Monday, March 30, 2009

New Things for My Etsy Shops

I haven't been blogging very well lately, but I have been swapping and finally putting some things in my much neglected Etsy Shops. Here is what I've made for my sewing shop

These carrots can either be basket fillers or used as treat bags.
This is a fairy ornament that I embroideryed and embellished
and then machine stitched a backing to it.

Then I made a some tags to put in my Paper Craft shop

Then I had a special order for some of my chicken egg covers.
It feels nice to get some things back in my shop!! I mailed out a couple of swap packages today so I can post those in a couple of days. I'm so excited to show off a couple of the things I made for those. I've still got a couple more swaps to finish up and then I've got to start working on baby shower stuff for my newest grandson. I've got invitations to make and then party favors and decorations. I'm excited though and can't wait to get started on those. I love the pattern we picked out and I think everything will turn out cute!

Have a great day everyone!!!
I have to go finish up a swap that I'm late on
and then CLEAN my much neglected house!!


arbee said...

Hello Sherry! Your Easter egg package was mailed today...


Twyla and Lindsey said...

Those carrots are so cute! I think it's wonderful that you have been so productive lately and getting things in your etsy shops. We certainly could do better with that! Have a great week!

Polka Dot Moon said...


Kids Napping? I'm Scrapping! said...

Cute stuff. I love the sewn carrots. :)
P.S. I'm glad Melinda got the little book!

Anonymous said...

cute stuff! guess which is my favorite... the fairy (of coarse)

Beth said...

I love the carrots!

Cathy said...

The chicken egg covers are my favorite.

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