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about Daisymade

We are an online community dedicated to nurturing + celebrating creativity in all it’s many forms. Daisy Made was born out of the belief that your most vibrant life will begin when you allow yourself to learn, create, and make from your heart. Whether it's baking homemade bread, growing plant babies, decorating your studio apartment, or opening a pottery shop out of your basement... creativity is for all (no matter how messy or imperfect it looks).

 

Don't be a stranger! Reach out often, tag us @hellodaisymade in your latest projects, + hang your hat in this space. We're so glad you're here.

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meet tracy

I’m a mother, wife, friend, and above all- I’m a creative. At 17 I started working in the creative industry as an actress. After giving up acting for parenthood, I founded a lifestyle blog + the performer in me dreamed up who I needed to be.

 

It was exhausting. Throughout the entire experience I often felt like I was in a ship all alone when what I truly craved was a community that was built around supporting the multi-dimensional journey we are all on. Perfection, followers, and recognition? It all just seemed so overrated and I knew there had to be a better way.

 

Here at Daisy Made I want you to see real faces, real work, real food, real life. I want you to feel like what you are doing makes you worthy of this community. You don’t have to be an influencer, killing it in sales, or the master of your skill to be important. Creativity is for everyone + I’m so eager to help you get in touch with yourself through the simple act of creating.

meet riley

I'm an artist + designer lady living in Charlotte, NC with a big passion for helping people see and feel their worth. Every person is a creative- in the way they talk, think, communicate, and dream - and it’s when we embrace that innate creativity that our lives change for the better.

 

Although I am a designer and basically everything I do is curated and visual, I’m human first. I’m attracted to what is honest and sometimes struggle because I just cant take the curation and highlight reels anymore. Maybe you feel the same way?

 

The truth is, living a creative life isn’t perfect and comes with it’s fair share of failures + letdowns…my hope is that Daisy Made is a space where you feel welcomed, celebrated, and free to share your gifts with the world (even if they are messy and imperfect). You are worthy just as you are.