The Etsy Blog

Featured Seller: Red Onion Woodworks handmade and vintage goods

Tell us a bit about yourself.

I’m Camille, woodcrafter and owner of RedOnionWoodworks. I live with my husband and two little kids in an off-the-grid, 450-square-foot cabin at the dead end of a gravel road in rural western Oregon. As a genuine country girl, I spend as much time as possible outside or in our huge greenhouse oasis, nibbling on fruits and vegetables grown by my husband (a farrier by trade).

I am lucky to be a member of a family and a community who has always supported local businesses and environmentally friendly practices. With RedOnionWoodworks, like the rest of my life, I take sustainability very seriously, using only locally-sourced wood including trees taken out of backyards by arborists and hardwood logs salvaged from industrial logging operations, reusing or repurposing shipping materials, and applying non-toxic finish on all my cutting boards and serving trays.

I’m a pretty sensible, rational person in general, but Etsy is the first place that my commitment to restraint as a consumer has failed completely. I see things all the time on here that grip me with an uncontrollable “you must buy me” even though I didn’t know that I needed or wanted a new purse, belt, or whatever. Fortunately, I am happy to support and have a direct connection with folks doing it the handmade way and giving back to their own far-flung communities.

Apart from creating things, what do you do?

I raise Nubian dairy goats, so I spend a lot of time doing barn chores, milking, and making delicious fresh cheeses. I enjoy many of those clichéd farmstead activities like baking crusty loaves of bread, hiking with my heeler dog, and preserving summer produce. I also browse thrift stores and help my mom at the local farmers’ market, where she’s been selling baked goods and organic vegetables for 27 years (easy to keep track because that’s how old I am). Mostly though, I hang out with my kids, trying to foster in them a sense of curiosity about the natural world.

FS_RedOnions_2.jpgWhat first made you want to become an artist?

I was not a particularly creative kid. After graduating from college with a degree in geoscience, I was burned out on academia and sitting in front of a computer, so I changed directions drastically. I started working a part-time job splitting firewood by hand, helping operate a small sawmill, and organizing a barn full of rough-sawn lumber. I also apprenticed in a woodworking shop, using many different power tools and spent a lot of time finish sanding custom furniture. I had no previous experience with woodworking, but after seeing the whole process from standing tree to piece of fine furniture, I fell in love with the craft. The concept of producing something that was beautiful as well as functional was a bit of a revelation and a motivator for me. It took a couple years for me to build my skills and develop my ideas that eventually went into Red Onion Woodworks.

Please describe your creative process.

My entire creative process and production model is dictated by the wood itself, starting with board selection. I choose slabs with an eye for, above all else, shape and character of the natural edge. Other considerations include color and figure (the seemingly three-dimensional textures of smooth boards). My wood source is a friend who is wonderful but a bit disorganized, which actually works out well because I end up spending a lot of time burrowing through lumber piles and finding perfect boards tucked behind piles of old farm equipment. It’s kind of a treasure hunt.

I don’t yet have my own shop, so I haul all my tools around in a giant Makita-blue duffel bag. It’s a sparse but functional collection: a power hand planer, a belt sander, a cordless drill, a cordless circular saw, and a cordless jigsaw. Gotta say that lithium-ion batteries are an off-grid girl’s best friend. In the summer, I work outdoors, which is pleasant as well as inspirational, but I move inside for the fall and winter. I can’t complain too much about the transient conditions because I have the freedom to do what I love.

When designing, I consider each board individually. My wood of choice is bigleaf maple because it machines well and has great character. The nature of figured maple, however, is that its beauty is a product of irregular patterns in the grain (crotches, burls, etc.), which are the areas that have the most cracks, bark inclusions, and strange knots. I find many of these supposed defects to be aesthetically pleasing, so I often leave them unadulterated in my serving trays. My favorite part is the last step, putting on the finish, when the figure suddenly pops into 3-D.

FS_RedOnion_1.jpgWhat handmade possession do you most cherish?

Definitely my house. My husband built it with timbers that he milled (some from our property) and many other salvaged building materials. None of the windows match, and the bathing facilities are outside, but that doesn’t bother me; in fact, sometimes it’s nice to shower under the stars. I’m kind of a conspiracy theorist about having too much plastic in everyday life, so a lot of wood, glass, iron, ceramics, textiles, and books fill the cozy living space. Except for a couple of chairs picked up at a garage sale, all our furniture was made by us or various family members. We have a plan to someday build a “real” house, but for now, I am very happy where I am.

What advice would you give to artists who are new to Etsy?

Spend a lot of time browsing and shopping on the site. Pay close attention to what catches your eye and what appeals to you aesthetically. Know that your product won’t appeal to everyone, so focus on catering to a target group of consumers. Don’t monitor your competitor’s every move because you should be trying to do something unique, and there are probably enough customers to sustain both shops. Most importantly, make something in a category which isn’t already over-saturated.

FS_RedOnions_3.jpgWhat are your favorite features on Etsy? What new features would you like to see?

The Etsy community is so supportive. Every time I have a question I go straight to the Forums, and the answer is always there. When someone marks my shop as his or her favorite or sends me a nice convo, it makes my day a little brighter. I also recently joined a great team, TeamT International (Go TeamT!), and that has been an awesome experience. The fact that I can forge real relationships with teammates, customers, and other sellers all over the world is pretty darn cool.

I wish I was able to search through all my favorite shops at the same time. This would allow me to find possible purchases more easily as well as pick out items for treasuries from shops that I already know and like.

I’d also like to post pictures of my materials and production methods on my profile page.

FS_RedOnions_4.jpgHow do you promote your work?

I believe in some kind of Etsy karma. I buy plenty of stuff here, and whenever I get compliments on my purchases, I send people to Etsy. In fact, I’ve told just about everyone I know about this site. I make treasuries that feature other people’s beautiful things in the hopes that what’s good for other sellers is good for me as well as the whole Etsy organization.

I am just so thankful to those behind-the-scenes Etsy Admin, working hard on everyone’s behalf to make the buyers’ shopping experiences so pleasant and easy. With this convenient venue for sellers to showcase products, it’s kind of been, “If you build it, they will come.”

I do have a Facebook page where I post pictures and tidbits of information. If you “like” it, I promise not to bug you too often.

In ten years, where would you like to be?

I hope to be living in a slightly bigger house on the same property that has space for luxuries like a closet, a couch, and an indoor shower. I’ll be working away in a well-stocked shop, crafting fine furniture and other home accessories. Ideally, I’d also like to have a good cheese facility where I can age artisan hard goat cheeses to feed my good friends and growing family.

Featured Seller Archive

  • littlebugjewelry

    littlebugjewelry says:

    Oh, I want that house! Great feature!

    3 years ago

  • Krystyna81

    Krystyna81 says:

    stunning pieces, they are works of art. congratulations!

    3 years ago

  • SewnNatural

    SewnNatural says:

    what a fabulous home and interview - your work is stunning and i'm so happy to see you featured here. thanks for sharing part of your inspiration and your life with us. and congratulations!

    3 years ago

  • bedbuggs

    bedbuggs says:

    Great Shop and great article! Thanks so much for sharing! ;)

    3 years ago

  • Colettesboutique

    Colettesboutique says:

    What an interesting interview! Loved reading a little bit about your daily life. congratulations on being feautured.

    3 years ago

  • JewelryByJLy

    JewelryByJLy says:

    Great article! Thank you so much for sharing your story! I love the photo with you & your house! It's adorable! Congratulations Featured Seller!

    3 years ago

  • AvianInspirations

    AvianInspirations says:

    I love everything in your shop, I love your house, and love that hand-forged knife that is in all your photos. You might have my dream life!

    3 years ago

  • TulleMeAboutIt

    TulleMeAboutIt says:

    Beautiful! I loved the article. Thanks for sharing!

    3 years ago

  • TulleMeAboutIt

    TulleMeAboutIt says:

    Beautiful! I loved the article. Thanks for sharing!

    3 years ago

  • ArtigianoJewelBox

    ArtigianoJewelBox says:

    Beautiful product and great philosophy! Thank you.

    3 years ago

  • TwinkleStarCrafts

    TwinkleStarCrafts says:

    Your items are amazing. Continued success to you. I think I speak for many when I say I would love a tour of your cabin!

    3 years ago

  • DIVINEsweetness

    DIVINEsweetness says:

    i would love to bath under the stars... so dreamy =)

    3 years ago

  • myvintagecrush

    myvintagecrush says:

    What a great story! You never do know where you'll end up, of what you'll be doing. Beautiful pieces :)

    3 years ago

  • Xenotees

    Xenotees says:

    Yay! I'm so happy for you- love your shop! Keep up the great work!

    3 years ago

  • LilaClareJewelry

    LilaClareJewelry says:

    Wow - This is the way I grew up and I have the same values. Love your wood.

    3 years ago

  • rozzie

    rozzie says:

    Lovely seller and great looking cutting boards! Etsy Karma is a excellent way of thinking of it. I refer a lot of people on here too over the years :)

    3 years ago

  • 1001days

    1001days says:

    great... great... great...

    3 years ago

  • SillyBuddy

    SillyBuddy says:

    Lovely!! Yahoo! Grats Camille this is wonderful!

    3 years ago

  • boobsRus

    boobsRus says:

    The way you live and create is inspiring to me, thank you for sharing. Maybe one day you can get to selling some of your yummy baked goods and cheese on etsy!!~Beth

    3 years ago

  • SanibelsTreasures

    SanibelsTreasures says:

    Very interesting life! Love it! Thanks for sharing!

