Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Sneak Peak

A sneak peak of fabrics that are being used on new items coming to the shop.

First, coordinating fabrics by Joel Dewberry that will be used on a Mega Jewelry Organizer ( jewelry rack with earring frame below) . I just love the taste of fall these fabrics give you, the birds are cute too.

Second, Tortoise Plaid fabric by Sandi Henderson to be used on a jewelry rack. This fabric has become a favorite.

Third, A lovely fabric by Amy Butler. This fabric is a designer weight fabric making it thicker than a standard cotton. The pattern is gloriously big and the colors are serenely inviting. It will be the back drop for a crazy big jewelry rack.

Hope to have the items completed and listed within a week or so.

Friday, September 19, 2008

Pink Houses on Etsy

As a new beginning to my blog, I thought it was only appropriate for me so see what kind of Pink Houses are being made by talented Etsy peeps.

So warm and cozy is this little pink felted house, done by the ever talented felter Foxglove's.

Little birds like to be warm and cozy too, what better way to be toasty then in their very own shabby chic pink bird house. Crafted by Bacon Square Farm.

If pink bird houses don't suit your fancy how about a sweet little gratitude necklace on a scrabble tile by deciduous soul. I love the little button!

Monday, September 15, 2008

My First Post!

I have had such an enjoyable time creating items for my Etsy shop. It has also been fun to explore other shops and see some of the most amazing, cute, charming, colorful, peaceful, thoughtful handmade items.

So how did I learn about Etsy you say? One morning while playing with my sweet 11month old at the time, I caught a Martha Stewart Episode that featured an Etsy seller. It definitely peaked my interest so I headed to the Internet and there it was a hidden treasure A treasure full of handmade goodness. The seed was planted. Thanks Martha! I am sure she will be reading my blog in the near future. Ha! Ha! I hope to share with you some of my discoveries on Etsy as well as maybe some other handmade goodness.