SPS Leadership Team

Meet Our Leaders


A traditional Asian craft with a western twist : that's what HanjiNaty is about!

My name is Natalie. I am a French-Canadian gal, but I live in South Korea. My passion is called "Hanji": sumptuous Korean paper made of mulberry pulp. Hanji has been used for a thousand years in Korea to create decorative or ceremonial objects. For me, it is essential to offer useful and practical objects, that can enjoyed on a daily basis. Tissue cases, pen holders, piggy banks, fridge magnets: let the beauty and unique character of Hanji make our everyday life objects irresistible!

Blog : www.hanjinaty.com
Facebook : www.facebook.com/hanjinaty
Pinterest :  www.pinterest.com/hanjinaty
Wanelo : www.wanelo.com/hanjinaty


Our shop offers shabby inspired items that are time loved vintage, hand crafted, or skillfully revived. Treasures for the home, special events or gift giving can all be found in our aisles! For an added bit of salty charm, we also feature crafted nautical items. Surround yourself with a cozy feel with something from North and South Shabby!

Blog : vintagekeywest.wordpress.com/
Facebook: www.facebook.com/NorthandSouthShabby
Twitter: www.twitter.com/noandsoshabby
Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/nandsshabby


My name is Ellen and I LOVE to design and create things. I find it deeply satisfying to start with nothing more than an idea and finish with a tangible, beautiful, functional piece of work. I enjoy learning new techniques that I can incorporate into my creations. I practice a variety of different art forms, but find I always have at least one knit, crochet or sewing project in progress.

My crafting philosophy is simple.
Create Happiness - Express yourself and spread some joy to others.
Expect Excellence - Anything worth creating is worth creating with care and pride.


Hi I'm Amy. In my shop I offer a variety of crocheted items and occasionally I list vintage crochet & knitting pattern books. I enjoy working on custom orders. My customers often come up with the best creative ideas; and sometimes offer me the challenge of creating something I've never done before. It’s always satisfying to take a piece of yarn and create something new from it.

Google Plus G+: plus.google.com/108974287774164054919
Twitter : www.twitter.com/amydscrochet
Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/amydscrochet


Hi, my name is Ildi. I'm a group psychotherapist and an economist, mother of 2 girls, wife of an engineer and a ceramic lover from the Netherlands.

I really enjoy the process of making pottery: I sit down at a table with clay and try to make something that I have an imagination of. I want something and the clay wants something but in the end I can work until I am most satisfied with the outcome. For me, the best part is after the first kiln firing when I can paint with bright, shiny colors and decorate in different ways. I love the tiny details, I do have patience to work with really small things to achieve those fascinating patterns.

Blog : http://ceraminic.blogspot.nl
Twitter : https://twitter.com/Ceraminic
Tumblr : http://ceraminic.tumblr.com
Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/ceraminic
Wanelo: wanelo.com/ceraminic
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Ceraminic/476092472418005


Self-taught seamstress of clothing and household decor, I start with inspiring patterns and modify them to my taste. I'm hooked on fabric accessories! Soft and washable! Great fun fabrics inspire me! I love to explore new styles and designs! Handmade is a process that should show itself in the finished product and adds to its beauty. Custom requests are welcome!


I started out doing mostly needle felting and gradually got more and more intrigued with beading and jewelry design. I think beading hooked me because it appealed to three things I have loved all my life: miniatures, collecting things, and making arrangements of found objects. To me, beads are like little works of art; composing with them is an almost meditative process--and a complete joy. So is the vitality of the Etsy community and teams like this one, where members really support each other. Happy to be here.

Facebook : www.facebook.com/CatchingWavesCreations


My name is Beth and my passion is creating cards, keepsake boxes, gift tags, journals and other paper craft items. The creative process is what motivates me. I enjoy experimenting with colors, textures and patterns as I work with rubber stamps, inks, ribbon and a variety of embellishments.

I am proud to be on the design team for Ewe-N-Me Printables. Additionally, I have been honored to have my cards appear in the "The Stampers’ Sampler" Autumn 2013 and Spring 2014 issues. 

Thanks for visiting my shop and please stop by again!

Blog : prettybyrddesigns.blogspot.com

1 comment:

  1. CONGRATULATIONS to ALL the wonderful, amazing leaders, guides, mentors of this dynamic team! Most of you are already familiar to me. I look forward to meeting the rest of you. I'm hope-hope-hoping to become more active again so we can all help one another to success in 2015!