    3 years ago

  • arsniccandy

    arsniccandy says:

    Such fabulous creations. I love when people really design and create their work.......patterns, clothing.....cutting boards!! What an amazing house. I want to visit:)

    3 years ago

  • noblegnome

    noblegnome says:

    Fantastic. What a wonderful and well deserved feature. Congrats!

    3 years ago

  • Momyzmunymakerz

    Momyzmunymakerz says:

    sounds like the perfect life! I'm envious!

    3 years ago

  • maechevrette

    maechevrette says:

    This has been one of my favorite featured seller articles to date. Your work and your life is super inspiring-- I loved the quote "Mostly though, I hang out with my kids, trying to foster in them a sense of curiosity about the natural world." So awesome!

    3 years ago

  • WrenWillow

    WrenWillow says:


    3 years ago

  • Magicinthegrass

    Magicinthegrass says:

    Can I come and live in your house please? What a lovely story xxx

    3 years ago

  • FeltShmelt

    FeltShmelt says:

    awesome, AWESOME feature - your commitment to nature and community is outstanding. Congratulations to you!

    3 years ago

  • TopsailWinds

    TopsailWinds says:

    Such lovely work! I love your story and what a beautiful little home you have! :) Thanks for sharing! Best of continued luck to you!

    3 years ago

  • TimothyAdamDesigns
  • shannondzikas

    shannondzikas says:

    The concept of Etsy Karma is so right. I've loved my purchases and hope others are completely happy with theirs. Congrats to you!

    3 years ago

  • TheFancyLamb

    TheFancyLamb says:

    Hoooray Camille! Great interview!

    3 years ago

  • cindymars7

    cindymars7 says:

    Camille, you remind me of the strong women in my family. What an inspirational article. Thank you for sharing and keep crafting. Your work is wonderful.

    3 years ago

  • Raceytay

    Raceytay says:

    Congrats, Camille!

    3 years ago

  • Jealousydesign

    Jealousydesign says:

    Congrats Camille! Great interview!

    3 years ago

  • TanjaDesign

    TanjaDesign says:

    I absolutely love your work and envy you for your house in the country :) Wonderful!

    3 years ago

  • rebeccasanchez

    rebeccasanchez says:

    So cool and practical!

    3 years ago

  • gatelinesalsa

    gatelinesalsa says:

    YAY Camille! So happy to see you as the FEAUTRED SELLER! CONGRATS!!!!!!

    3 years ago

  • calloohcallay

    calloohcallay says:

    Wonderful interview--so inspiring! Congratulations, Camille!

    3 years ago

  • Balanced

    Balanced says:

    I want to shower under the stars! congrats, Camille!

    3 years ago

  • discomedusa

    discomedusa says:

    living the good life...congrats!

    3 years ago

  • YanniCreations

    YanniCreations says:

    Great interview. Congratulations on being the featured seller. Thanks for sharing...and oh I love your house,so adorable.

    3 years ago

  • ikabags

    ikabags says:

    What a fabulous home and interview ! lOVE YOUR HANDMADE WORK, LOVE YOUR HISTORY LOVE YOUR HOME :)) Congrats Camille !

    3 years ago

  • veroeperez

    veroeperez says:

    I'm inspired by your lifestyle. You have a beautiful Home and way of life. I can appreciate if from afar cuz as a city folk, we take for granted what nature has to offer.

    3 years ago

  • jennyndesign

    jennyndesign says:

    Lovely interview! Congratulations! :)

    3 years ago

  • MajikHorse

    MajikHorse says:

    You are amazing!! All the best to you!!

    3 years ago

  • pamwares

    pamwares says:

    very very cool. Congratulations and much success for you in the future!

    3 years ago

  • tomatored

    tomatored says:

    very cool! thanks!

    3 years ago

  • rockysprings1984

    rockysprings1984 says:

    Well you really have the life. I am so envious even though my husband and I just built our own home with our own hands one hour from New Orleans in dairy country. Thank you for all the wood pieces. I want them all.

    3 years ago

  • ARemarkYouMade

    ARemarkYouMade says:

    What a great story! I love other "Green" people. Thank you for being so eco-conscious and for creating such beautiful cutting boards and serving trays! Absolutely stunning!

    3 years ago

  • IslaNewYork

    IslaNewYork says:

    So cool!! The pieces are gorgeous - simple yet so unique! And the pictures really stand out! Wishing you all the best! :)

    3 years ago

  • contempojewels

    contempojewels says:

    Love your work!

    3 years ago

  • girltuesdayjewelry

    girltuesdayjewelry says:

    beautiful in every way!

    3 years ago

  • rockysprings1984

    rockysprings1984 says:

    Well you really have the life. I am so envious even though my husband and I just built our own home with our own hands one hour from New Orleans in dairy country. Thank you for all the wood pieces. I want them all.

    3 years ago

  • moonovermaize

    moonovermaize says:

    I've really enjoyed reading your interview. The house your husband made looks so cozy and quaint. Congratulations!

    3 years ago

  • LilyVoltaire

    LilyVoltaire says:

    Super super fabulous! Inspiring lifestyle :)

    3 years ago

  • TheThreadbareGypsies

    TheThreadbareGypsies says:

    Love your work-so inspiring! And beautiful!

    3 years ago

  • StuffByKim

    StuffByKim says:

    I love your work and I have 2 Blue Heelers just like yours. And you are living in my dream home!

    3 years ago

  • MidwestFinds

    MidwestFinds says:

    Congratulations! I love your house. What an awesome place you've built. Wishing many sales upon you. :)

    3 years ago

  • mandymoomoo

    mandymoomoo says:

    I really admire you, "real houses" are overrated. Stay off the grid! I wish you all the success in the world

    3 years ago

  • birdhouseaccents

    birdhouseaccents says:

    Congrats love your work

    3 years ago

  • SoFino

    SoFino says:

    Fantastic interview! Congrats :)

    3 years ago

  • 3dots

    3dots says:

    Lovely work, person, philosophy and home!! Congrats on the feature!! :)

    3 years ago

  • warmnfuzzies

    warmnfuzzies says:

    Congrats Camille! Your shop is great!!

    3 years ago

  • EdensWake

    EdensWake says:

    Congratulations, Camille!! I'm so happy for you, and such a great interview!

    3 years ago

  • GildedCageDesign

    GildedCageDesign says:

    Your house looks awesome!! We just installed solar panels to ours, so cool! Congrats on the feature:)

    3 years ago

  • peaseblossomstudio

    peaseblossomstudio says:

    Congratulations! What a fun interview. Thanks for sharing yourself with us!

    3 years ago

  • HandmadeHandsome

    HandmadeHandsome says:

    Wonderful. I love this.

    3 years ago

  • SouthernBelleOOAK

    SouthernBelleOOAK says:

    Your work shows your love affair with wood!

    3 years ago

  • RoseyFinch

    RoseyFinch says:

    Wow, what an amazing way to live...wonderful pieces, congratulations on your success!

    3 years ago

  • MegansMenagerie

    MegansMenagerie says:

    Beautiful work! Congrats!!! =)

    3 years ago

  • soleil38

    soleil38 says:

    I aspire to become a good person like you.

    3 years ago

  • agatsijoias

    agatsijoias says:

    Hello, I like the fact that you are so attentive to nature, and that you seem to have a very peaceful lifestyle. Congratulations!!

    3 years ago

  • Maulani

    Maulani says:

    I love this!

    3 years ago

  • theeye

    theeye says:

    this was so fun to read! congrats on your feature :)

    3 years ago

  • holzfurhaus

    holzfurhaus says:


    3 years ago

  • gypsygyrl

    gypsygyrl says:

    Thank you for sharing! We're near you on the rural, northern California coast in a tiny cabin too! Best of luck with homesteading, family and your woodworking!

    3 years ago

  • gwinc

    gwinc says:

    WOW!!! These are just to nice to use!!! LOL Nice write up....good answers....Beautiful "product"!!!

    3 years ago

  • littlefootmek

    littlefootmek says:

    wow Cammille!!! Thank you so much for sharing!! What an inspiration- I love your creations and your life philosophy- I would love to someday live on a small farm similar to yours, my heeler would love it too! Keep up the good work & livin the dream! outstanding.

    3 years ago

  • twolefthands

    twolefthands says:

    Congratulations Camille! I love the interview, the lifestyle, the house, the cheese, the bread, the goats and your fabulous work!

    3 years ago

  • GingersGirl

    GingersGirl says:


    3 years ago

  • madsciencechik

    madsciencechik says:

    I found myself thinking: this is the life I'd love to have... this feature was so inspiring to read, thank you for sharing your story and gorgeous work!

    3 years ago

  • tantancharms

    tantancharms says:

    Love your work, love you house! Really inspiring!

    3 years ago

  • ecomum

    ecomum says:

    thanks for reminding me why we do what we do! Great profile!

    3 years ago

  • YellowViolet

    YellowViolet says:

    Oh Camille I want your life! I long to live simply and off the grid! Good for you!

    3 years ago

  • 2007musarra

    2007musarra says:

    Thank you for inviting us into your life, which is so inspiring and you are one talented lady! I am not sure that I could live off the grid but out of the corporate world , I could do that.

    3 years ago

  • DawnCorrespondence

    DawnCorrespondence says:

    SO AWESOME! Congrats!!! Love your shop :D

    3 years ago

  • Velvetmanna

    Velvetmanna says:

    oh camille, i loved reading about you! what a wonderful life you have to share with your little ones! i found myself "there" while reading your article. your work is beautiful!

