Happy Monday everyone! It's time for another installment of the Primitive and Folk Artist's Etsy team Monday Merchant Circle and today I'd like to introduce you to my teammate Laura of Cave Creek Primitives.
Tell us your name and how did you come up with your business name?
My name is Laura and my business is called Cave Creek Primitives. I named it after the area in Kentucky where we live. There's a real Cave Creek, not far from our home in the Daniel Boone National Forest. There are also lots of caves around here. It seemed to fit nicely.
How long have you been in business?
Who or what inspires you?
What is your creative style; primitve, country, folk art?
There have been several designs that I've completed that I still don't have patterns for. I'm working now at making patterns that I can release at some point.
What mediums do you use in creating your work?
I have my own studio building, and I absolutely love what I do. I am so thankful that I can do this full-time too. My husband is a musician, with his own studio too, so we each work at home and we are truly blessed. I give away a lot of my work to friends and neighbors. I am most happy when something I've created makes someone else smile.
Where can we find you on the web?
Thanks so much for stopping by to read about Laura, she is one talented gal and I love her primitive critters! Hope you can take a minute to visit her links and book mark her sites.
And just a reminder before I go that I am having a "Paying It Back" Giveaway that will be starting tomorrow and running through to March 20th, so make sure you come on back tomorrow to read all about it and enter! Thanks so much for visiting today and see you tomorrow!