Craft show season is upon us, so we wanted to throw it back to Episode 23 with Paige Poppe. Paige Poppe came on the show and talked all about getting involved in your local scene! Paige is an amazing artist from Arizona who has a recognized online brand, but also has this whole local craft/art show thing down to a science! We hope you enjoy this throwback episode!
Here is a little more about Paige:
Paige Poppe is an Arizona native, currently living + working as a full-time artist in the Valley. Painting every day in Scottsdale, she is surrounded by the beautiful Sonoran desert. She works in watercolor + acrylic, painting the desert landscape and botanicals as her subject matter.
Paige is a graduate from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and holds her Bachelor of Architecture degree. This has left her with a great appreciation for sketching + working in analog, but her digital skills, including proficiency in the Adobe Creative Suite, allow her to work digitally, create mockups, and clearly communicate ideas with clients.
Paige is proud to connect with her local community by participating in several local art markets and including Phoenix Flea, the Tempe Arts Festival, and an art installation at Cartel Coffee. She has collaborated on exclusive designs with local apparel brand Overthrow Clothing, and shared her work at events at Madewell Fashion Square and West Elm Kierland. Her work can also be found at several retail boutiques including MADE Art in downtown Phoenix and !Viva! Paso in Paso Robles, CA.
Her painting and design work extends to her own products, wedding stationery design, branding and packaging for small businesses, design work for Phoenix Flea marketing, and large scale painting commissions for clients.
We told you she rocks! She also mentioned some great resources on the show that we wanted to link below.
* Any link marked with an “*” is an affiliate link and Paige Poppe will receive a commission if purchased, however these are the items that she uses and recommends.
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Do you know what “fair trade” is? Molly Stillman is on the show today to help us understand fair trade and it’s importance. We also chat with Molly about how you can start making a difference, no matter how big or small, with your business.
Molly Stillman is the founder and creator of Still Being Molly, a life and style blog started in 2007, and the host of the Business with Purpose podcast. Her true passion lies in helping inspire women to know that they were created on purpose, with a purpose, and for a purpose. Molly has had the honor of collaborating with brands such as Stitch Fix, Target, Elegantees, The Root Collective, Sseko Designs, Noonday Collection, and more. She is honored to have been featured in such publications and media as US News & World Report, Scary Mommy, The 700 Club, Cary Magazine, and was named as one of “the Carolina’s 75 Most Stylish People” by Carolina STYLE Magazine. She is a wife to John, mama to Lilly and Amos, dog mom to Tater and Audrey, a loud laugher, lover of Jesus, Diet Coke and all of the Chipotle burritos. You can find her on the internets at stillbeingmolly.com.
We are getting ready to take a break for the holidays, but first, listen in on our reflections of 2018 and what we are looking forward to in 2019! Kelly even shares some baking tips. We hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and we will be back in mid-January of 2019!
Branding. I know what you are thinking . . . logos. But, branding is so much more than a logo! In today’s episode, we share our thoughts on creating a brand that lasts and how you can start to work on this without getting overwhelmed! Come join us in our Facebook group to continue the conversation!
On today’s shop talk, we are chatting with Janssen Bradshaw of London Littles. Janssen shares how she and her husband started their line of children’s rain boots and dove into the manufacturing process. She also shares how she’s curated her beautiful Instagram feed and cultivated her following.
Janssen is the creator of London Littles, a line of children’s rain boots designed to inspire adventure and exploration. Inspired by their time living in London, and the curiosity and excitement of their own little girls, she and her husband created London Littles to capture the magic of childhood. Janssen and her husband live with their daughters in Utah where Janssen, a former children’s librarian, always has all her library cards maxed out.
Erin Dollar of Cotton and Flax is on the show today for a shop talk! We are chatting about how she decided to start licensing her work, making smart decisions during product development and how we get all the things done. If you’ve thought about expanding your revenue streams, this one is for you!
Erin Dollar is a surface pattern designer, and founder of Cotton & Flax, a collection of modern textile home decor that is designed and manufactured in California. Erin’s work has been sold in 100+ retail shops, from indie boutiques, to large mass-market retailers like West Elm, CB2, and Need Supply. She has expanded her design portfolio through collaborations with brands like Robert Kaufman Fabrics, where her designs take on new life in the hands of modern crafters.
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