Alicia Hanson of Hi Octane Jewelry – Taco About It Tuesday

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Alicia Hanson of Hi Octane Jewelry

I’ve known Alicia Hanson since we were both card carrying members of craft mafias.  Her company Hi Octane Jewelry comes from Alicia love of vintage cars.  Not just hot rods influences of vintage exotica can also be found throughout everything she creates.  

Jessica Hannah of J. Hannah Co. – Taco About It Tuesday

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Perfumer Jessica Hannah

How amazing would it be to blend and study complex scents?  San Francisco based perfumer Jessica Hannah creates small batches of unique hand bottled fragrances day in and day out.  She also teaches workshops guiding students through a hands on experience using only the finest natural ingredients.  

Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching – Creative Queso Episode #22

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Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching on the Creative Queso podcast

I’m going down memory lane on this episode of Creative Queso with an old friend who also happens to be one of the most savvy business owners I know – Jenny Hart of Sublime Stitching.  Jenny and her embroidery patterns single handedly revived a once forgotten handicraft and made it cool.  

Tina Vines of Vines of the West – Taco About It Tuesday

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Chainstitch artist Tina Vines interview

Chainstitch embroidery is having a bit of a moment.  Post Malone is wearing it and all the cool kids are getting custom patches made for the jean jackets. With business owners like Tina Vines creating vintage inspired designs with a western flair I can see why it’s catching on.  

Amy Cluck-McAlister of Craft Your Brand – Taco About It Tuesday

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Amy Cluck-McAllister of Craft Your Brand

Amy Cluck McAllister calls herself a digital marketing creative.  After years in the DIY community she comes at digital marketing with a creative and inspired edge.  She helps brands put together a tailored digital strategy.  Years as a web designer all the while side hustling as a maker makes Amy the perfect combination of talents for helping a creative company unsure of their path.  

Andrea Pippins Illustrator and Author – Creative Queso Episode #20

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Andrea Pippins on the Creative Queso Podcast talking about life as an illustrator

Today the Creative Queso podcast goes international with teacher, speaker, author and illustrator Andrea Pippins.  Andrea is currently based in Stockholm but is actually from the US.  You might recognize Andrea’s work from one of the many books she has authored, coloring books she has created, the Converse sneakers she has designed for Free People or the work she has illustrated for The New York Times and O Magazine.

Marie LeBaron of Make and Takes & Creative Flow Life – Taco About It Tuesday

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Marie LeBaron is a household name when it comes to craft bloggers.  She is the founder of the site Make and Takes.  Just as the name implies it is a site full of everything from DIY projects for adults and kids to party ideas and travel tips.  

Amy Tangerine is Crafting a Life She Loves – Creative Queso Episode #19

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Amy Tan of Amy Tangerine guest on the Creative Queso Podcast

Amy Tan, or Amy Tangerine as you may know her, is crafting a life she loves.  Not just for herself, but she wants to help all the other creative people do the same via watching her videos, taking her classes, buying her products, reading her book and now listening to her podcast.  

Ann Shen Author of Bad Girls Throughout History – Creative Queso Episode #17

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Ann Shen guest on the Creative Queso podcast

When I got the chance to talk with Ann Shen illustrator and author of the infamous Bad Girls Throughout History and Legendary Ladies series – I knew we were going to talk woo woo.  Her new guided prompt book How to Be Legendary: A Goddess Journal For Finding Your Power is full of not only gorgeous images it talks you through everything from moon phases to manifesting.