She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks. (Proverbs 31:17)
CREATIVE THING OF BEAUTY
For Tiffany Harmon, it started out as nothing more than a crafty hobby, of sorts.
Today, her venture as a professional creative designer has evolved into a full-fledged business, one that, much to her delight, has appropriately attracted a national presence.
A native Greenville, Mississippi, Harmon, 40, is the mastermind of iInspire Design & Collections, her Memphis-based endeavor that has become a fixture for what this Mid-South rising entrepreneur describes as simple handmade lapel pins, fancy corsages, not to mention high-end dream weddings, coupled with a bridal shower design of large and small spaces, as mentioned in a detailed intro of her company at https://iinspiredesigns.com/iinspire.
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In essence, Harmon’s iInspire Designs & Collections has reaped sustained success, in large part because it can cover your interior home, as well as commercial and event design needs, which are quickly and affordably. Generally, iInspire Design (or IID) is a high-end décor, event and interior design and floral company that works closely with clients to bring the spark of an idea to awe-inspiring life.
“This was really just a hobby for me,” Harmon told Making Headline News this week. “I always had the ideas in my head, but never put them in action.”
That certainly isn’t the case now for Harmon, an accomplished businesswoman whom, in recent weeks, has witnessed her business transcend to a whole a new level with the launch of her uniquely designed, hand-crafted masks that have emerged as a hot seller in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I wasn’t expecting this…you never know who is watching and pushing you,” Harmon wrote in a May 13 Facebook post, referring to the unprecedented high demand for her pandemic masks. “You have to know me to understand when I say, ‘Creating things gives me peace and keeps me out of the world’…it’s my outlet…it’s where I pray and talk to God a lot.’”
As Harmon began to broaden her creative design mechanics throughout the years, she eventually had become greatly inspired by her mother and a host of family members and friends to transform her hobby into a business.
Now that she’s approximately a decade removed from having taken that massive leap of faith, she’s been nothing short of remarkable.
“I put my heart into creating things,” Harmon said. “I found something positive and just stayed (with it).”
So much, in fact, that Harmon’s business has afforded her the golden opportunity to put her immeasurable gifts on display in various establishments around the country, most notably to decorate her clients’ home for the annual Christmas holiday season.
Interestingly, Harmon was the guest designer for Paul Michael Home Stores, and is currently the featured creative designer for the historic Greater Community Temple Church of God In Christ.
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“This has become an outlet for. This is how I express myself,” said Harmon, explaining her personal mission for being a creative designer. “I really enjoy encouraging others to be creative and to inspire them.”
That, to her credit, is far cry from her childhood during which Harmon often found it difficult to appropriately express herself. Something, of course, had to give which, fortunately for her, led to the discovery of her hobby-turned-business.
“I often felt like I couldn’t truly express myself growing up,” Harmon said. “I lacked confidence and support. Through the years my confidence, strength and support grew. I have truly perfected my craft. You have to believe in yourself if no one else does.
“I am often told that I am always busy, and it would bother me,” Harmon continued. “But I took it has a positive. I’d rather be busy doing something creatively positive than negative. My busyness in my crafts give me peace and I do make time for the things and people I love outside of my craft schedule. It’s just what I like to do. I really appreciate the people who embrace it.”
For more information about Mid-South Businesswoman Tiffany Harmon of iInspire Design & Collections or to inquire about her services, call 662.336.1206, or connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Iinspiredesigns/; Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/iinspiredesigns/. Also, send email to: Iinspiredesigns@gmail.com.
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