Cool video and I love taking a peek at how others work and create.
So many creative people in the world and so inspiring to see what others do!
Beautiful and Inspiring Video.
Mary works for such a fun company!
This has me thinking about why I took to Etsy in the first place and how I've changed since. As an Appalachian woman, I've been versed in handmade. My family is a community of makers out of necessity and almost by default. Here, we assign people merit based on what they do with their hands. Mom is good with a needle and thread, Uncle can fix cars, Sister takes the family photos, and so it goes. But being an Etsian has matured my relationship with handmade to a more intimate level where now I can appreciate things made from human hands as works of art, as time put in, as care taken. More and more rarely, I am buying things from makers I do not know. I'm finding myself seeking out things made with intent, for my family, myself and my home. Thanks for the video share, Mary. :)
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