“Tell me your story…I will bring it to life”
It’s really that simple!
To begin a project, I want to know as much as possible about the story that my clients want to tell. Are there any meaningful words, quotes, poems or songs? Maybe they want to include the names of special people, or even pets. Are they artists, athletes, scholars? Do they like to dance, play tennis, or bike? What about favorite colors, or even favorite sounds? Whatever they can share that I might be able to incorporate into their custom piece to make it personal and tell their story, that’s what I want to get things started. Then it’s a
question of what type of piece they want? Is it a fairy house, a chapel, a wishing well, a
birdhouse, or maybe even a barn or a doghouse? Maybe it’s more than one piece…maybe it’s a whole
village! Is it a standalone piece, or would they like some additional functionality to it, like bookends.
Would they like to have it light up?…a garden with succulents? no problem!
After I get the information, the fun starts. I start with sketches of various ideas, get inspiration from their story as well as the materials I have gathered that are pertinent to the piece. I share the process as much or as little as my client wants via photos of the work as I go.
3 thoughts on “The Process”
Hello, I would love to have you create a chapel for my fairy garden. Faith is central to my life, and this would be the central piece of my garden. I feel closest to Christ when I am in nature, or digging in the dirt❤
Oh my goodness, I am so sorry! I just realized this message was here. Unfortunately I am not too active in my website and I didn’t Even know people could email me without it notifying me….or maybe it did and I totally missed it. If you are still interested I would love to make you one.
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Hello, I would love to have you create a chapel for my fairy garden. Faith is central to my life, and this would be the central piece of my garden. I feel closest to Christ when I am in nature, or digging in the dirt.