Thank You for visiting my website. I would like to tell you more about myself.
I grew up in the Philippines, but I’ve lived in the US for the last 18 years and became a citizen 15 years ago. I live in Washington State with my husband and our 13-year-old son. He plays baseball all year long. We love baseball in our family.
I have always loved arts and crafts ever since I was a little girl. It’s like my meditation. It brings me peace. When life gets a little too busy or crazy and I need time for myself to keep my sanity, I go out with a good friend to grab lunch or dinner. But for the most part, you’ll find me in my craft room doing something. I could be playing with paints, beads, paper, glue, or even Photoshop or Corel! I don’t really plan what I do during my ‘me time’, I just do whatever I feel like doing at that time.
My husband has been encouraging me to sell the arts and crafts that I make for a long time, but I’ve always been hesitant because I’m not really professional or had any formal training at making these crafts. I just do and make what feels good to me at that time.
Why would anybody want to buy my stuff? My husband has explained to me multiple times that there are wonderful people out there that actually prefer handcrafted arts and crafts made by crafty people and small businesses. So a few years ago I took the leap of faith and decided to sell some of the crafts that I love making.
I bought a commercial sublimation printer & a few heat presses as my Christmas, Anniversary, Mother’s Day, Birthday combo gift. I’ve been practicing, learning, and having fun using them! Some of the designs I have are paid licenses that allow me to sell commercially, but most of the designs are my creation.
Then several months later, I took the really big plunge and bought a $15,000 commercial laser engraver/cutter. The sky is the limit!
Thank you for taking the time to get to know me. I hope you’ll find something that you like from my shop, but most importantly, I hope that you get a chance to Get Crafty today. Being crafty can be messy at times but it’s a whole lot of fun. So let your inner craftiness free!