    3 years ago

  • lovelygifts

    lovelygifts says:

    Great article!

    3 years ago

  • CarriesCustomDesigns

    CarriesCustomDesigns says:

    Very inspiring! Keep living the life your love!!

    3 years ago

  • gypsyjens

    gypsyjens says:

    I shared your story on my Gypsyjens Facebook page with my followers! I really enjoyed reading your story. Thanks for sharing a little piece of your life :)

    3 years ago

  • inourgarden

    inourgarden says:

    Quite the testimonial that less IS more!

    3 years ago

  • EnrikaCabrera

    EnrikaCabrera says:

    That's how I dream to live someday...

    3 years ago

  • DreamLifePaintings

    DreamLifePaintings says:

    Love your woodworks!

    3 years ago

  • AudreyGardenLady

    AudreyGardenLady says:

    What a great article. Love the pics of the beautiful area you live in Camille. Your cabin is awesome!

    3 years ago

  • kiteless

    kiteless says:

    Congrats to Camille on the article! I have one of her boards, and it is truly gorgeous. I've even begun taking pictures of my items on her board since it photographs beautifully, and the raw edge makes a nice base. I just love that the wood is sourced so sustainably, and worked with so intimately. Go Camille!

    3 years ago

  • NSpottery

    NSpottery says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I love your cutting boards! And I love goats!! :) Cheers to the country girl!

    3 years ago

  • anthologyorganic

    anthologyorganic says:

    These items are so wonderful! What a terrific story!

    3 years ago

  • Minxshop

    Minxshop says:

    Congrats Camille! I appreciate any woman who knows how to use a circular saw. I want to come visit you and learn how to make goat cheese. xoxoxoxo

    3 years ago

  • TerraNovaJewelry

    TerraNovaJewelry says:

    I swear, I dream about having a shower outside and showering underneath the sun and stars! Thanks for sharing. How fortunate you are! : )

    3 years ago

  • LittleWrenPottery

    LittleWrenPottery says:

    Great story thanks for inviting us into your life, I like how your bathing facilities are outside! Must get a bit cold in winter though!

    3 years ago

  • ingermaaike

    ingermaaike says:

    I would love to try your cheese and love your cutting boards a lot! Just my kind of life, though my shower is -30 celcius it is a bit nippy to be showering outside :)

    3 years ago

  • Modulation

    Modulation says:

    This is going to sound weird, but your cutting boards look delicious! There is something about them that seems to enhance the yumminess of the food. Wonderful! I want some of your goat cheese too! It is only my most favorite food in the whole world!

    3 years ago

  • chickaloo

    chickaloo says:

    Fascinating, yet simplistic, life you lead Camille! I absolutely love your back-to-basics mentality. And your work is gorgeous!

    3 years ago

  • SundayTreasures

    SundayTreasures says:

    beautiful country living at its purest. love your lifestyle and love your shop. i want to live in a cabin like yours!

    3 years ago

  • BlytheAnne

    BlytheAnne says:

    Amazing story, I always dream of learning to wood work.

    3 years ago

  • VintageRubyHearts

    VintageRubyHearts says:

    Awesome! Great life.

    3 years ago

  • onetrueness

    onetrueness says:

    Congrats for making the featured seller. Pacific Northwest artist rule! Good luck with future endeavors.

    3 years ago

  • atelierpompadour

    atelierpompadour says:

    congrats!! pieces of nature at home!! great work!!I'm in love with that cabin!!

    3 years ago

  • Kasploy

    Kasploy says:

    So cool and practical

    3 years ago

  • strawberrypaintbrush

    strawberrypaintbrush says:

    This was so fun to read! All the best to you!

    3 years ago

  • Kasploy

    Kasploy says:

    So cool and practical

    3 years ago

  • EveryThingWonderful

    EveryThingWonderful says:

    What a nice article...I want it all the cabin and lifestyle! What wonderful works of natural art form-your cutting boards are beautiful. Good luck and much happiness.

    3 years ago

  • bunsonb

    bunsonb says:

    You have the real beat on things. Less plastic is a good thing. Your little house is a real house, in tune with nature and humble. Your work is a testimony to the human need for basic and earthy things. I toast you!

    3 years ago

  • RomanceCatsAndWhimsy

    RomanceCatsAndWhimsy says:

    Wow - what an inspiring story! I'm impressed with your energy and motivation to accomplish so much! Thank you for sharing.

    3 years ago

  • FaithTeArt

    FaithTeArt says:

    Great interview! I would LOVE to live in a house like that!

    3 years ago

  • CinnamonInk

    CinnamonInk says:

    What a cool house! Love your work too, great interview!

    3 years ago

  • WhimsyGood

    WhimsyGood says:

    As my British-half of the family in the UK would say, "Brilliant" "Lovely shop"

    3 years ago

  • creativebusybee

    creativebusybee says:

    Thank you for reminding us to cherish what we have no matter how simple. You are truly inspirational and passionate which beams through your article and your precious work. God Bless you and Good luck in your future. I wish you much success and more happiness!

    3 years ago

  • jelene

    jelene says:

    wonderful! love your house!

    3 years ago

  • tinahdee

    tinahdee says:

    Yay Camille! Go TeamT!! WB... LOL Tina :)

    3 years ago



    i want your house love it i bet you are never cold!

    3 years ago

  • heatherberry

    heatherberry says:

    Your work is just beautiful! Well done!

    3 years ago

  • IlluminatedPerfume

    IlluminatedPerfume says:

    What a fabulous feature!

    3 years ago

  • chasedreams

    chasedreams says:

    Wow, I love your story, work and cattle dog!

    3 years ago

  • graycat26

    graycat26 says:

    I loved reading this story- thank you for sharing your beautiful work and something of your life with us all! Very interesting- best of luck :)

    3 years ago

  • artofjane

    artofjane says:

    Love all that gorgeous wood.

    3 years ago

  • peanoonies

    peanoonies says:

    Wow, I just posted on facebook I wish I lived in the forest,and have ever since I left Oregon in grade school.I love S.F but I am a country girl at heart also.These are just beautiful cutting boards!

    3 years ago

  • sansmap

    sansmap says:

    camille ~ your work is gorgeous, your story is compelling and you are inspiring. thank you so much for sharing!!

    3 years ago

  • KeepEvolving

    KeepEvolving says:

    Finally, after many years of evolving, I have discovered that I too love being in a rural environment. I smile after writing this, because I live in Loxahatchee, Florida which, although rural to me is only 20 minutes from a shopping mall. I love what you are doing. Your house, wood and way of life are so glorious. KeepEvolving, always.

    3 years ago

  • Toxicguineapigs

    Toxicguineapigs says:

    What a wonderful story, I envy your living situation so much! I grew up in the sticks and i miss it!

    3 years ago

  • Waterrose

    Waterrose says: glad to see you here! Much success!

    3 years ago

  • FancifulFluff

    FancifulFluff says:

    Great feature! I need one of those cutting boards STAT!

    3 years ago

  • bleuherron

    bleuherron says:

    so beautiful! thanks so much for sharing with us all!

    3 years ago

  • KettleConfections

    KettleConfections says:

    I love how your cutting boards retains the quality wood as found in nature, these boards are both rustic and elegantly crafted- very unique!

    3 years ago

  • blissthings

    blissthings says:

    Your pieces are beautiful and I love your whole story!

    3 years ago

  • kjmarksjewelry

    kjmarksjewelry says:

    I love your house! Great story too :)

    3 years ago

  • Lori411

    Lori411 says:

    YAY! Congrats Camille! :) I loved reading your story!

    3 years ago

  • TinkleToots

    TinkleToots says:

    What a great feature! I sent the link to a friend to read!

    3 years ago

  • OfTheFountain

    OfTheFountain says:

    Awesome story! Is it too stalkerish of me to admit that the details I enjoy reading about most from the featured sellers are how they live? Literally, the environment in which they live their everyday lives...

    3 years ago

  • blueridgewoodworking

    blueridgewoodworking says:

    Very Awesome...Been out to Bend, a couple of times. Very Beautiful Country. Love the Grain pattern in the one in your left hand in the first picture. Good Luck and Keep up the good work.

    3 years ago

  • Wishfulness

    Wishfulness says:

    She sounds like so much fun! And I love her shop!

    3 years ago

  • Nikifashion

    Nikifashion says:

    Great story and amazing work!

    3 years ago

  • sevenply

    sevenply says:


    3 years ago

  • sdfoodie

    sdfoodie says:

    Your article was so inspiring for me! As an urbanite I dream of someday doing what you are doing - trying live off the grid, making cheese and just soaking up nature and life. Thank you for sharing!!

    3 years ago

  • quenchmetalworks

    quenchmetalworks says:

    Wonderful feature! Congrats! It seems to me that you already have a "real" house! Don't try to upgrade...enjoy what you have and the love that was put into your home!

    3 years ago

  • BowWowBeds

    BowWowBeds says:

    Gorgeous house! Lovely shop!

    3 years ago

  • susanj2255

    susanj2255 says:

    Camille, you are living the life I want to live! Good for you. And I love your work. My sister-in-law lives in Oregon, in Klamath Falls.

    3 years ago

  • Mclovebuddy

    Mclovebuddy says:

    beautiful pieces. the house looks amazing. :)

    3 years ago

  • sweetmelissasmn

    sweetmelissasmn says:

    Goodness, your store is beautiful! What a wonderful story.

    3 years ago

  • Moonbeam008

    Moonbeam008 says:

    Very cool! Love the shop!

