Today let’s venture to AZ, Tuscon to be exact. There you will find *Heavenly Princess* And it is not only her clothes that she shares. Here is what I also found on her shop profile :
In 2010, Heavenly Princess and a sewing group in Arizona partnered to extend this mission to Africa! Read about the Nissa dress project here: http://heavenlyprincessblog.wordpress.com/?s=nissa
My sister Moriah http://riahjoy.wordpress.com does most of my photography, and makes some of the products in my shop.
- Brief bio where you are from and how you started
My name is Jordan Elizabeth and I’m 19 years old. I have been selling things I’ve made since I was 12, and *Heavenly Princess* has been an official business for about three years now. I’ve always loved artisan crafts, and I especially love textiles and fiber. My latest claim to fame is being a semi-finalist in the 2012 National Make It With Wool fashion competition.
How did your Studio get its name?
I believe that God designed females to be feminine, and distinctly different from men. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think we’re inferior, just different! And it’s a good kind of different. So the name Heavenly Princess came out of the thought that girls were designed to be “Princessy”, and I’ve rarely found a little girl who didn’t like to play princess! All of my products are distinctly feminine, from clothes to artwork.
What material do you work with?
Mostly fabric and fiber. I like to draw and watercolor paint too.
When did you discover your creative side?
I was too young to remember. My grandma made me a scrapbook when I was two and I’ve been filling it with artwork ever since.
What inspires you and what gets you motivated?
It’s amazingly motivating to be featured on blogs and such 🙂 When someone likes what I do, it inspires me to make something else someone will like!
Describe yourself with 5 words?
Christian, feminine, stubborn, modest, creative