Wes is hand crafting fine wood flutes in Strawberry Plains, Tennessee. Native American flutes have a special tone to them not found in other flutes. I hope you visit his Etsy Shop: FlockingBirdFlutes
Or his website: flockingbirdflutes.com/
This post can also be found on the Musical page above.
Brian Reed is creating with metal the traditional way with an anvil and forge in Queen Creek, Arizona. The piece I chose to show you is one of his old fashioned puzzles. You can see his other pieces by using this link to his Etsy shop: ReedsBlacksmithShop
And you can follow him on Facebook: facebook.com/reedsblacksmithshop
This post can also be found on the Metal page above.
Grace Vanderbush is creating one of a kind sculpted jewelry in Canby, Minnesota. She packs amazing landscapes into tiny scenes. I hope you use this link to her Etsy shop: EarthClayCo
And you can follow her on Instagram: instagram.com/earth.clay/
You can sign up for her newsletter, free coloring pages, and coupons here: earthclay
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Paul Tanompong is sculpting accurate replicas of cool fossils and dinosaurs in Newark, California. His work shows an incredible attention to detail! I hope you visit his Etsy shop by using this link: BlueDinos
And you can follow him on Instagram: instagram.com/bluedinoskits/
Plus, I believe he is about to launch a Kickstarter campaign and as soon as he does, I will update this post with a link to it!
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Chris and Denise Salafia are cultivating lavender in Killingworth, Connecticut. Isn't this the coolest version of a lavender sachet? A lavender stuffed doll! You can visit them by using this link to their website: lavenderpondfarm.com
And you can follow them on Instagram: instagram.com/lavenderpondfarm/
This post can also be found on the All Things Lavender page above.
Monica Johnson is crocheting lace stone in Oklahoma. She has an incredible variety of forms, colors, and patterns for you to choose from. Including necklaces! I hope you pick something out for yourself by using this link to her Etsy shop: Monicaj
And you can follow her on Instagram: instagram.com/lacestonesbymonicaj/
This post can also be found on the Fiber page above.
Kimberly Hadlock is cooking up sweet creations in Athens, Georgia. The flavors she has are not your ordinary lollipop, like this real lavender flavored one! I hope you visit her Etsy shop to pick something out for yourself by using this link: LeccareLollipops
Gina Covina is cultivating organic GMO-free seeds in Mendocino, CA. And I need to order some of these wonderful Delicata winter squash seeds! Did you know that you can pick all winter squashes just as young as you would summer squash? The flesh is dense and creamy and wonderful. Yes, even pumpkins and butternuts. I have yet to try these picked young, but I am really looking forward to it. You can order from her Etsy shop via this link: OpenCircleSeeds
Or you can order from her website via this link: opencircleseeds.com
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Connie Sonnenberg is an artist in Crystal Lake, Illinois. She paints a wide range of subjects, including many of beautiful horses. But this floral abstract is what really caught my eye today! You can find more of her works by using this link to her Amazon Handmade shop: ArtByConnie
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Jason and Sarah Wolff are ceramic artists in Blacklist, Ohio. Throwing a vessel large enough to bake bread in takes experience and talent. I especially like the handles on this piece.
I hope you will use this link to visit their Etsy shop: JasonWolffPottery Or use this link to their website: jasonwolffpottery.shop
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Denise Cerro is creating mixed media art in Encinitas, California. I really enjoy how she tells a story by assembling and altering objects. I hope you visit her Etsy shop with this link: DeniseCerroStudio
Or go to her website via this link: denisecerro.com/
This post can also be found on the Mixed Media page above.