    3 years ago

  • mattyhandmadecrafts

    mattyhandmadecrafts says:

    Sounds like amazing, hard work fairy tale! All the best and thank you for sharing.

    3 years ago

  • greenmarketvintage

    greenmarketvintage says:

    I LOVE that You are a College Graduate, Articulate Woman and have made the decisions that You and Your Husband have made! You've gone straight to the source of your TRUE HAPPINESS! God Bless You and Yours and all the People that you are influencing throughout our world Today! BE WELL,X0X0X cheryl P.s....if you ever want a Get Away...we can home trade! I'm overlooking the Monterey Bay; My Honey & I could squeeze into your TuB together and We LOVEGOATS!!

    3 years ago

  • ThatOldBlueHouse2

    ThatOldBlueHouse2 says:

    Great interview!!! Congrats!!

    3 years ago

  • MissMeghanElizabeth

    MissMeghanElizabeth says:

    This was a fantastic article! Congrats on your success, I want to buy your cheese!

    3 years ago

  • MonkeysOnTheRoof

    MonkeysOnTheRoof says:

    I love your lifestyle and hope to follow on this same path one day! I always notice your work on the front page and loved it, but it means more now that I know a little about you! Congrats!

    3 years ago

  • Metamorphosi

    Metamorphosi says:

    We have the same old but tube...inside.Thank you for sharing such a nice and inspiring story.

    3 years ago

  • PuraBella

    PuraBella says:

    WOW! I love your work! Loved reading about you.

    3 years ago

  • BlackStar

    BlackStar says:

    great interview! love your shop. there's nothing like living in a handmade house. i wish ours was smaller. wanna trade? :)

    3 years ago

  • Nummynaze

    Nummynaze says:

    I love your house too! Your shop is awesome! I live in a large Cedar A frame so I know how you feel about natural wood. It's a wonderful place to be. Unfortunately the bats and the woodpeckers love it too. hahahha Good luck on your shop, and keep up the great work. Take Care! Elaine -

    3 years ago

  • thatspretty

    thatspretty says:

    I am enchanted!!! Thanks for sharing pieces of your life with us!

    3 years ago

  • mrhudon

    mrhudon says:

    Love your cutting Boards!!

    3 years ago


    THINGMAJIG says:

    @of the fountain That is curiosity about where her creative inspiration comes from. At least, that is why I like to read about other artisans' lifestyle and environment :-)

    3 years ago

  • DotD

    DotD says:

    Fresh and inspiring story, and beautiful shop!

    3 years ago

  • freshfromthefarm

    freshfromthefarm says:

    Congratulations! Great article and your products are beautiful. Thank you for sharing your corner of the world with us. What a wonder life! Best of luck in the future.

    3 years ago

  • TheLittleRagamuffin

    TheLittleRagamuffin says:

    Thank you for sharing this story of such a talented individual. There is so much creativity here.

    3 years ago

  • Patriacontemporary

    Patriacontemporary says:

    Beautiful shop!

    3 years ago

  • Metamorphosi

    Metamorphosi says:

    Oops bathtub..that was funny!And I am italian.

    3 years ago

  • Garden22DesignStudio

    Garden22DesignStudio says:

    I loved your interview! Your shop is beautiful and your pieces have such a perfect rustic look to them. Congratulations!

    3 years ago

  • redemptionart

    redemptionart says:

    What wonderful work! Congratulations and thank you for not only being concerned, but for actually practicing sustainability in its purest form! Your home is gorgeous, and bathing under the stars is the best!

    3 years ago

  • giftworldz

    giftworldz says:

    Very unique and beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

    3 years ago

  • shazzasknits

    shazzasknits says:

    Cool lifestyle you have there, and awesome products you make also!

    3 years ago

  • accentonvintage

    accentonvintage says:

    Interesting article! You have a great shop and lifestyle!

    3 years ago

  • DevineCollectible

    DevineCollectible says:

    WOW, oh wow, fantastic! What a joy to behold, peace DevineCollectilbe

    3 years ago

  • stacykathryn

    stacykathryn says:

    Very interesting article! Love that you live off the grid, make beautiful things and believe in etsy karma!! :)

    3 years ago

  • laurastark

    laurastark says:

    Beautiful cutting boards. I love the unique shapes!

    3 years ago

  • robinwade

    robinwade says:

    Love your work. Organic and beautiful. light...

    3 years ago

  • badcandystudios

    badcandystudios says:

    Oh wow, your house and your creations reminded me of the ranch I grew up on in Santa Fe. My uncle tried to start a business making cutting boards and coasters but found out early on that pine and juniper aren't the best for heavy-duty cutting. LOL. You make beautiful pieces!

    3 years ago

  • FruteJuce

    FruteJuce says:

    Very nice items and such a beautiful house.

    3 years ago

  • laralewis

    laralewis says:

    What a fabulous article! Your home sounds beautiful. :)

    3 years ago

  • modernbird

    modernbird says:

    Wonderful to read about you, your work and life! I want to trade places for a week or so, can we? Congrats and thank you for sharing. ~Laura

    3 years ago


    FAIRYTALE13 says:

    I loved reading all about you - congrats on being the FS. Happy etsying to all x.

    3 years ago

  • hattieshouse

    hattieshouse says:

    Way to go my fellow country oregonian!!!!!! Awesome interview and love the wood! Christy

    3 years ago

  • Verdurebydesign

    Verdurebydesign says:

    Thank you for sharing so generously. Your article really captured your passion. Congratulations!

    3 years ago

  • rarebeasts

    rarebeasts says:

    Your stuff is fantastic, thanks for sharing your story with us.

    3 years ago

  • laceydu

    laceydu says:

    WWOOHOOO!! Off the grid! Star showers!! Your boards are gorgeous, I love the bark left on your cherry boards! Mighty fine.

    3 years ago

  • KikiLaRu

    KikiLaRu says:

    Wow, this is an Etsian after my heart. What a special soul! I love your life and your heart, Camille!!

    3 years ago

  • AirTraffic1

    AirTraffic1 says:

    what a fabulous home and interview - your work is stunning and i'm so happy to see you featured here. thanks for sharing part of your inspiration and your life with us. and congratulations!

    3 years ago

  • NoFrump

    NoFrump says:

    living in a cozy little off-grid house is one of my life dreams! good for you! :)

    3 years ago

  • Serrelynda

    Serrelynda says:

    Your story is one of the most intriguing featured seller articles I have read. I love that you help your mom at the local farmers market too.

    3 years ago

  • tanmoil

    tanmoil says:

    Love your house, how much to post it to oz? Oh and your boards are beautiful too

    3 years ago

  • onceagaintreasures

    onceagaintreasures says:

    OH! Very nice product sweetie..Love em. You should post more pics of your house..seriously intrigued by it. Looks great from what I can see. Good for you on not being one of the millions who live in cookie cutter homes (not that this is a bad thing) but an orginal mad by your man.. you do not see that anymore

    3 years ago

  • pillowsbytamilyn

    pillowsbytamilyn says:

    Your life sounds like Heaven on earth girl! So wonderful! I'll be shopping soon...your items are beautiful!

    3 years ago

  • quant

    quant says:

    love your story! and is that a sandmaiden sweater you're wearing in the first photo? mmm... merino...

    3 years ago

  • ourfrontyard

    ourfrontyard says:

    Great Story!

    3 years ago

  • AlissaRose

    AlissaRose says:

    Wow. Thank you Camille for sharing your story. I love every bit of it!

    3 years ago

  • scrapsoupcropcircles

    scrapsoupcropcircles says:

    Definitely the most interesting profile I've read of a featured seller. I'm jealous, I want to be off the grid! Alas, with my techie husband, that just wont happen. Kudos to you for your amazing and inspired woodwork!

    3 years ago

  • allthepreciousthings

    allthepreciousthings says:

    What a talented girl!

    3 years ago

  • lterrill9

    lterrill9 says:

    Great interview, I dream of living in a home and surrounds such as yours, what a life! Beautiful work!

    3 years ago

  • elmstreetmarket

    elmstreetmarket says:

    Your cabin is as cool as your art! I loved reading about your background. You have a pretty amazing life, Camille!

    3 years ago

  • autumm

    autumm says:

    you have a nice life

    3 years ago

  • dirtdancestonewerks

    dirtdancestonewerks says:

    Great shop, great life and great interview! You love wood the way I love stone; and my red heeler mix is jealous of your blue.

    3 years ago

  • TiffanyMorganDesigns

    TiffanyMorganDesigns says:

    Isn't it cold showering outside in the winter. Burrrr. lol. Great interview I really enjoyed it. :)

    3 years ago

  • JohannaVintage

    JohannaVintage says:


    3 years ago

  • thefullspectrum

    thefullspectrum says:

    congratulations! how i miss the beautiful northwest. your home is heaven. best wishes.

    3 years ago

  • CraftyCrab

    CraftyCrab says:

    Great interview - congrats on the feature! Your cutting boards and your goat cheese are the BEST!! Hope to see you at spinning night sometime soon.

    3 years ago

  • indigotwin

    indigotwin says:

    Fabulous! Intriguing to read about your "off the grid" lifestyle. Congrats!

    3 years ago

  • themefragrance

    themefragrance says:

    Fantastic Camille!

    3 years ago

  • VintThor

    VintThor says:

    Wow, amazing stuff! Super article and very interesting life!

    3 years ago

  • mazedasastoat

    mazedasastoat says:

    I lived like this for a while... no small feat in the overcrowded UK. Loved it but wouldn't go back, not least because you tend to stay a whole lot dirtier in the winter! LOL And actually, anything that runs on batteries is REALLY bad for the environment.

