Saturday, February 20, 2010

Full TiLT Ahead

Today's feature is the Etsy Blogger of the month for February with the EtsyBloggers Team! I'm so glad they pointed her out too, because I'd hate to have missed this shop and all the wonderful creations it contains.

TiLT Creations is an Etsy shop that's filled with a variety of different styles of handbags, clutches, backpacks, totes and much more! The artist's name is.... and she uses not just a variety of styles, but also a ton of different, beautiful fabrics that really show off her designs as well.

Each piece is one of a kind and absolutely unique too!

The artist that runs the shop is a stay at home mom of two children of 14 and 4, so as you imagine her life must be outrageously hectic and chaotic! And yet, she still has time to create a large variety of pieces, all by hand, and run two Etsy shops as well as a blog. Truly remarkable!

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO VISIT TILTCREATIONS' SHOP AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, CLICK RIGHT HERE.

4 comments:

Moonangelnay said...

wow hats off to her! i find it hard just with the one, yet i'll be having my next baby in may so id better make some supermum plans soon!

nomadcraftsetc said...

beautiful! I love this one:
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=32502389

Chelsea said...

The patchwork ziplet is so cute, love it! Her shop is nice, I love the colors of her work. Thanks for featuring another great seller! How do you select who to feature? Best wishes blogging!

-Chelsea
http://www.pixelcouture.net

Gilliauna said...

Chelsea - Occasionally someone will write to me and request a feature. If I like what I see and think it fits in well with the blog theme, I'm happy to do that!

Once a month, the Etsy team I'm a member of picks out someone to feature.

The rest of the time, I just browse around, follow people's links and feature what I find in my wanderings that I like! *Smile*

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