Thursday, May 26, 2011

BESTeam Feature - Redemption Art

This week my BESTeam feature is on the shop Redemption Art. The owner, Connie, lives in the beautiful state of Hawaii with her husband. She has 4 children and 10 grandchildren! She has worked in the corporate world for 25 years and now admits that she is fortunate to be able to finally do what she loves...creating one of a kind hand sewn pieces and collecting vintage items.  She welcomes everyone with "aloha" and has a blog where she writes about art and artists, faith, food, friends and the Hawaiian lifestyle.  She writes that Hawaii is a great place to grow up and has played a huge part in her creativity as well as her love for "all things Hawaiian".

Here are just a few things that caught my eye.  I especially love this little vintage cute!

Vintage Resin Pueo Owl

Vintage Hawaiian Earrings

Pair of Vintage Miniature Ceramic Mime Masks

Vintage Cast Iron Asian Tea Pot
Vintage Hawaiian Hula Girl Outfit Newborn to Three Months Handmade

Honolulu Baby Handmade Hawaiian Vintage Skinny Bands

To find out more about Connie and Redemption Art, you can check out her blog, Island Buzzy, to find out what is going on in her life and is important to her.  And you can check out her second Etsy shop, featuring her handmade items at Volcano Girl Creations

I feature an etsy shop weekly as part of my commitment to the BESTeam.
We are a group of etsy artists, vintage curators and crafters whose purpose is to support and promote each others etsy business via features and mentions on our personal blog sites and any on line communities where we are involved.

If you are an etsian and an avid blogger who is serious about your shops' visibility and success, I would like to invite you to click on the BESTeam logo above to learn more about our mission, purpose and requirements.  If the BESTeam appears to be an opportunity that fits for you, please contact us and a team administrator will get back to you promptly.


  1. I have a cast iron tea pot too! I collect all kinds of unusual tea pots.

  2. Thank you so much, Sandy! I actually have 4 children and 10 grands...but I am glad that I saw this, I must check my profile...but it is all good, this is a wonderful post and I am so honored! Aloha, Connie


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