Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Feature Sponsor: AmongstLovelyThings

In the years that I've known J. Nisbet-Hoyle, I've known she was an Art Major, a makeup and beauty expert, (licensed cosmetologist) and a fashion maven (she always dressed like she came from the catwalk).   I've never seen her artwork but would constantly hear about it from her husband.  I thought, sure, he has to say that, they're married.  I found out too late how beautifully stunning her artwork truly is when she moved nearly 2000 miles away.   We feel cute with couture that AmongstLovelyThings is a Prize Sponsor at CupcakeCamp Charleston this year.

AmongstLovelyThings store proves how lovely and wonderfully detailed her work is.  Hand painted tableware, bowls plates mugs, vintage napkings and tablecloths, place cards, menus for weddings to birthday parties and dinners, heirloom quality pieces, plates on chargers, interesting centerpieces, funky placemats, charming napkin holders, antique silverware, tea services, petite dessert plates, vintage colored glass, bird's nests and butterflies are dozens of items she's sold in her Etsy store.  J. is most inspired by the art of the early 20th century into the 1930's as well as Art Nouveau and the Pre-Raphaelite movements. Although fashion has never left her, it inspires nearly everything she does.  She became interested in home decor after becoming a wife and mother and a self-professed decorating addict.  Her goal is to provide useful and beautiful items for the home, so that one may express one's artistic sensibilities to friends and family.

All of Amongst LovelyThings quality pieces are lead-free, microwave and dishwasher safe.  They are available at Etsy (www.etsy.com/shop/AmongstLovelyThings).  Her blog is just as divine, too www.setalovelytable.blogspot.com.  Follow her on Twitter @amongstlovely for whimsical inspirations!  J. can be reached at amongstlovelythings@rocketmail.com.

Je t'aime,

Crepes with Crème brûlée

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