Hi, I’m Diana Stancil and I’m so happy you stopped by. As a wife, mother and grandmother, I’ve lived a lot of life and I’m eager to share some of my experiences and stories with others. Along the way, I have been fortunate to learn things, try new things and create things.
In 2009, my husband Keith and I founded Artist Garden Entertainment, a Nashville-based artist management firm. Working in the music industry keeps me surrounded by creatives who continually inspire me to explore more in life.
While I’ve never been formerly trained as a chef, I love to cook! Fortunately, I’ve had the opportunity to travel all over the world and been exposed to many different cultures and ways of preparing food. Being from New Mexico, I grew up eating Spanish/Native American foods, so naturally my favorite food to create is New Mexican. However, I will attempt just about anything. Whatever food I’m preparing will be made with love.
I’ve always had an artisan heart and a few years back, I began designing and creating jewelry. In 2010, I launched 2dangle, a custom jewelry company for weddings, photo shoots, video shoots and various clients looking for something unique.
Out of a desire to do something special for my grandkids, I stumbled into painting. My first painting was with water colors and then eventually began painting with oil. After painting some pieces for my grandchildren, I continued painting and now sell some pieces at various 2dangle jewelry shows.
Being a grandmother, reminds one of how important it is for us to take care of our skin. While I was fortunate to be born with good skin, I realize the need to take of of care of it. A while back, I discovered Rodan+Fields® and was so impressed with the results from their products, I began selling them.
As if I needed one more interest, I really enjoy spending time growing flowers. My garden is one big experiment filled with trial and error. When something I plant sprouts out of the ground, I’m reminded of how incredible God is and what an amazing ecosystem he created for us to live in.
Whether I’m making a meal for my family, designing a piece of jewelry, planting flowers in my garden or helping someone with skin care, I Make It My Own.