|One Vendor's Abundance of Axes|
|An Old Chevrolet Car on Display|
One Crafter who stood out was Carly Mitchell, a new crafter from right here in Chautauqua County. Having been around only four years, her business, called imagineLOUDER, is quite small but of very good quality. She makes a variety of things, ranging from beautiful watercolor sewn greeting cards to photography and paintings to elaborate hemp jewelry to pottery bowls to drawstring bags of all sizes.This is her first season of craft shows, and she is very new to Etsy. You can also find her on Facebook, where she often posts pictures of her creations and leaves updates. When asked about her business, she told us that she is always trying to improve what she makes as well as constantly coming up with new ideas. Check her out sometime; like her facebook page.
|A selection of imagineLOUDER's small drawstring bags|
|One of imagineLOUDER's Handmade Cards|
On a side note:
If you're interested in attending the Fenton Show next year, drop us an e-mail, or look it up on Fenton's website, or contact Joni Blackman.
A quick Etsy update:
We have done our first few Treasuries this week. If you don't know what an Etsy Treasury is, let me fill you in. It is 16 items that an Etsy member can pick to showcase. You can use most any criteria to create your Treasury. Stop by and take a look at them.