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Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
These have to be my favorite ones and I'm having a hard time parting with them! But I just don't use envelopes that much anymore and these are way too cool for bills! CLOWNS!
Saturday, December 12, 2009
I love when customers show me what they do with the paper beads I made!
These pictures are photos of garlands that were made by Julie from: http://www.doodlebeacards.etsy.com/
Monday, December 7, 2009
Sunday, December 6, 2009
I found a Corningware skillet with the Friendship pattern, it's not easy to find. A Jadite mixing bowl in the swirl pattern, again, not the easiest to find! Also, another whatsit and I'll have to get photos of that on my blog to see if anyone can figure it out.
Now, I purchased two older ledgers for accounting purposes. They are so neat! I'm not sure if I'll sell them or make paper beads from them.
A green depression glass salad plate is now mine. Along with this HUGE industrial spool of yarn which I have no idea what I'll do with it and an older metal file box. And just for me, this awesome flannel shirt with retro cowboys on it! And a burnt orange Tupperware flour sifter!
I think that's everything...
Monday, November 30, 2009
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
Look at the nasty teeth on this thing!
It says Patent May 14, 1918 on one side. On the other side is a raised up star and it says No. 5 under that.
Friday, November 13, 2009
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Sunday, October 18, 2009
From Jane at http://www.justjanesthings.etsy.com/ comes this: This collage is done on a 4" x 6" mat board, covered with decorative papers and tissue paper. This has some odd and ends of different scrapes and doodads added. This has some glitter and rhinstones added for that little extra sparkle. It has been coated with a matte finish and has some beads and ribbon added onto the hanger.On this it says,"Karen gleefully created a mysterious PP"
Click on photos to enlarge!
Woohoo! Another PP challenge entry is done! From Julie at
http://www.DoodleVintagePlus.etsy.com come the above matchbook notepads.
The above photo came from Linda at http://www.engelfelt.etsy.com/. She explains: This is my entry; a pumpkin spice scented felted goat milk soap. The soap has been felted in beige wool, and then rather laboriously embroidered with a funky, nubby vintage Swiss cotton rug yarn. A knitted alpaca stem completes the pumpkin look.
From stockannette at http://www.stockannette.etsy.com/ come this greeting card! She explains:
the card will come with "Thinking of you, Peanut Pumpkin!" printed on the inside - if you prefer the card arrive blank inside.
This one is from LaBeq at http://www.labeq.etsy.com/. Her description: This odd little crocheted pumpkin can be used as decoration, or, if you are like me and my former coworkers, kept at your desk and lobbed over cubicle walls when things start getting boring at work.
Please scroll down for more entries in previous blog post.
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
The members of the Etsy Sneak Attack Team has taken on a challenge! Inspired by my peanut pumpkin, they have challenged the members to make something relating to this pumpkin!
The first entries have arrived! From Ros at http://www.paintedmemoriesbyros.etsy.com/ come these amazing photos!
Here is Mother and Child.
My favorite! Titled Pumpduckin!
And Mighty Elephant!
Nice work Ros! I'm enjoying each and every one of these!
The second shop to send an entry:
Woohoo! This one comes from: http://www.manicspider.etsy.com/ and another wonderful work of art!
And a third shop has an entry today!
From Peggy at http://www.goodgosh.etsy.com/ comes this greeting card, titled Ugly Pumpkin! Now we are cooking, Sneakers! Keep those entries coming.