Saturday Business Feature: Shine by Fox & Lamb | Kingwood Moms
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We craft wood candleholder bases in custom sizes that are readily available in 12”, 24” 36” and 48”. The bases are made to hold tapered candlesticks and can be used to celebrate many types of occasions.

Where are you originally from and how long have you lived in the area?

Robert is from Anchorage, Alaska and Abigail is a native Houstonian.

How many kids and how old are they?
We have two children, Natalie age 7, and AJ age 5.
What brought you to do your business?

At the start of this unique time, we had some time on our hands a few DIY projects we wanted to try out and one of them were these candleholders. They are easy to make but labor-intensive, so everything thing about them is intentional, as they are made from either pine or cedar.

When did the idea of creating your business start? How long have you been in business?
Right around January of this year, I was looking for a unique way to celebrate my son’s birthday for June, then the pandemic happened, had some extra time on our hands, and just started listing them on Etsy.
What do you enjoy most about being an entrepreneur?

Putting our creativity and energy into a product people enjoy and can re-use.

What is your favorite part about what you do?
When our customer’s come back to tell us that they really enjoyed having a centerpiece for their event or home, etc.
What does the future look like for you and your business?

We want to test the limit of this new entrepreneurial venture and see what the future holds.

What advice would you give to others that want to start something new?

Look at the investment of time and money, but most importantly be sure it is something you enjoy and take pride in.

This is a sponsored post by Shine by Fox & Lamb.

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