Meet the Maker: Tiny Nibblers Chewelry

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Meet the Maker Monday!

Today we are introducing Emily Johnston - owners of Tiny Nibblers Chewelry! You can find her goodies here!

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Chomp Supply: What's your favourite food? Why?
Tiny Nibblers Chewelry: I make a really good chicken parmesan that I only make about 4 times a year because it is so labor intensive but I love it because I am all about delicious comfort food.
CS: What's your favourite vacation spot? Why?
TNC: There is a small Amish town only a couple hours from our house that I love to go to. I love the hospitality and the tight knit community. Time seems to slow down a bit when we visit.
CS: Tell us a bit about yourself and your family.
TNC: I married my husband is 2015 and we had our daughter in 2018. We are a farming family that produces wheat, corn and spat beans. My husband is also a mechanic and a short run truck driver. I work part time at a friends trucking company in the office as well as run my small business.
CS: Describe your creative style.
TNC: I love softer matching colors although I like to get outside of my comfort zone at time and make something outside of the box.
CS: How did you get into crafting?
TNC: My mom has always been a crafter and I grew up helping her.
CS: What was the first thing you ever made?
TNC: To be honest, I am not sure.
CS: What project/product are you most proud of?
TNC: I recently made a cow teether that went crazy when I posted it on my Facebook page. Being part of a farming community it was a big hit!
CS: What does your current work space look like?
TNC: We live in a very old farmhouse and the is a downstairs bedroom (if you can call it that) I am converting into my office. It’s only about a 9’x9’ room so it’s not much but it works. I have my grandmas old kitchen table in there for my desk currently.
CS: What does your dream work space look like?
TNC: A real desk and computer I can work on and then a big crafting table and lot of organization!
CS: How do you balance work and home life?
TNC: It gets difficult at times but I am a night owl so I do a lot of work after my husband and daughter go to bed.
CS: Where do you see your business going in the next five years?
TNC: I would like to have a website, be in a couple local shops as well as become a wholesaler (dreaming big though!).
CS: What advice would you give to someone looking to start their own small business?
TNC: Just do it! I have only been in business about 12 weeks, but it has already become bigger than I could have imagined!
CS: What do you love most about Chomp?
TNC: The options! Chomp carries so much!
CS: What would you like to see Chomp carry in the future?
TNC: Sports themed teethers! I have had so many requests for baseballs and footballs!
Thank you so much, Emily, for taking the time to allow us to learn about the personality behind Tiny Nibblers Chewelry! Don't forget to check out Emily's shop and social media to see the beautiful pieces she creates!