Thursday, November 29, 2007

Featured Artist - Kreative Mindz

What a treat it is to discover an Etsy shop filled with beautiful, unique creations! Such was my experience today when I had a delightful visit to KreativeMindz which promises “awesome handmade goodness…from Goddess Hair Wraps to Wooden Boxes.” I found that and more!

KreativeMindz is the husband and wife team of Aly and Beau, fulfilling Aly’s “forever” dream of a venture where they would be able to support each other through love, laughter and creativity. A third team member has been An-G, one of Aly’s best friends, who is clearly a wonderful seamstress and has been enjoying sewing when not preparing for her future as a veterinarian.

Aly explains that her creative flair has been with her forever. Raised in a home of artists, she has always been “dipping (her) hands in all sorts of creative projects.” She has found sewing to be her true nitch, as she enjoys working with the different fibers to see what can be created. With her and An-G’s gifts, KreativeMindz offers clothing, Goddess Wraps™, Hot Packs, Bags, Purses, Wallets, Cuffs and many other unique items – I especially felt drawn to the Elemental Cloths – quite amazing! Husband Beau brings his gifts in carpentry and craftsmanship to add lovely woodworking pieces to the shop.
KreativeMindz, as you might guess, LOVE doing and welcome the opportunity to do custom pieces. Don’t hesitate to contact them about ideas you might want to work with them on. I’m sure you’ll be pleased!

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Celtic Goddess Jewelry said...

Kreative mindz is an excellent seller. I have a pair of custom pants from her that are black and white with a gas mask appliqué. They are my most favorite pants in the world. and you must check out her goddess wraps!

Celtic Goddess Jewelry said...

An excellent seller! I love my custom pants that she made me!

The Mommy and Me Boutique said...

That is an interesting and informative feature. It was fun to read.

Giftbearer said...

Anyone who has not seen her shop should take a look at the wooden boxes and the mandala sewn wallhangings too. Those wallhangings are quite impressive!