers’ Sampler" Autumn 2013 and Spring 2014 issues. 

Thanks for visiting my shop and please stop by again!

Blog : prettybyrddesigns.blogspot.com

1 comment:

  1. CONGRATULATIONS to ALL the wonderful, amazing leaders, guides, mentors of this dynamic team! Most of you are already familiar to me. I look forward to meeting the rest of you. I'm hope-hope-hoping to become more active again so we can all help one another to success in 2015!