Turquoise Tulip


I am a mom of two beautiful and hilarious little girls and a wife to a fun loving man, Micah. We also have an energetic pug named Mignon.

We moved to Georgetown by way of Houston and New Orleans. After lots of traveling with work and long hours as a interior restaurant designer, I decided it would be best for our family to take a break from the hustle and bustle and be a stay at home mom. With my girls growing up, I felt it was time to revitalize my designer skills. Turquoise Tulip is what I have been dreaming about for years and it’s finally here!!!

Shieldmaiden Designs

Shieldmaiden Designs is the creative endeavor of Julie Clawson who has taken her passion for making and channeled it into metal and stone. She launched Shieldmaiden Designs in early 2015 as a place to sell her handmade jewelry and décor. Inspired by the stories we tell and the magic of the natural world, her creations shape metal and stone into reflections of those tales and beauty. Drawn to myths and legends, the name Shieldmaiden Designs came from her love of Eowyn, the Shieldmaiden of Rohan, from The Lord of the Rings. The need to create and design items of beauty was her way of breaking free from the Shieldmaiden’s fear of living in a cage and contributing nothing to the world. To that end, she uses her hand (literally just one since she was born missing her lower left arm) to create. From fabricating and soldering jewelry, to carving designs in wax and casting them in silver, to shaping and polishing stones, she involves herself in every step of the jewelry making process. Shieldmaiden Designs has slowly grown over its first year, showcasing in a few venues to great response with many more shows planned for the upcoming year.



Kate’s Wine Jewelry

Beaded necklaces to go over wine bottles

Collage Gifts

painted glassware, decorated bottle stoppers, decorated corkscrews, fruit & cheese trays

Rikki the Riveter

Welding with Horseshoes and other metals.


Josh Dossett

Josh Dossett grew up in San Antonio, where he began art classes as a child with Jackie Von Honts. He sold his first lithographs, as a ten-year old, at the Riverwalk’s  “Starving Artist Show”. He went on to earn a BFA from Texas Tech University where he focused on glass blowing with Bill Bagley and ceramics with Vern Funk.
As a glassblower he worked for several renowned glass artists where he assisted on production pieces and installation art.
Josh then worked at Armadillo Clay and Supply where he began to concentrate his efforts on pottery.  Selling on South Congress since 2003 he developed unique glazing techniques with earthenware, lead free, dinnerware safe glazes.

Merci Handmade Vintage

Handmade textile & leather satchels/clutches & leather bracelets. http://www.merci-handmadevintage.com/

Wicked Whatnots

Jewelry/Altered Art Resin

ArcheoModern Designs

Glass, Silk and Metal are three elements that have withstood the test of time from ancient art to the modern world. These materials and the techniques used to create beautiful objects from them were developed thousands of years ago and are still used today. 

The Rustic Nook

handmade aprons, wine markers, gift bag accessories