tom·fool·er·y / tom-foo-luh-ree –noun, plural -er•ies. 1. foolish or silly behavior; tomfoolishness. 2. a silly act, matter, or thing. [Origin: 1805–15; tomfool + -ery]
Tina Götschi is tomfoolery: "I want to fill the world and your homes with beautiful things made of porcelain, printed textiles, knitted textiles and found objects. Tomfoolery stuff is quirky, whimsical, with a long story behind each piece."