Ana C Hernández is creating randomly weird stuff.
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I will be posting stuff on my other social sites (listed below) because I wouldn't be able to make rewards as often as I want to. But I will try to make announcements and shop updates here!

The nub:

Rewards may be edited and added! I've decided to do per creation because I want the creative freedom that comes with it, instead of worrying about a monthly deadline!

I post quick text updates on my Twitter and besides posting work here on Patreon, I also post less things for non patrons on my Tumblr! You can also check out my Instagram for random photos~

A bit of my history in art and crafts:

My mom has taught me everything she knows about sewing since I was a kid. At first she taught me embroidery and then I moved on to sewing. Without her, I don't know if I'd be capable of making half of my creations. As for classes I've had Ceramics and Printmaking, both of which I loved very much. The teachers were amazing and a great inspiration to me, they really encouraged me to find my artistic voice. After taking these classes, I was brimming with ideas on incorporating both skills into my creations. So now I am on my artistic journey.

My Work:

My work really is a medley of things! People have often commented on this when they see my table at the events I go to. I'm a mixed bag you could say, you never know what creation I'm going to pop out next! 

Inspirations:
I get ideas from everywhere, some of the greatest ones have come from my bathroom floor, bedroom ceiling, while taking a shower, and when trying to sleep! 

The Goal:
Aside from providing you lovely people with creations from my brain, I want to make this my full time job. I want to prove to my family that this is a possibility and put their worries to rest. I can't think of anything else I'd rather be doing than creating things with my own two hands. I often say, "my hands are my life." If I were to lose them, then, I'd have to learn to use my feet because nothing will stop me from continuing my creations. I hope to show that dedication through my work!
Goals
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I'll be able to get new materials to experiment with every month or materials I need for a particular project. I'll be able to be the mad scientist of crafting all of us long to be! *Mad scientist (but of crafting) laugh.*
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I will be posting stuff on my other social sites (listed below) because I wouldn't be able to make rewards as often as I want to. But I will try to make announcements and shop updates here!

The nub:

Rewards may be edited and added! I've decided to do per creation because I want the creative freedom that comes with it, instead of worrying about a monthly deadline!

I post quick text updates on my Twitter and besides posting work here on Patreon, I also post less things for non patrons on my Tumblr! You can also check out my Instagram for random photos~

A bit of my history in art and crafts:

My mom has taught me everything she knows about sewing since I was a kid. At first she taught me embroidery and then I moved on to sewing. Without her, I don't know if I'd be capable of making half of my creations. As for classes I've had Ceramics and Printmaking, both of which I loved very much. The teachers were amazing and a great inspiration to me, they really encouraged me to find my artistic voice. After taking these classes, I was brimming with ideas on incorporating both skills into my creations. So now I am on my artistic journey.

My Work:

My work really is a medley of things! People have often commented on this when they see my table at the events I go to. I'm a mixed bag you could say, you never know what creation I'm going to pop out next! 

Inspirations:
I get ideas from everywhere, some of the greatest ones have come from my bathroom floor, bedroom ceiling, while taking a shower, and when trying to sleep! 

The Goal:
Aside from providing you lovely people with creations from my brain, I want to make this my full time job. I want to prove to my family that this is a possibility and put their worries to rest. I can't think of anything else I'd rather be doing than creating things with my own two hands. I often say, "my hands are my life." If I were to lose them, then, I'd have to learn to use my feet because nothing will stop me from continuing my creations. I hope to show that dedication through my work!

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