just one of the simple little heart ornaments I made for Christmas. I thought of them as ornaments but they could be used as little decor items also. They are made from felt and buttons!
Another Christmas has come and gone. It seems the older I get the faster the year goes. It was sad taking down the tree today but it was cute because for the first time I had a little helper, my … Continue reading
Do you have extra crayons or art supplies you aren’t using? I am now collecting new or used crayons and art supplies as part of an ongoing effort to compose art kits for children. If you have any supplies that you would like to donate please mail them to:
1865 Herndon Ave.
Suite k 89
Clovis, CA. 93611
Okay, I know I have been posting a lot of bowls recently but I can’t help it! I love these new ones that my dad just completed with this Madagascar Rosewood! They are so so beautiful, this Rosewood is amazing!!
are you ready? I almost am! Hardly any of my stuff is wrapped and my personalized, handmade projects are still lingering. I have finished and mailed off a few today but I have a bit more to work on tonight. … Continue reading
New bowl just added to amy+mayd. This one is made of all walnut and turned out to be a beautiful color! Free shipping in the US. Works great as a gift or a display piece but also serves its purpose … Continue reading
Bright color conjures up a lot of thought: fun, exciting, party, & pop. Here are just a few of the cool neon colored pieces I came across tonight. Here is a list of Bright Eyed fun for a late night like December … Continue reading
A few more bowls just added to our amy+mayd shop.
Here are a few more aprons that I made this fall. I used fun, unconventional fabric prints to make them pop but also added detail for a hint of vintage charm. These are available for purchase and custom order on … Continue reading
Every cook deserves something ‘hot’ for the kitchen right? Ok so maybe you’re wearing sweats in the kitchen and no heels but still cooking is more fun when your spirits are lifted with a bit of wearable art! … Continue reading