    3 years ago

  • CelesteBlakeDesigns

    CelesteBlakeDesigns says:

    You inspire me!! I think I will go make a purse now!!

    3 years ago

  • wileyoak

    wileyoak says:

    Even though I could not live like you do I admire you for living that way. What an incredible peaceful life you and your family must have. Your works are gorgeous.

    3 years ago

  • ADoseOfAlchemy

    ADoseOfAlchemy says:

    First of all, YEAH OREGON!!! Camille, your work is wonderful, your 'off the grid' life sounds enviable, and you must be a genuinely nice person (bonus!) from the tone of your profile. It's great to know your story, and I hope you have a LOAD of new business AND new Etsy friends from being the Featured Seller! You deserve it!

    3 years ago

  • badcatjewelry

    badcatjewelry says:

    What a fun interview. The house looks gorgeous, I want to peek inside.

    3 years ago

  • LalisLittleWorldOn

    LalisLittleWorldOn says:

    Love the interview your life style...and I'm in love with your fabulose house!!!!

    3 years ago

  • Bonefish1

    Bonefish1 says:

    Wow! Love the interview, LOVE your boards!

    3 years ago

  • BodaciousBiddies

    BodaciousBiddies says:

    Awesome interview and shop! Gotta love someone who does good things for the environment!

    3 years ago

  • linenclothing

    linenclothing says:

    My kind of girl...awsome article and person. Now this is an artist in more ways than one.

    3 years ago

  • loveclothing

    loveclothing says:

    love this shop! LOVE your items...truly inspiring!

    3 years ago

  • Quiltedhearts5

    Quiltedhearts5 says:

    Great article, love the way you live and think, but most of all love the cutting boards, great for gifts...gotta go shop now.

    3 years ago

  • AwesomeApplique

    AwesomeApplique says:

    What a fantastic life you live!

    3 years ago

  • RedHoundWoodworking

    RedHoundWoodworking says:

    You go girl, Thanks for all your inspiration and help

    3 years ago

  • beachglassshop

    beachglassshop says:

    thank you for sharing!!

    3 years ago

  • HandmadeByBarb

    HandmadeByBarb says:

    Congratulations on being feautured! I love your natural way about things, I feel the same as you do! The "Rat Race" I live in is driving me crazy! Take care and good luck with your sucess!

    3 years ago

  • knittingmomma

    knittingmomma says:

    I admire how you and your family are living - our family strives to live a similar life, even with the portable workshop.

    3 years ago

  • howlingbaxter

    howlingbaxter says:

    absolutely beautiful.... howling baxter wants to come over and explore!!

    3 years ago

  • VintageMaryT

    VintageMaryT says:

    Thank you for sharing! Your house and outlook are both awe inspiring!

    3 years ago

  • QueeniesCloset

    QueeniesCloset says:

    Amazing,sustainable life! And the house reminds me of Little House on the Prairie! Your wood boards are beautiful. I am soon to cut down an apple tree in my London garden and would love to make someboards from it. You've inspired me! x

    3 years ago

  • TuscanBlooms

    TuscanBlooms says:

    Your interview was FANTASTIC!!!! You are fresh, real, and inspiring!!! I love the house and that your bathing facilities are inspired me to go green! Good luck with your shop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (and look out for Bigfoot LOL)

    3 years ago

  • tamaracat

    tamaracat says:

    Wonderful interview...I love people doing what they love and living off the grid! Your works are absolutely beautiful! Embracing the "imperfections" of wood makes your pieces so unique and warm. Keep up the amazing work!

    3 years ago

  • rosebankave

    rosebankave says:

    Sounds like a wonderful, wholesome go girl!!!

    3 years ago

  • jneale3

    jneale3 says:

    Very nice! Beautiful work! I'm adding your page to my favorites right now.

    3 years ago

  • rosebankave

    rosebankave says:

    Sounds likee a wonderful wholesome go girl!!!

    3 years ago

  • TheSpotlessLoop

    TheSpotlessLoop says:

    Wow amazing... I really love these cutting boards! (...and your house it's lovely!). Congrats! :)

    3 years ago

  • denimdreamer

    denimdreamer says:

    I loved your interview and the photos. Thank you so much for giving us a glimpse into your life and reminding us how little we truly "need" to be happy!

    3 years ago

  • MostlyMadelines

    MostlyMadelines says:

    Wonderful life story. I've always heard Oregon is the "place to be" and you certainly are indicative of the reason why! Thanks for sharing!

    3 years ago

  • MyGrandpasPen

    MyGrandpasPen says:

    Your story made me smile! I spend all summer living off grid too - it's amazing how much I can get done without the 'necessities' of life!

    3 years ago

  • LeeLeesCloset

    LeeLeesCloset says:

    Simply beautiful and your story is inspiring to us all! Thank you!

    3 years ago

  • Laminated

    Laminated says:

    Fabulous!! Your work is beautiful as is your story. Thank you for sharing.

    3 years ago

  • BDVintage

    BDVintage says:

    What a beautiful shop, story, and life you have. I love everything about this! Your woodwork is gorgeous. And I envy your adorable cabin! Congrats!

    3 years ago

  • VagabondButtons

    VagabondButtons says:

    Beautiful work! What about her favorite books & music, etc? I hope that question hasn't been tossed.

    3 years ago

  • BoBoChild

    BoBoChild says:

    pure simple natural beauty

    3 years ago



    You're very talented; your love for the wood shines through in your designs, and in your smile. Enjoy your wonderful life to the fullest every day!

    3 years ago

  • HomeGrownPillows

    HomeGrownPillows says:

    Thank you for sharing, so cool!!

    3 years ago

  • spaenywoodstudio

    spaenywoodstudio says:

    Can I come visit? Great article and of course, I love your work.

    3 years ago

  • byebyebirdy

    byebyebirdy says:

    great shop, great story & great house!! I loved reading your interview! congrats!!

    3 years ago

  • dkshopgirl

    dkshopgirl says:

    Fantastic article. Thank you for sharing.

    3 years ago

  • SmilingGirlStudio

    SmilingGirlStudio says:

    When you open your cheese shop I want to know where to buy! : ) Delightful article. Congratulations on your feature and good luck on your future!

    3 years ago

  • rudeeves

    rudeeves says:

    your work is amazing- you are amazing- what an incredible journey you've been on thanks for all that you do

    3 years ago

  • IntoTheTrees

    IntoTheTrees says:

    Wow ! You are my kind of girl. From one girl too another. Loved your advice to Artist! Great interview!

    3 years ago

  • mekp

    mekp says:

    congrats on doing what you love! your house is beautiful. if and when you move out i'm sure you'll have plenty of people who wouldn't mind renting it from you for a sojourn in nature:)

    3 years ago

  • abelabodycare

    abelabodycare says:

    I very much enjoyed your interview, and your work is lovely. I too built my house from local wood, wood from this land & salvage, which gives a place some soul, don't you think? Congratulations, and all the best with your woodworking and other dreams!

    3 years ago

  • CraftedByHeidi

    CraftedByHeidi says:

    Loved reading your interview. Keep up the good work!

    3 years ago

  • aqanderson

    aqanderson says:

    Your life and work are a beautiful inspiration!

    3 years ago

  • bloomerie

    bloomerie says:

    I love this! Fabulous featured seller and I love hearing her story in her own words.

    3 years ago

  • JenSanCandles

    JenSanCandles says:

    Congrats Camille! Great read!

    3 years ago

  • ldh13

    ldh13 says:

    I might need your husband to build my house. :)

    3 years ago

  • barnaclebetty

    barnaclebetty says:

    You're living my dream life!

    3 years ago

  • RedHoundWoodworking

    RedHoundWoodworking says:

    You go girl, Thanks for all your help

    3 years ago

  • griffinhouse

    griffinhouse says:

    Thanks for all the great inspiration! Love what you do!

    3 years ago

  • wortsandcunning

    wortsandcunning says:

    Wow! Wow! Wow! Such an inspiring story on sustainable community values!

    3 years ago

  • funkomavintage

    funkomavintage says:

    omg. awesome. so,like how'd you get started in farming and why? aren't goats cute?

    3 years ago

  • snlcreations

    snlcreations says:

    Inspiring! Love your work and your interview! Thanks and congrats!

    3 years ago

  • ReendiculousGourds57

    ReendiculousGourds57 says:

    Enjoyed reading your article and love all the wood and the way it all makes you feel. Very relaxing and close to nature. Keep up the great work. Love your home and the door is awesome!

    3 years ago

  • momsboxes

    momsboxes says:

    Great story, great house!

    3 years ago

  • handittou

    handittou says:

    Wow! I love love love your pieces!!! They are gorgeous. My husband and I love the warmth and earthiness of wood. I am heading to your site now to look for a Christmas present for him! Thanks for sharing and good luck to you and your store.

    3 years ago

  • avabliss

    avabliss says:

    Such amazing pieces!!

    3 years ago

  • theartlyons

    theartlyons says:

    I love your info on your life and will have to check your page often as I'd love to see pictures of your goats. I have a friend with 2 goats. Keep up the good work and we all appreciate that you spread the word about etsy!

    3 years ago

  • RebirthRecycling

    RebirthRecycling says:

    Great feature artist...loved the integrity and process for your work. Best to you.

    3 years ago

  • AdoroMe

    AdoroMe says:

    Camille, What a great life! I bet that you are never bored and that stress does not fit in your world! Best Wishes!

