Flo Meylan is an artist in Wolcott, Colorado. Decorate your home with unique animal illustrations on everything from pillows to mugs!
You can see more by using this link to her Etsy store: FloArtStudio1
Or by using this link to her website: floartstudio.com
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Jennie Rizza is hand tooling leather in Bulverde, Texas. I really enjoy her designs and the color contrast on this beautiful belt. You can see much more by using this link to her Etsy store: jenniejeandesigns
This post can also be found on the Leather page above.
Anne Dowell is creating something special for you in Seattle, Washington. These look like chocolates, but no! These are seed bombs for your garden or as a really cool gift. In many areas, it is not too late to plant some kinds of seeds for fall color. Or they could be holiday gifts for next springs gardens. Please use this link to her Etsy store to see more: Gardenbonbons
This post can also be found on the Botanical page above.
Edward Mills is a ceramic artist in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I really enjoy these these two little salt and pepper birds and I hope you use this link to his Etsy store to find something you like for yourself: ecorock
This post can also be found on the Ceramic page above.
Jason and Jessica Jones are working with fine woods in Centennial, Colorado. I have a soft spot for fine pens, so to see all of their other cool creations, please use this link to their Etsy store: agoodturnco Or this link to their website: agoodturnco.com
This post can also be found on the Wood page above.
Eric Dennis is hand forging metal in Marlboro, Vermont. He makes these beautiful grilling skewers and so much more that you can find by using this link to his Etsy store: Roundhouseblacksmith
Or this link to his website: roundhouseblacksmith.com
This post can also be found on the Metal page above.
Pedro Jimenez III is hand carving stone in Sedona, Arizona. I love how he has used the natural colors in the stone to bring out this bison. I hope you use this link to his Etsy store to see his other pieces: BlueElkCarvings Or this link to his website: blueelk.net
This post can also be found on the Stone page above.