Monday, March 8, 2010

Couple of Talents


I love it when I hear of a husband and wife team that creates together and this team does it with flair. PleasantPeasantry is a multitalented couple that currently focuses on ceramics and macrame; though in the past they have played with such arts as woodwork, ceramics, sketching, sewing, painting, and graphic arts, paper making, macrame, beadwork, shrink plastic, web design, wood burning, book binding, sewing, sketching, and writing. Boy, tired yet? They are active members on the HandmadeArtistsForum, offering support and encouragement to crafters around the world.
Their blog is full of fun pictures and posts showing not only the amazing work in their Etsy shop, but also some of their experiments in progress. The latest post features an adventure in book binding! Stop by and show them your appreciation for their crafty living.

13 comments:

ThePineConeTeaCup said...

YAY for husband and wife teams!! Their work is great!

Larissa said...

A definite yay for husband and wife teams!

CraftyMama said...

Hooray, thanks so much! :D

jewelry by NaLa said...

The "Pots and Knots" couple is seriously talented!

trusk4u said...

Three cheers for this wonderful couple! Oh, and your post too!

Violet said...

Lovely work! It's so great to know that kindred spirits in love are also kindred spirits in art. Thankyou for a lovely post of this great couple.

lisianblue said...

Sweet post Kimberly - they do lovely work!

Joan said...

Oooh, you've picked some beautiful things!

DreamBubbles said...

I know I read your post earlier but it seems I neglected to comment... good thing I came back by! Lovely feature :)

Handmade Artists' Forum said...

The top vase is just lovely!
HAF

Haffina said...

Wonderfully talented couple who make amazing pieces.

Mewes Mountain Arts said...

I really love their pottery. Great post!!

Christine Burgess said...

I love to see a husband and wife team up and do creative things too.
My husband and I do our dish supply shop together and it's great.
Nice Post!