    3 years ago

  • HoneyBScrapbooks

    HoneyBScrapbooks says:

    Congrats on the feature! Such interesting information about your homelife and how it all began. Very inspiring! As a newby to ETSY, I appreciated your words of advice for sellers. I plan to utilize your words of wisdom. I wish you the best of luck with your sales!! When you are creating something you truly enjoy it's very rewarding in many ways. :-)

    3 years ago

  • BlkSheepProductions

    BlkSheepProductions says:

    Holy crap! Camille -- it's Jenn! (as in, we went to PHS together!) I'm so happy for you girl! You're living the dream, and I am supremely jealous! Those photos really make me miss Oregon something terrible! (My life in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania here: ) Keep up the awesome work -- I'm going to be moving into a more permanent living situation here pretty soon -- looks like I'll have to break in a new kitchen with a beautiful cutting board!

    3 years ago

  • simplycharminglife

    simplycharminglife says:

    My wishes, your life, how wonderful. The best to you!!!

    3 years ago

  • Handamade

    Handamade says:

    Congratulations on your feature seller. Good luck on your sales....:)

    3 years ago

  • goodtymes

    goodtymes says:

    great article. very inspiring...and your woodworks are awesome!

    3 years ago

  • Bohoknitterchic

    Bohoknitterchic says:

    yay Camille! What an exciting and awesome article (and your woodworking rocks too)!

    3 years ago

  • FruitsOFtheBLooM

    FruitsOFtheBLooM says:

    Camille is fascinating! Nothing this woman cannot do! You go girl!

    3 years ago

  • silviasong

    silviasong says:

    im so glad to have found this! i've been in the market for a nice wood cutting board! :)

    3 years ago

  • tulip77

    tulip77 says:

    I love your work and I know how you feel about timber. My husband started off using redgum and made wonderful pieces of art. Now he is working with Victorian Ash and makes wonderful pieces of furniture. I am his apprentice and learning how to use all the tools and learning about the grains on the timber. Trees are the source of beauty that we can we can create into art. thanks for sharing

    3 years ago

  • KisforCalligraphy

    KisforCalligraphy says:

    So awesome Camille! Your work and your work ethic are a true inspiration. I am so happy your amazing creations are getting all the appreciation and recognition they deserve! Congratulations! xoxo

    3 years ago

  • HautePinkDesigns

    HautePinkDesigns says:

    I have been been wanting to go off the grid for ages!!! Your have beautiful cutting boards!

    3 years ago

  • woodpencils

    woodpencils says:

    Great, your works inspire me!!!

    3 years ago

  • doodlekreations

    doodlekreations says:

    Nice work ! and beautiful house :)

    3 years ago

  • TahelSadot

    TahelSadot says:

    Simply beautiful I loved the article. Thanks for sharing!

    3 years ago

  • Flie

    Flie says:

    You are my hero. Keep up the good work!

    3 years ago

  • Flie

    Flie says:

    You are my hero. Keep up the good work!!!

    3 years ago

  • TheSteelFork

    TheSteelFork says:

    great story! really enjoyed reading it. thanks for sharing.

    3 years ago

  • DorsetHillBeads

    DorsetHillBeads says:

    great article...i've got you in my favs and will come back to buy for sure... :)

    3 years ago

  • Fibrillaria

    Fibrillaria says:

    What a beautiful home, I am very impressed!

    3 years ago

  • muffintopdesigns

    muffintopdesigns says:

    thank you so much for the little "window" into your handmade life! kudos on being able to blend the off-the-grid mentality with the good stuff about the modern world! xoxox

    3 years ago

  • casualtatter

    casualtatter says:

    Awesome, awesome, awesome! You do have everything there in Oregon! What a great article-thanks for sharing!!

    3 years ago

  • DevilishlyDomestic

    DevilishlyDomestic says:

    Beautiful functional works of art!

    3 years ago

  • ByronMorrisArt

    ByronMorrisArt says:

    You go Girl - love your house!

    3 years ago

  • BackyardBrand

    BackyardBrand says:

    I loved this piece. My fave so far. So well writtten and edited, too. Great job, EVERYBODY! Best Regards, The Backyard Harmonica Teacher

    3 years ago

  • LucindaAndJane

    LucindaAndJane says:

    Your story is quite inspirational, especially for a fellow woodworker :) Thanks so much! Your work is beautiful.

    3 years ago

  • ChristinaRomeo

    ChristinaRomeo says:

    Amazing work and inspiring lifestyle!!! Congrats!

    3 years ago

  • cicadavalley

    cicadavalley says:

    That was a great article. I love the cabin and your work is beautiful!

    3 years ago

  • davidsphotography

    davidsphotography says:

    WOW! Your cutting boards are truly works of art.

    3 years ago

  • breadandroses2

    breadandroses2 says:

    Fantastic interview, prducts and beautiful house! Is house timber framed?

    3 years ago

  • VaVaRa

    VaVaRa says:

    You are amazing and your work is beautiful!!!

    3 years ago

  • VaVaRa

    VaVaRa says:

    You are amazing and your work is beautiful!!!

    3 years ago

  • MoonDanceTextiles

    MoonDanceTextiles says:

    I love how you retain the natural beauty of the wood...your lifestyle sounds very similar to mine...we began bathing outdoors too and living in a 350 square ft. cabin...then progress happened over I have my own studio in the attic and a fine indoor bathroom...keep up the fine work!...

    3 years ago

  • PattiTrostle

    PattiTrostle says:

    Beautiful work and your life sounds peaceful..heavenly!

    3 years ago

  • jadedgoats

    jadedgoats says:

    What a great story! I love your house, your dog, you veggies, and your work! You are amazing; keep it up!

    3 years ago

  • Ainurcrochet

    Ainurcrochet says:

    What a beautiful home and lifestyle. congrats!.

    3 years ago

  • kerrihale

    kerrihale says:

    I want to see more photos of your house! :)

    3 years ago

  • FuchstBags

    FuchstBags says:

    Very inspiring story! Congrats! Your work is wonderful and best of all they're environment friendly. I would also love to shower under the stars. :)

    3 years ago

  • dressurdolly2

    dressurdolly2 says:

    This is the most enjoyable feature I've read in a long time! The features are always great....but Camille's commitment and enthusiasm just bubble off the page!

    3 years ago

  • TallulahsSoaps

    TallulahsSoaps says:

    What a truly wonderful life you have! You are an inspiration. Beautiful work that you do.

    3 years ago

  • andrea0503

    andrea0503 says:

    Wonderful story! I've been dreaming of a life like that!

    3 years ago

  • dibabeads

    dibabeads says:

    Love your feature and your attitude! Your work is beautiful and can't wait to see some of your furniture when you get it going ;)

    3 years ago

  • OutNumberedNovelties

    OutNumberedNovelties says:

    Great story and stunning work.

    3 years ago

  • avgustvarjanja

    avgustvarjanja says:

    I love wood and your art-works are just beautiful! :)

    3 years ago

  • SandisShellscapes

    SandisShellscapes says:

    Am fascinated by you - my sister lived for a while in a log cabin in Alaska that she and her husband built. Their fridge was a hole cut in the kitchen floor. Your work is awesome!

    3 years ago


    MIDEZINES says:

    Congrats! What wonderful attitude, dreams and work!! Simple is better! Love your work.

    3 years ago

  • saramather

    saramather says:

    I envy your lifestyle. What a peaceful and serene place to live. So many children these days are being raised by televisons and video games. Life is about being simple, enjoying nature and loving unconditionally. Great story!

    3 years ago


    MIDEZINES says:

    Congrats! Love your story- Love your work- Simple is better!

    3 years ago

  • orchardfarmsoap

    orchardfarmsoap says:

    Such a beautiful life you have! I feel compelled to shop In your store!!!!!

    3 years ago

  • TheBittenCherry

    TheBittenCherry says:

    YOU ROCK! What an inspiration - you make me want to scrap suburban life, get a really old volkswagon caboose, and move into the cabin in the woods - it's a dream I've had but never had the guts - kudos to you! Love your work! The boards are AWESOME!

    3 years ago

  • LaModage

    LaModage says:

    Absolutely love love love your article! You have painted such a beautiful picture of your life(style). Very well written, and I can truly feel how strong you feel about the way you live and that you enjoy every minute of it. Your work is amazing...gorgeous!!

    3 years ago

  • shabbyroses

    shabbyroses says:

    Oh yes ! I love all your wood work,I see the love you put in each piece.And,your cabin is awesome ! I also live in a very rural area on a dirt road,and would not trade it for anything in this world!

    3 years ago

  • tonicofwildness

    tonicofwildness says:

    What a lovely existence you have forged for your family! You are a beautiful writer and I loved the piece.

    3 years ago

  • Lyzzjewelry

    Lyzzjewelry says:

    Loved reading this and has inspired me to try harder to be green and also learn to write better:)good luck with all your endeavors!

    3 years ago

  • grayworksdesign

    grayworksdesign says:

    Congratulations! Your work is beautiful and unique and we're really happy to see you as a featured seller! Best wishes to you...

    3 years ago

  • meggancolleen

    meggancolleen says:

    what an inspiring lifestyle!! makes me want to bust out of the city :) love the work & appreciate your eco-conscience -meggancolleen-

    3 years ago

  • ImagineThatCustDesig

    ImagineThatCustDesig says:

    Congrats Camille! What a Beautiful Home. You and your husband are so talented.Really enjoyed this article, Like straight out of mother Earth news.Your Cutting Boards are so Original. Best Wishes!! Tammy

    3 years ago

  • JustPlainVintage

    JustPlainVintage says:

    You already have a "real house," don't go anywhere! You are BY FAR my favorite featured seller! Love your product! Love your lifestyle! Stay off the grid and keep up the outstanding work!

