Jaymi’s Creative Pottery Story

Trail run
Setting up our Etsy Shops together, left to right: Pat Noell, Susan Holmes, Jaymi Hampton, Missy Whitlock. Missing is Patti Petit and Missy still doesn't have her shop set up.

I am the oldest of our tribe, and I have been in the pottery business the longest having opened my first business called “Jaymi of Boca Raton” in 1974.  When I moved out of Boca Raton, Florida, and up to the mountains of Georgia in 1992, I changed the name to Eastburn Originals.

I have been very blessed throughout my life to be able to do what I love and make money, and at the same time, I never had to pay any house hold bills, so all of my money went right back into purchasing more art supplies. I had time to create without worrying about my future.  If everyone could be as lucky as I am, the world would be full of happy creative people.

I am excited about “Lady Fingers Pottery” website because here we can show off our creative work in both what we produce with our hands and also with our brains. It will be a mixture of pottery, cooking recipes, and storytelling about the past, the present and the future.  I hope you will join us for the ride.

This link will take you to my Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EastburnOriginals

 

2 thoughts on “Jaymi’s Creative Pottery Story

  1. Eebie

    I'm looking forward to seeing what wonderful things you dirty ladies have created, including the edible ones! Your website looks terrific.

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