Monday, December 28, 2009

SALE in My Etsy Shop

I'm having a small end of the year clearance sale on felted clutches and pouches in my Etsy shop. I'm clearing out these lines to make room for new ones. Including several different kinds of fingerless gloves.

I also neglected to ever mention how the Flint Handmade Holiday Craft Market went after posting about my panic. I had more than enough stuff--as usual I overdid it. But at least now I have plenty of stock. I had a lovely time at the show. Everyone was super nice and friendly and I sold well enough to make it completely worth my time. I will definitely make it a point to try to get into Flint Handmade events in the future.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New Facebook Fan Page

I now have a Facebook fan page. Whoo hoo! It's very new and I'm still not quite sure what I'm doing, but if you are on Facebook and would like to be kept up to date on sales in my shop and new designs I'm working on, please become a fan.

On the new designs front, I now have felted bowls available in my shop. Perfect to put on your nightstand for storing all the little things in your pockets at the end of the day.

Friday, December 4, 2009

Craft Show Panic

The Flint Handmade Holiday Craft Market is this Saturday so I am having my usual last minute panic about not having enough ready. Which is obviously why I am still up and posting rather than working on more stuff. I don't know if anyone local reads this blog, but if you're near Flint, MI on Saturday between 10 and 4, please stop in and say hi. I will be in the Crim Fitness Foundation near the back. More details are on the flyer I posted a few weeks ago.

I am always intensely curious about what becomes of the supplies I make, so I always ask people who buy supplies from me to send pictures of the things they use them for. In October (and yes, I am just now remembering to post about it), I received a lovely message from Tracy--who bought the beads below--asking if she could mention my shop when posting about the adorable cupcake pincushions she made on her blog. Thanks again, Tracy for letting me see my beads out in the world.