    3 years ago

  • MetzBurgh

    MetzBurgh says:

    Gorgeous work! Hearing about your goats make me want to go back home to the countryside and leave the city life far behind!

    3 years ago

  • jkamakate

    jkamakate says:

    Completely inspirational!!!!

    3 years ago

  • AnotherRealmScents

    AnotherRealmScents says:

    Fab interview! Love the house!!!

    3 years ago

  • larkspurfunnyfarm

    larkspurfunnyfarm says:

    Wonderful article - great to see another who lives so close to nature and who embrases their passion. My goats say HI to your goats... Blessings and keep the passion!

    3 years ago

  • vwghiagirl

    vwghiagirl says:

    Your inspiring, you don't have to have a large beautiful shop to create beautiful things. Simple in home, life & work. Love that you have dairy goats. Always have wanted a small farm, hoping upcountry Maui someday...with the rainforest mists & the beautiful sunsets...good luck to you!!!

    3 years ago

  • ASHWoodshops

    ASHWoodshops says:

    Very nice work and interesting to hear about your wonderful life. I agree, that the best part of woodworking is when you finally put on the finish. Love it too! Best wishes and Blessings, Alan @ ASH Woodshops

    3 years ago

  • AppliedOptics

    AppliedOptics says:

    Great article and wonderful work.

    3 years ago

  • FoxglovePhoto

    FoxglovePhoto says:

    awesome!! I would love to bath under the stars...but in the city they arrest you for that sort of thing...

    3 years ago

  • Jiab

    Jiab says:

    i love the board in wood! and the house too! BEST GREETINGS from Jiab

    3 years ago



    Wonderful interview, this is so inspiring! Congratulations, Camille!

    3 years ago

  • bedouin

    bedouin says:

    inviting and warm the article captures a life well lived ~ love love all that beautiful woodwork

    3 years ago

  • VintageNesting

    VintageNesting says:

    A fabulous story! It seems so many people, including myself, are yearning for a life far more simple/natural than the ones we lead. Your story and the responses to it show a GREAT movement in our society. Thank you for sharing. By the way.... your products ROCK!!!!

    3 years ago

  • Earleyimages

    Earleyimages says:

    Living the dream well my dream lol

    3 years ago

  • MarkSchreiberArtist

    MarkSchreiberArtist says:

    off the grid! you are so lucky.

    3 years ago

  • PonyAndPoppy

    PonyAndPoppy says:

    wonderful interview! way to go, camille!

    3 years ago

  • DesigningIt

    DesigningIt says:

    Great interview. I was in Oregon late this summer and what a beautiful place to live. I could smell the trees in some of your pictures!!!

    3 years ago

  • ThisTinder

    ThisTinder says:

    Wow Camille. Beautiful work and I *love love love* the little details about your home, life (maybe a house tour on ApartmentTherapy is in order!!). Congrats and thanks for the great advice :)

    3 years ago

  • robinsnestoriginals

    robinsnestoriginals says:

    Congrats on the feature! I am crossing my fingers for your future success, and eventually your indoor shower!! It's cold in the winter!

    3 years ago

  • saraleighs

    saraleighs says:

    Wonderful interview, can't get enough of the seller interviews, they are so inspiring. I always take away at least one nugget of advice from each one!

    3 years ago

  • satorydesigns

    satorydesigns says:

    Congratulations! such beautiful things...I love knotty crazy wood! And have my own 2 heelers! I look forward to owning a piece!

    3 years ago

  • CurlyGirlCrochet

    CurlyGirlCrochet says:

    This interview was wonderful to read, very down to earth and with heart. Love it! Congratulations on being the featured seller, RedOnionWoodworks ~ very well deserved!

    3 years ago

  • ishbas

    ishbas says:

    Her stuff is so cool. i love stumbling across shops that are soo unique. i think my mom would just die for one of those cutting boards!

    3 years ago

  • indigobjects

    indigobjects says:

    Nature sure is stunning!

    3 years ago

  • ishtishama

    ishtishama says:

    I really love the way u live and the way u start business with the natural materials:)

    3 years ago

  • Vocisconnesse

    Vocisconnesse says:

    Wonderful!! °V°

    3 years ago

  • LifeUnfolding

    LifeUnfolding says:

    This is my favorite Featured Seller article by far! I read with such interest that I both couldn't wait to click over and view your shop and couldn't pull myself away from the article. I did end up finishing the article first. Your cutting boards are not only stunning but the eco-friendliness behind every step of the process makes your work that much more beautiful. I will be purchasing from you as soon as funds allow. I would love to help you on your farm one week during the summer just for the experience of "living like you" for one week. I want to one day move out of the suburbs into rural North Georgia and have a few goats and chickens myself.

    3 years ago

  • barbrie777

    barbrie777 says:

    What a wonderful story and wonderful creations! I make my dolls out of cedar and LOVE wood. How wonderful you are brave&strong to live off the grid! If we were not in our 60's, would definitely prefer that life style. Thanks for the beautiful story.

    3 years ago

  • momosoho

    momosoho says:

    We love everything you do....I love outside showers!!! Peace, MoMo

    3 years ago

  • scarletbegonia11

    scarletbegonia11 says:

    livin' the dream :-)

    3 years ago

  • DeltasWorkshop

    DeltasWorkshop says:

    I'd be hard pressed to use these boards for cutting vegies. They are beautiful!

    3 years ago

  • KeehnImages

    KeehnImages says:

    Wow! Methinks I'd like to trade lives with you! Except for the can keep the kids. haha! I have always wanted goats though, and thinking of taking that leap next year.

    3 years ago

  • GracefullyGirly

    GracefullyGirly says:

    Wow, I love your rural, in touch with nature and the chores of daily living kind of lifestyle. My life has taken such a detour, (used to lead backpacking trips into primitive areas) there are times I long for such a life. I have the couch (too many actually) and indoor showers, but feel disconnected from the flow of nature. I'm off to the huge natural park to hike along the creek with my daughter. We can hike for hours on the trails. Thanks for the lovely inspiration!

    3 years ago

  • Crownover

    Crownover says:

    Love the cabin! So awesome that you are using natural products in your area and are giving back to the community. I believe you have the perfect idea for a good life, natural and free. Best to you!

    3 years ago

  • SiklosPhoto

    SiklosPhoto says:

    really enjoyed reading this post - the outside shower sounds magical, and your life, charming Beautiful boards!

    3 years ago

  • brillosito

    brillosito says:

    congrats on the feature

    3 years ago

  • GreenhouseGlassworks

    GreenhouseGlassworks says:

    Beautiful shop, and great story!

    3 years ago

  • CordelliasCrochet

    CordelliasCrochet says:

    I LOVE this shop and the story and everything about your home and love of nature and natural items! wow! Great story! Keep creating! :)

    3 years ago

  • WildWillow

    WildWillow says:

    Very enjoyable read. Rural Oregon sounds wonderful.

    3 years ago

  • SwankyStitch

    SwankyStitch says:

    I love your story. I lived in Oregon for a bit. It's beautiful there! :) I think a lot of us on Etsy strayed toward the reduce, reuse, recycle trend even before it was a trend. That's part of what I love about Etsy. I like being able to reuse something that was great in days past and make it fit into our times.

    3 years ago

  • TheSnowshoeLoft

    TheSnowshoeLoft says:

    Trees are one of nature's most miraculous gifts - and you have displayed that in such beautiful ways. Congratulations on your successes!

    3 years ago

  • kgummey

    kgummey says:

    Beautiful, beautiful work!! I also live in a rural area on the Oregon coast and I LOVE it!! Sounds like you have a wonderful life!! Your interview was really great!! I grew up with friends who only had outdoor/open air bathroom facilities and they LOVED it!!

    3 years ago

  • larmorij

    larmorij says:

    What a wonderful story/life! you are truley blessed.

    3 years ago

  • RomanticPlanet

    RomanticPlanet says:

    Wow! I adore you...your thoughts on life, home, family, art & nature are so inspirational. Back to basics is what I believe most of us need. It is happiness in the true sense. It is fine living. You did a wonderful interview! Congratulations on your shop & your success in life :)

    3 years ago

  • theredshop

    theredshop says:

    Love the house & love your stuff! I have a serious appreciation for woodworking and your stuff is amazing and very sharp looking!

    3 years ago

  • busterandboo

    busterandboo says:

    Fantastic - love this shop/this lifestyle. Awesome.

    3 years ago

  • NewEnglandCurio

    NewEnglandCurio says:

    What a super interesting interview! Your lifestyle is truly inspirational! I love the smell of fresh cut wood, and love goat cheese even more. Thank-you for sharing!

    3 years ago

  • KarensRopeWork

    KarensRopeWork says:

    Lovely article. I smiled at the goats...we used to have them and they are wonderful! I loved the milk and didn't make enough cheese!!! Your work is lovely. :)

    3 years ago

  • hollyberry67

    hollyberry67 says:

    I love your home and your TUB! And the cutting boards are gorgeous. :)

    3 years ago

  • Lmcmanus

    Lmcmanus says:

    Love love love this interview your words and your work. Inspirational! Keep up the fantastic work.

    3 years ago

  • Beadymonkey

    Beadymonkey says:

    Too cool!

