Hannah brings us some vintage inspired goodies from greeting cards to jewelry. My advice to you would be – keep crafting! You have such a great collection and so much creativity
I love travelling, my sister and I recently bought a Scratch map each. Now it's turn into a competition to see who'll go the most places.
I've always wanted to work with animals, my future dream is having a animal sanctuary for abused and homeless animals out there.
I want to write a fantasy novel. George R.R. Martin is my hero.
I am a Vegetarian, hoping to make the big change to Vegan.
What got you started crafting?
When I was younger I was always doing something creative, I lost that as I got older. Last year I started reading a blog called A Beautiful Mess, it really just made me want to start making my own things again. Being creative in whatever form food, writing, art etc, is fun, relaxing and a great way to stay inspired.
What is your source of inspiration?
I am currently trying any crafts that I see and think look fun. Some of them I enjoy, others not so much, crafting is about learning. I take inspiration from things I love such as wildlife, a picture that caught my eye or an outfit someone was wearing.
What have you made recently?
Recently I've been making polymer clay owls. I saw some owls on a website and wanted to give it a try but I didn't know that polymer clay gets dirty so quickly! In the end I have made two owl hanging/gift tags, two owl brooches which I am hoping to sell in a set together with a little card with the quote 'Owl always love you.'
I am one of those people who doesn't really thing before making, I want to try everything at the moment!
Where do you sell your crafts presently?
At the moment only on Etsy.
Why are handmade crafts important to you?
Handmade goods are unique, you know that a lot of hardwork has gone into each item. There really is a big difference between customer care from hanmade to on the high street. Items come sweetly wrapped, with a note or a little gift. It's the little things.