Friday, August 7, 2015

Stallholder Profile Pots and Paper

Our new stallholder profile for our Toowoomba Market on 30th August is Pots and Paper
Emilee Nichols & Renae McKenzie

 Your Business name:  
Pots and Paper

 The suburb/town you live in now: 

 What is it that you make and what skills do you use? 
Emilee hand-makes and hand-paints pots and other cement homewares. Her keen eye for current trends and passion for interior design help her to create beautiful pieces which are a fabulous addition to any home or office. Renae is a graphic designer by trade, and loves nothing more than indulging in her love of stationery and art by creating custom art prints, birth announcements and special event stationery. 

 What inspired you to start your business? 
After sharing their love of great interior design, succulents and stationery, Emilee and Renae decided to join forces!

 How long have you been ‘creating’? 
Whilst neither are new to their respective crafts, Pots & Paper is a brand new business, and we are excited to see where it will take us!

 Is it a full time/ part time/hobby or business? 
Pots & Paper is a Part Time business- Renae runs her own business, Venecia Designs full time, while Emilee works as a Marketing Manager.

 Where do you sell your creations? 
 At the moment, Pots & Paper sells their wares at markets The Toowoomba Handmade Expo of course! and via their Facebook page. Plans to open an Etsy are in the works, so stay tuned!

 What makes what you do special or different? 
All of the items created by Pots & Paper have been custom made, and can be made completely unique for individual customers. Our attention to detail in every aspect of our business means you are receiving beautiful bespoke items lovingly handcrafted.

 What is the most rewarding part of what you do? 
Seeing our pieces in their new homes give us so much joy- we love that people love our wares as much as we do!

 What is your favourite product that you make? 
Our favourite products are our beautiful bronze cement pots, and our ‘How Sweet it Is’ prints.

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