Wednesday, December 9, 2009

enhabiten handmade portrait on etsy

22 comments:

lillyella said...

oh my gosh, Liane! That was amazing, it made me cry, cause Im kinda silly and some days Im just overwhelmed by all the amazing folks Ive met on Etsy and that we can all do these things we love so much everyday - you are fabulous!

Fringe said...

You were marvelous! Completely.

My favorite thing you said was, "There's life in old things." I couldn't agree with you more.

Congratulations on this really special snippet! Thank you for sharing a part of yourself with us.
xo

Pagano DesignWorks said...

Lovely all around! So nice to meet you!

LINDSAY said...

I so enjoyed that! You make beautiful things, and it's so nice to see how much you enjoy it. Good for you. Inspired.

alexkeller said...

love the hunt, love the pillows, and especially love that you said you got to do what you wanted once you were OUT of school! i had issues with my lithography prof.....ahhhhh!

Brass Paperclip said...

That was wonderful!! You looked and sounded great - and your pillows are so beautiful. Love your charming old house too. :)

Thanks for sharing!!
XOXO

Persimmon and Pine said...

Liane - So lovely to finally hear your voice! Just LOVE that you find joy in the "simple things" and appreciate the history of things -- right up my alley. I'm also feeling lucky to own a set of your running stitch trees! Thanks for giving us a peek into the world of enhabiten! Cheers, Mandy

♥ miss.michelle said...

...that was a lovely interview! I enjoyed it...very much! Thanks for sharing. I love that Etsy does this. They always do such a great job.

Now I'm off to look around your shoppe.

;)
~michelle.f

my Trampoline said...

oh my gosh...i am interrupting the video to comment because i'm just so amazed by you

nice work lady! beautifully shot and better than oprah

Lambert said...

Terrific portrait, I got a good sense of who you are in connection to what you do. You are very charismatic and articulate and you should be really pleased with this little video. Proud of you L !

susan said...

oh you are so cute! wonderful job!!

theblogbloglog said...

Lovely! I can't hear anything because the computers at both of my jobs have no sound, but it's still amazing. Very modern folk indeed!

Ashley Anna Brown said...

Thank you for sharing this Liane! It was lovely. And incredibly inspiring. (PS. You are super cute.)

littlebyrd said...

This was so so so so wonderful Liane! I loved the line about life being in the old. Simply beautiful and perfect portrait of you. Way to go!!!!!!!!!!

Carlene said...

First time reader here, you are so not a dork. Very inspiring! Also, it's summer in your video, how bad can that be?

:)

Eva said...

Fantastic video, beautiful you, your work, your house... Very good to 'meet' you like that. I found your blog about a week ago and enjoy reading.

PS Also I'm thrilled you wore the necklace - looks great on you!

abby try again said...

I am in love with your video! It turned out great. Seriously, your work is gorgeous and I can tell you are a kindred spirit-even if that means geeky and dorky :)
(but you're not!)
I just posted about you and your loveliness here: http://abbytrysagain.typepad.com/this_is_not_my_work/2009/12/a-lovely-surface.html

mayaluna said...

I've watched it twice now! Not only were you fabulous, but I love you even more after hearing your voice and seeing you on the hunt. Hope to give you a real live hug one of these days!

infusionfibers said...

You are the cutest dork ever! I always felt that the ability to be dorky was super important. So don't quit, okay? I really enjoyed watching this video. And I am tempted watch it again and again! Thanks for sharing a little bit of your creative self with us.
xo

katy elliott said...
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katy elliott said...

Amazing. I just fell in love with you! So well spoken, thoughtful, and great. I feel like I know you better... which is really nice.

alice said...

I loved watching your video! You said things that really made sense to me about using vintage fabrics. I too didn't really find my stride until I left art college. Good luck with everything! : )