Monday, August 2, 2010

Etsy Supply Street Team - ESST - Appreciates Their Customers

By Michelle of Evie's Tool Emporium

As supply sellers on Etsy each of our shops have stories of wonderful customers. We would like to take the time to recognize a few of them today!

These creative artists are wonderful customers of ESST member buttonalia. She is a New Zealand trained ceramicist with her specialty being sculpture, glazes and glaze techniques. She is now working from her small studio in Kent, England. Each button is hand crafted by her and many of the glazes are her own. Because these buttons have been glazed front and back and fired to a high temperature, they are non porous, durable and will never lose the brilliance of the colours.

The first customer of buttonalia's that we would like to recognize is Trizy62. She purchased two adorable spring buds in white decorated by ceramic buttons from buttonalia and created this fabulous necklace!

The second customer of buttonalia's that we would like to recognize is OnceUponaTimeBook. She adorned a talete book with a precious cream and blue/purple ceramic button from buttonalia.

The third customer of buttonalia's that we would like to recognize is ferrytailgifts. She created a teal ceramic button and vintage optical lens necklace with a beautifully pattered ceramic button from buttonalia.

It has been fun sharing with you several items that have been created with buttons from buttonalia. Please be sure to check out their shops and the other lovely creations that these wonderful customers of buttonalia have crafted!

3 comments:

ennadoolf said...

Great idea to recognize our customers!
Anne,
http://PatternsAndSuch.etsy.com

Evie's Tool Emporium said...

Anne-
Carla came up with this wonderful idea and I love it! If you have customers you would like to recognize leave me a message on the proboards!
Michelle-

Benibulous said...

Michelle and Anne - thanks so much for showing off creative, beautiful pieces of work in collaboration from one end of the world to another. It's always so amazing to me to see how and where my buttons are transformed and re-created. Smiling, Sharry