My Etsy shop is OPEN for business!!

Important note: If you see an item here, be it a dreamcatcher, nature photography, or ornament, and you do not see it in my Etsy shop, please email me and I can add it to the shop for you to purchase! Easy-peasy!!

Next festivals:

2019 Fairfax Craft Faire


That warm, lively feeling when something beautiful touches your heart...

Every project is grounded

in the belief that we are here to celebrate life

in its fullest splendor, to experience all we can, and let our hearts be moved. Meticulouslight attempts to articulate that inner experience of beauty with landscape photography and thoughtful, made~with~love gifts.

dreamcatchers are made with hand collected driftwood, from places that I truly care for. Most feathers are cruelty-free and sourced from responsible family homesteads. Read more about these special people, birds, and places, and how I try to support and care for them in the "About" tab.

because the present moment can be so delightful and rich, I also create a collection of playful felt and beaded ornaments. The felt I use is made from 100% recycled plastic bottles and much of the beads are purchased from independent bead shops in Northern California, Western Oregon, and Washington state. These gifts are colorful, fun, and lighthearted... They're for the young AND young at heart!

~ do email me with commission inquiries ~





Browse what I've created or find inspiration for your own custom order.  


Playful gifts


felt and beads

find the adorable, the sparkly and whimsical; the beautiful, the soft and the artful.


Greeting Cards

The simplicity of nature can articulate the subtle ways we connect with one another. Every card features a moment I lived and captured. But it is your sentiment that bring the cards to life.

To live in the light of a new day and an unimaginable and unpredictable future, you must become fully present to a deeper truth ~ not a truth from your head, but a truth from your heart; not a truth from your ego, but a truth from the highest source.
— Debbie Ford