    3 years ago

  • beautifulearthgrl

    beautifulearthgrl says:

    This is a very refreshing article... I appreciate your creativity... Thank you for the insightful advice...

    3 years ago

  • PersonalizedGiftsbyJ

    PersonalizedGiftsbyJ says:

    I love your work. Thanks, J

    3 years ago

  • PersonalizedGiftsbyJ

    PersonalizedGiftsbyJ says:

    I love your work.

    3 years ago

  • LifeInThePastLane

    LifeInThePastLane says:

    Love your outlook, your home, your artistic expression. Thanks for letting us peek into your beautiful world!

    3 years ago

  • museumshop

    museumshop says:

    Showering in the moonlight wonderful thought. Congratulatons on being featured seller. Good luck. God bless you.

    3 years ago

  • codyparkcrafter

    codyparkcrafter says:

    It's so nice to see a down to earth kind of girl featured here. I live in the mountains of Co. so I do understand your peaceful surroundings! Good luck in all your endeavors.

    3 years ago

  • TheCandleFarm01

    TheCandleFarm01 says:

    What a wonderful way to live. So many of us have gotten away from nature.

    3 years ago

  • eurekapaprika

    eurekapaprika says:

    Wow, this is so interesting and inspiring! Everything about this is absolutely amazing.

    3 years ago

  • deLacey

    deLacey says:

    I feel like I bonded with you through your interview! I live in a 600 sq ft cabin on the back of my parent's rural Tennessee property with my partner and son. It's not done yet but we are living in it and working on it as we are able to buy or salvage materials. I'm always inspired by those who live sustainably and maintain creativity....Rock on sister! ps. you've also inspired me to not be concerned about bathing outside in the winter, I used to live in Oregon and it gets cold!

    3 years ago

  • thebeehivery

    thebeehivery says:

    Your work is absolutely beautiful!! I can see the love and care you put in to each and every item in your shop too. Goats, cheese, a sustainable craft...what a bounty! Peace to you and yours!

    3 years ago

  • mulberrylanefolkart

    mulberrylanefolkart says:

    Simply Wonderful!

    3 years ago

  • OldNewAgain

    OldNewAgain says:

    such an interesting story! awesome!

    3 years ago

  • BroadleyStreet

    BroadleyStreet says:

    Beautiful work! Great article!!

    3 years ago

  • artbyaimeejoy

    artbyaimeejoy says:

    I love the fact you live off the grid in rural Oregon. Sounds so beautiful and peaceful. Loved reading this!

    3 years ago

  • AvonellDesign

    AvonellDesign says:

    Love that picture of your cabin. Such a cute house!

    3 years ago

  • Alywillows

    Alywillows says:

    I just joined Etsy and this was the first article that I read. I think your work is just beautiful and congrats on living off the grid, that is SO awesome! Namaste

    3 years ago

  • auntjjsattic

    auntjjsattic says:

    Wow! After reading your story and seeing the pictures of your gorgeous property and home...I'm feeling a bit stifled by the air in the city of Phoenix! I need some of that fresh air! And one of those beautiful cutting boards! Excellent craftsmanship! Love your work and passion. Can I come visit?? :O)

    3 years ago

  • AdorableFinds

    AdorableFinds says:

    Such an awesome article! I love your way of life! :D

    3 years ago

  • aihwba

    aihwba says:

    One of my favorite interviews!Very different from the norm. I envy your natural lifestyle - it's good for the soul. Beautiful work!

    3 years ago

  • kristincoffin

    kristincoffin says:

    Ahhh, such a breath of fresh air to read your interview. So honest and unpretentious. I was raised the same way, and plan on living completely off the grid in the near future. You can tell that your life, craft, and goals are entirely genuine, and not faddish. Your positivity and support of fellow artists just brightened my night. Thank you!

    3 years ago

  • urchinbags

    urchinbags says:

    I think your house is awesome! and I would love to own one of your cutting boards... one day.

    3 years ago

  • StitcheryPatterns

    StitcheryPatterns says:

    love all your work.

    3 years ago

  • 32paces

    32paces says:

    Wonderful advice for newcomers. Your work is gorgeous!

    3 years ago

  • ModernShop

    ModernShop says:

    Great work, best of luck!

    3 years ago

  • RawSugarJL

    RawSugarJL says:

    Great idea! My bf wants one. maybe for xmas. :)

    3 years ago

  • chriswaind

    chriswaind says:

    Incredible. I love your cabin (and your work).

    3 years ago

  • courtneyoquist

    courtneyoquist says:

    Wow! I love it. Wood is amazing.

    3 years ago

  • charnae

    charnae says:

    love showering under the stars. love your products. love your philosophy.

    3 years ago

  • ixela

    ixela says:

    Woww... great article!!!... congratulation Camille!!!

    3 years ago

  • bigpawsaints

    bigpawsaints says:

    You are living THE life~thank you for sharing with us!.

    3 years ago

  • tropAcool

    tropAcool says:

    I love your work!!!, and can't help being curious about the bathroom being outside. I live in the south and would love that, but where you live...isn't it really! cold in the winter?? brrrr

    3 years ago

  • shtaim

    shtaim says:

    As a green architect I loved your house, and your work! you seem to have a real passion for nature and that shows in your art. Lots of success!

    3 years ago

  • bayousalvage

    bayousalvage says:

    oh that dog is so dang cute- great story

    3 years ago

  • VintageSewandSew

    VintageSewandSew says:

    WOW...what a life...what a house..what beautiful wood. Loved the interview...glad you were featured!

    3 years ago

  • creativbusywork

    creativbusywork says:

    What a great interview!! "Off-the-grid" is where it's at!! Keep it simple and beautiful. Best to you!!

    3 years ago

  • AccessoryAddiction

    AccessoryAddiction says:

    Wow, you rock! Love your work, your atittude and your lifestyle. I am definitely envious...seems like you built a nice life " off the grid "! But I have one burning question- do you shower outdoors in the winter as well- or use a family member's shower?

    3 years ago

  • bengtja

    bengtja says:

    Such a delight for you to share your home -- and your craft!

    3 years ago

  • talulabelles

    talulabelles says:

    Camille..How inspiring to read your story..your life seems bet I am..all happiness to you and yours..:))

    3 years ago

  • MagickalIntentions

    MagickalIntentions says:

    How incredible to live and create as you do... Bravo!

    3 years ago

  • anothertimeantiques

    anothertimeantiques says:

    Very inspiring and that is truly my dream cabin!! Kept thinking ... off grid is great- so how do you manage being online??

    3 years ago

  • CounterFitCakes

    CounterFitCakes says:

    Beautiful work! Love your passion. About the outside shower. I used one at a condo in Hawaii for a week. The house was by the beach and the weather was beautiful. Pretty cool.

    3 years ago

  • nihonfleur

    nihonfleur says:

    Beautiful work and story! and Hooray for Nubian goats and cheese making. I am waiting for that phase of my life to start (the goat phase) ;) I also agree with spreading the etsy love and karma!

    3 years ago

  • PaperPicker

    PaperPicker says:

    i love the natural textures and grains in your wood, thanks for leaving it there.

    3 years ago

  • rusticrevivals

    rusticrevivals says:

    I Love your place, had a bathtub like that myself once! (See the day of salvaging on Rustic Revivals' Facebook - the elderly lady SHOWERS outside after RUNNING! In a cute little cedar-rail cubicle she made herself, in the true tradition of do-it-yourselfers!) Your woods and resources are simply beautiful.

    3 years ago

  • Benzy55

    Benzy55 says:

    I love your house and it really is inspiring to see where you live and see that you are a really country girl that has Nubian goats and makes cheese. I would use my cabin as your background picture on your etsy page, it's so great. I think everyone is loving your cabin and makes it even cooler that's where you really live. Bren

    3 years ago

  • CloudLoveBaby

    CloudLoveBaby says:

    Can I have *that* house when you move on to your 'real house'? Thanks. ;)

    3 years ago

  • WilsonRiverPottery

    WilsonRiverPottery says:

    Love the article and love your home and way of life. Do you sell your cheese?

    3 years ago

  • sweetlittlefelt

    sweetlittlefelt says:


    3 years ago

  • fran8

    fran8 says:

    Love your inspiring way of life.

    3 years ago

  • BEADazzelite

    BEADazzelite says:

    I love woodwork and your house seems amazing. Way to keep things organic and natural!

    3 years ago

  • BijouxRedux

    BijouxRedux says:

    Discovering that you have an interest and a talent for something creative is really a gift. Then living the life to go along with that interest is the icing on the cake. You appear to have a lovely life, and that's what it's all about. Your woodwork is beautiful and would look lovely in anyone's home.

    3 years ago

  • NicePots

    NicePots says:

    Carol Chapel told me about your work recently and I'm so glad you're a local success! Beautiful work and nice feature.

    3 years ago

  • trulyenchanted

    trulyenchanted says:

    Wow--I am also one who admires and enjoys the unique character of wood. I think your items showcase the natural beauty of wood grain so wonderfully and am thankful that I came across your shop! Great interview and what an interesting life story!

    2 years ago

  • creativefeltboards

    creativefeltboards says:

    Wonderful work!!! Love your lifestyle! cheers! : )

    2 years ago

  • volleyballgirl

    volleyballgirl says:

    wow, congrats.....I love reading your blogs. Your work is beautiful!!

    2 years ago

  • imeondesign

    Noemi from imeondesign says:

    Congratulations on the wonderful feature Camille!!

    1 year ago

  • trykoza

    Vitaliy Trykoza from oakwoodwork says:

    13 days ago