Our interview for fellow Etsian's blog Chalkydoodles "How it's Done" series is up. Thanks so much, Lyn for the wonderful feature and also for spotlighting our new women's wear line!
I've noticed this week that we've been getting a lot more "Etsy love" than usual and that's when I realised that our Teeny Tiny Floral Tunic made it as the top item on the gift guide for the baby category! The Gift Guides are hand picked by Etsy staff from hundreds of thousands of items available, so we are super excited to be on there. Although, I have to say with now over 1,000 views and over 40 hearts, why does it still not have a home?
"I couldn't ask all of my featured guests to answer these tough questions without first answering them myself. So, our first featured Mom is - me!"
I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed reading Lyn's answers to these questions (which were very thought provoking and a great experience for me, thanks Lyn!) Of course, my answers were pretty short and sweet. I can't even believe I have a blog! But, it's mostly pretty pictures, so it all makes total sense.
Isn't it funny, that the time I actually stick to my schedule (a big feat for a horrible procrastinator such as myself) and get my pieces ready and shot for my Gen Art Styles 2009 submission, they extend the deadline to March 24th! So, I will have to post my submissions here on the new date (instead of March 17th) Meanwhile, I do feel like this weight's been lifted off of me. It's another project completed, and now I can focus on getting Devon Rose stocked for Spring. We will be opening our new Etsy boutique, Payne (women's ready to wear) on March 24th as well.
More Hel-looks, these two really caught my eye. Both are stylish blonde's, but they couldn't be more different from each other. Saana being absolutely adorable, so "lady-like" and perfectly accessorized with those great boots and hair color/style that give her an edge to all that prettiness. Lauri being the androgynous art student (with really bad posture) but also perfectly accessorised and, of course, those pants...LOVE!