No Limits No BoundARTies

by Terry Watson | March 13th, 2014
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Kayla Mckoy (photos by Still Shots Photography)

Have you ever heard of diaper cakes, diaper wreaths, diaper owls, onesie cupcakes, or even a towel cake? For Greensboro resident Kayla Mckoy, these are common terms that she often applies to novelty items and accessories that her company produces. No Limits No BoundARTies is a one of a kind specialty boutique that makes items for individuals with a ‘one of a kind’ desire.

“I have loved art ever since Kindergarten. I took art classes in high school and college but I am mainly a self-taught artist/designer who creates and design things with my own flare. So in 2011 I finally decided to start an arts and crafts business from my home,” she says. McKoy says she chose to call her business No Limit No BoundARTies because she wanted people to see the true art of gifts from a non-traditional perspective. Additionally, she didn’t want there to be any limits or boundaries placed on her abilities.

McKoy is a entrepreneur, writer, artist, and a full-time student. She has four sisters and is the second youngest of them all. She is the mother of two young daughters and was raised in the small town of East Arcadia in Riegelwood, North Carolina. She attended East Bladen High School in Elizabethtown, N.C. and graduated with honors and received several academic and athletic awards. She is currently a full time student at North Carolina Agricultural & State University and pursuing a degree in liberal studies.

“I love trying new things and I am always thinking of new ideas. There is not a limit on what I can accomplish,” says McKoy. She produces gift baskets, Easter baskets, handmade barefoot sandals, key chains amongst other things. She even makes various gifts and decor for special events such as weddings, house warmings, baby showers, birthdays, and anniversaries. She even has items available for Valentine’s Day, Easter and Christmas, but recommends that her clients submit their orders well in advance due to a high demand around those times 0f the year.

McKoy says she is inspired by her family and especially her two daughters. Her very first client was her sister. She is encouraged by her church family (Full Gospel Christian Center of McLeansville, N.C.) and the feedback from clients. To see the looks on their faces when she finishes a gift, McKoy says is rewarding and priceless. “They push me and tell me to not give up on my dreams and this is what makes it all worth it,” she says. To see more items from No Limits No BoundArt’ies, please visit them online or call Kayla McKoy directly.

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