Time may fly when you’re having fun, but with whimsical glass custom clocks by LuLu Glass time just might stop for a little fun at the beach.
This fused glass surfboard clock with its cool turquoise background and bright, colorfully accented boards can bring a fun, retro feel to any room in your home.
Pedro in Concepts & Buyer Guides
, For Customers on May 18, 2012
What does your kitchen say about your design personality?
On NPR’s “Daily Picture Show” blog from March 2012, John Asante discussed photographer Ellen Silverman’s photography series, Spare Beauty: The Cuban Kitchen, and invited readers to reflect on their own kitchens in “What Our Kitchens Might Say About Us.” He wrote: “It’s an interesting concept that [...]
Pedro in Custom Inspiration
, For Customers on May 16, 2012
Inspiration for a beautiful custom jewelry design can come from many sources, even salvaged materials. Objects with ho-hum everyday uses, antiques languishing in your attic, and even things destined for a landfill can be reborn in custom made jewelry. Take a look at these examples of custom jewelry by CustomMade artisans created from reclaimed items.
As a successful full-time creator of artistic tile, CustomMade artisan Carly Quinn of Carly Quinn Designs in Tucson knows not just her own tastes but her customers’ tastes as well.
So Carly, whose favorite artist is the Art Nouveau master Alphonse Mucha, discovered the Southwest’s passion for Día de Los Muertos, or “Day of the [...]
Marcie in For Makers
, The Pro Shop on May 14, 2012
This article was written by Heather Bailey from CustomMade’s Maker Success Team.
You scan the job board, finally honing in on the ideal job. A great opportunity. In fact you just know you can do this job better than anyone. This job is plain perfect for you and you’re eager to learn more. In a [...]
Pedro in For Customers
, Maker Spotlight on May 10, 2012
How to describe the custom jewelry experience?
The glowing recommendations that clients have left for CustomMade artisan Wally McSorley of Custom Jewelry by Tampico.US give us some insights.
She has a story for every piece of jewelry and I have to occasionally remind myself that her jewelry was purchased and not adopted.