A wreath from one of my Etsy shops was featured in the December issue of Good Housekeeping! Thank you!
Now back to packing my sales……
I am excited about my two new designs for my postcard/thank you notes! I drop them in most of my boxes when I make a sale….(except when I run out and you get my business card or I forget. oops.)
The photos are from my personal holiday collection and were taken by my friend Alison. I loved my old “ornament” ones that looked similar to my header, but these look fresh for the coming season!
It has been a busy start of summer and the first 90 degree day has hit the city….
I have found some time to catch up on projects and add some more items to stores. Sales have actually been ok the last few weeks. It is nice to see other people think Christmas at this time of the year……
This pretty (and slightly spooky) bell jar is my donation to the Housing Works Design on a Dime event next month. It will be in the Nest Interiors NY booth. The scene includes painted branches, resin balls, a vintage glass bird ornament, an antique doll head, as well as assorted trim and bric-a-brac. The palette is unusual for me, but it will make sense with the design. Please attend if you are able. It is a great charity.
I make things. Lots of glittery, sparkly things…..from unusual and rare vintage and antique materials. I have just done an update to my Etsy site in anticipation of the coming seasons. More to follow, but here are some of my favorite new wreaths.
This is one of the bell jars I have made in the past few years. (I pretty much seem to only make “Christmas” or “spooky”…..)
It is made with vintage toys, antique doll heads, shells, glass flower parts, old christmas ornaments, and a bonsai tree I killed……this version is much easier to take care of……
Well, I finally have this up and running!
I hope to use this new website to tie together my love (obsession) of vintage holiday decorations, collecting eccentric antiques/1950’s modern, as well my quirky creations and holiday decor made from all this junk! Please take a peek. Happy to have you here.