Hello and happy 2015! I spruced up my Etsy shop this past weekend to include my latest batch of greeting cards- perfect for a valentine or any time 🙂 Also, until February 11th, I’m offering FREE SHIPPING on ALL of my greeting cards- no coupon code needed! Check out all the new goodies here in the exit343design Etsy shop!
Posts Tagged ‘cats’
Posted in news., tagged cats, etsy, exit343design, exit343design news, greeting card, handprinted card, hangry, netflix card, Philadelphia art, valentine's day, what is hangry, wine on 01/20/2015| Leave a Comment »
hey all! I’m so excited to announce that I’m now selling cute + functional magnet sets online and at craft shows! my first batch features illustrations from my cat lover and dog lover watercolor illustrations. if these do well, i hope to expand into other imagery later in the year 🙂 check out the new sets:
the cat magnets are kitty approved!
Posted in treasury tuesday, tagged afternoon coffee, Amelia and Brother, bad idea sleepover, boy girl party, cat, cat lover, cathy peng, cats, etsy, etsy treasury, gift ideas, hey gokey, Hiley Remarkable, medium control, messy mai, Pizublic, samba for rats, the little friends of printmaking, three bad seeds, Tokyo Inspired, treasury tuesday, wider awake on 01/15/2013| Leave a Comment »
Hey all! Some exciting news- this upcoming First Friday, November 2, 2012 I will be a participating artist at Philadelphia’s Practice Gallery’s The Cat Exhibition. This is the piece I will have for display and sale! It’s an original watercolor and ink illustration and I’m pretty proud of it 🙂
Here’s some more info about the show, lifted from Practice Gallery’s facebook page:
Practice invites you to buy a cat.
Artworks in the guise of cats will cover the walls of Practice this November and the public is invited to view and buy them. The Cat Exhibition is a fundraiser, the sale of each work will be put back into Practice, directly recycled as the resources to continue putting on exhibitions. No cat will be priced over $200 and some may be as affordable as $20.
Artworks will be sold directly off the walls and disappear forever into someone’s private collection. Persons wishing to purchase a cat should get to Practice early in order to assure the procurement of their top choice. Practice only accepts payment in the form of cash. Over 70 artists have agreed to support Practice with a cat.
Posted in artists i enjoy., being an artist., shows and sales., tagged art star, art star craft bazaar 2011, cats, craft show, fuzzy ink, jennyjen 42, philadelphia, Philadelphia crafts, the wind and the sail, yard sale press on 05/29/2011| Leave a Comment »
i have so much to write about, i thought i’d break it up into different posts. first stop: art star craft bazaar at penn’s landing in philadelphia, pa was a great success! the weather was a big strange on day one, but day two ending up being sunny and warm- a wonderful surprise 🙂 here are some snappers of my tent:
on day two, my good friend and fellow printmaker Bryan Schulthorpe of Yard Sale Press manned my booth while i ran around to check out what other vendors were selling. i definitely got some great deals:
I LOVE my handlebar mustache T from Fuzzy Ink! their whole table was mustache themed- i don’t care how trendy it may be right now, i love mustache goodies haha. the cute handmade bird eye glass holder was a steal at $15 from JennyJen 42– click the link to check out her etsy packed with awesome hand sewn creations. next to me at table 62 was Laura Stanz, a maker from Indiana who spent both days telling customers to “please- hug the walrus!” so obviously, i had to go hug the walrus- and instantly fell in love with the mole-y cat and adorable beaver! you SERIOUSLY need to check out her shop called The Wind and The Sail– her plushies are super affordable and unique and extremely well crafted. she told me the story about the mole-y cat and when i got home, i realized my own kitty has a mole in the same spot!
of course there were so many other awesome artists and crafters that i wish i could have purchased from or traded with . . to see the complete list, click here: 2011 Vendors anyhow, thanks so much to everyone who came out that weekend!