Posted in A Few of My Favorite Bags, Crafty Finds, tagged baby hat, crochet hat, handbag, handmade purse, Holidazzle, keeta collection, KeetaCollection, Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, key fob, purse, sock monkey, tiptopapplesauce, tote on October 19, 2008|
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This week ended with a successful mailing of 3 wholesale orders and an order to the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft. I have been fortunate enough to be invited to participate in the 2008 Holidazzle. Oh if only I could visit and participate in the purchasing of some of the creative endeavors of the artist participating. In addition to all of this, there was an actual completion of a custom order AND a bag or two listed on KeetaCollection.com . Next on my list, and partially finished are a couple of weekender bags. They are looking good, and I can hardly wait to finish them.
What do you think a woman that spends her days designing and creating does in her spare minutes? Of course, I browse through Etsy.com looking at everyones wonderful creations!! Here are a couple for tonight.
Sock Monkey Key Fob
First, I love my the key fobs made by the incredibly talented Corri…. a/k/a my daughter. This sock monkey is one of my favorites. I still have a sock monkey my mother made. You can find the fobs at PuppyDogsNPolkaDots.etsy.com
I can not get over this picture. The baby, the hat, the two together…. almost makes me want another. haha no not really! But I do love this. The hat was made by TipTopApplesauce
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Posted in Oh Baby, Wish List, tagged acorn, baby hat, bowl, crochet, felting, handmade ceramics, hat, pottery, stoneware, thrown, toddler on September 23, 2008|
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This evening I posted a few bags on etsy.com and as usual I got sidetracked by all of the beautiful items handcrafted by the many talented artist on etsy.
First, look at this hat, can you imagine a little one tucked up under the acorn? I sure can!
This bowl caught my eye right away. I can see it on display all year, not just in the fall.
And finally, these fall leaf coasters. I am still amazed at the talent of these people.
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