- All 887
- Appliques & Buttons 157
- Baby & Misc. Molds 67
- Baking & Cookie Cutters 182
- Baskets & Displays 11
- Bells 2
- Dolls & Accessories 79
- Glass 28
- Memorials 37
- Ornaments & Plaques 15
- Patterns Adult 56
- Patterns Children 115
- Patterns for Toys 22
- Pottery 13
- Wind Chimes 79
- Wood Items 9
Amanda Johnson on Jul 25, 2016
Awesome mold! Great quality materials. Thanks!
No Restrictions when it comes to "Arts".
Laurel Arts began in 1991 after my husband and I built a small log cabin in the NC Mountains. I named it after the land we live on which is covered with Mountain Laurel. I create so many different things I couldn't just limit it to one so hence the "Arts", in the name. We previously had two supply shops here on Etsy called laurelartstoo and patternsonly, but combined them all into our main shop to make shopping easier for our customers.
I am the creator and hold the patent on the Spirit Songs Wind Chimes, memorial wind chimes created with stoneware clay honoring those we love. I also have the copyright on the personalized Family Tree Wind Chimes, clay leaves with names, dates, and words imprinted on the leaves.
Adding fused glass to my creations has been a wonderful experience. I just love the colors and the variety of things that can be used with the glass.
I love spending my creative time designing knit and crochet patterns, specializing in the bulky yarns so full of texture and playful coloring.
In 2014 we started designing, creating and selling silicone molds, opening up a whole other area to our business.
2016 brings woodwork to our list with wonderful hiking/walking sticks and handmade craft supplies.
There are no restrictions so I am sure I will be adding more and more creativity to Laurel Arts.
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I have been crafting my whole life, being inspired and taught by my Mother and Grandmother. I especially love clay, glass and fiber arts. After retiring in 2010, I have been able to pursue my passion of creativity and design in these areas.
CEO "Canine Executive Officer"
Rudi is a rescue that was slotted to be put down the very day I saw him. That was in 2010. He is a faithful companion and has brought so much joy into my life. He proudly announces all deliveries being made by welcoming USPS, UPS and Fed Ex.
Owner, Master Mold Maker, Inventory Control
Mitzi is our master mold maker. She also inventories all incoming supplies and keeps us organized. She assists in office work, packaging and deliveries when needed. She is a much valued member of our staff.
Bill is my package courier, faithfully delivering all of my packages every day, Monday thru Saturday, to our local post office. It saves me so much time as our post office is 30 minutes one way from us.
Model, Designer, Curator
Cynthia has been one of Laurel Arts' models, right from the beginning. She joined Laurel Arts in the summer of 2015 full time in the design department and creates adorable polymer clay babies. She is also the curator for our craft supplies.
Mold Maker, Quality Control, Designer
We are happy to have Brittany join us. Her polymer clay designs will surely delight you. She is quickly becoming an expert mold maker & she ensures each mold is tested and ready to add to inventory.
Tony joins us all the way from London, England. He is an expert wood artisan, having studied and worked in Greece and other parts of the world. Look for some of his creations as our products lists grow.
- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
- For legal reasons (like paying taxes)
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders
I love creating custom personalized orders. Send me the imprinting details and I will create your order, send you the link so you can purchase. It's that simple.
I state the sizes of every item in every listing. I also photograph most items on a measuring mat. It is very helpful to look at a ruler as you read the measurements so you can get a real sense of the size since it's often difficult to tell just from photos.