enamor is taking a short break
Clifford on Oct 4, 20135 out of 5 stars
This was one of the first items I added to my favorites when I first joined Etsy. I love it! Thank you so much!
Anonymous on Jun 27, 20135 out of 5 stars
Arrived as pictured/described, fits perfectly and shipped reasonably fast. Most comfortable pair of shoes I've worn to date, and adorable to boot! Thank you again for wonderful service.
Anonymous on Dec 12, 20115 out of 5 stars
What a unique makeup bag! It's extremely well made & has the cutest raccoon on the front! The size is perfect with a nice shape that will accommodate everything. A very useful & pretty addition for our products. With prompt email & shipping, this was a 5* transaction!
Anonymous on Nov 12, 20113 out of 5 stars
The pincushion is delightful and I am loving using it. I was however disappointed that the seller didn't contact me or respond to my emails until I tracked her down via a contact address on her website 6 days later. This was the first purchase I made from Etsy and I guess I was surprised by that. I did receive my item and it's great, but the communication was not good, hence the neutral feedback. Thanks.
Eat. Sleep. Paint. Craft.
Enamor was started in 2006 on Etsy.
Enamor has participated in many local indie shows, including Detroit Urban Craft Fair, DIYpsi, Handmade Arcade (PA), Renegade Craft Fair (IL), Flint Handmade, WhipStitch, DIY Fest, iArt Festival, Berkley Art Fest, Ridge Fine Arts Show, and MICE events.
Enamor designs started with a small painted skunk named Petunia. Amie enjoyed painting Japanese giesha, and submitted a painted geisha tote bag to the CRAFT: Magazine design contest, and won! Her design was featured in the magazine and was purchased by the editor of the magazine. Enamor was also published in Get Crafty Magazine.
Amie loves thrifting and going to antique stores all over MI, IN and OH. She loves cute forest critters and vintage fabrics.
Amie is happily married and has two kitties, Milo and Queso. They all live in Marshall, Michigan.
enamor- Amie Hackworth
Owner, Maker, Designer, Painter
Artist Amie Hackworth has been crafting since she could practically walk! She started doing craft shows with her crafty mom in the early 90's. In 2006 she started selling online with Etsy and at indie craft shows in MI, OH, IN, IL, and PA.
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Returns and exchanges
Damages: If for some reason an item shipped to you is not in perfect condition or is broken in any way, please contact me. Please see Shipping Policy for more information.
-Each item is carefully wrapped and packaged to ensure it arrives to you in perfect condition. Extra care is taken with fragile or glass items. Please note: I'm not responsible for any damage that occurs in the shipping process. If you are interested in purchasing shipping insurance, please contact me.
Additional policies and FAQs
1)Why do you paint instead of screenprint or gocco?
I handpaint everything because I love the ability to control paint with a tiny brush. I have more freedom to do what I want. Some people are fooled by my end result and think I have ironed on a pattern or screen printed an animal. Its all from my right hand!
2)Why do you reuse vintage items?
I love to go to garage sales and antique shops. Most people think aprons and planters are junk! I love updating the treasures I find and giving them a purpose again.
3)Have you been published in any magazines?
Yes! My work has appeared in CRAFT: Magazine and Get Crafty Magazine.
4)Do you do craft shows?
Yes! Any current shows I am participating in will be listed in the Shop Announcement section. I mostly participate in Michigan shows and shows in surrounding states.
5)Do you take custom orders?
Yes, please contact me with your ideas!