Grab these little babies while you can!!! 1 for $5 or 3 for $12!! Each bulb is one of a kind and comes in either tangerine, yellow, or teal blue. DM me to place your order today!! 🎄✨ #mgdy #mgdydesign #christmas
I sold this mug, one of my favorites I’ve made, the other day and it’s making me want to get back to making functional pottery ☕️
Completely unrelated to her design but when I was looking for a name, I couldn't stop thinking about Lucy (the song) from Nana so the name stayed lol
Your support of my little business means the world to me! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
These one of a kind Hilltribe Black Tourmalines are on their way to their new owners today. I’m sad to see these beauties leave but sooo excited to see them adorn their mamas and babes. My husband says he loves rolling these ones up the most 🤩
📦♥️ Also: a little shipping update if you missed it in our stories- we are working really hard so that the Canada Post strike DOES NOT affect our customers. We are taking on the extra cost to upgrade everyone’s shipping to bypass it. Although this is hard on a small business, we value our customers and especially this time of year where we have so much of your support, that we are happy to do so. In short: no worries we got you!
The baby dolls in this house go everywhere with us as though they are members of our family. This particular baby doll even walked down the aisle as a flower girl! So of course our babies have to have matching bows with my girls. Want sisters to match? Baby dolls? Mom and daughter? I’d love to help you with any custom idea!
One more of this particular white chenille bow (from vintage chenille quilts) is available in the shop.
I'm a little late but I just joined in on Etsy's cyber week and am now offering 10% off any purchase with free standard domestic shipping until 11/25! this is a perfect opportunity to support small shops and do some holiday shopping💕
Tiny vtg chinese wooden comb maybe for combing your Blythe dollys... in my shop!!! BlackWeek 20% less!!
Somehow I've saved all my doodles & unfinished art in a folder over the yrs thinking I'd do something with it...well this is what I came up with instead of just throwing it away. They were weak on their own, but put together look pretty cool. Bunch of dumb random stuff from 2007-2017 "A Decade of Art" I'm calling it. Tho most of the art itself was drawn in middle of class or other public settings so not very well executed, it does mean alot to me...it tells a story of the times, places, and ppl throughout my life. On a very large canvas so took forever... my back is killing me 😂 I'm wondering if I should touch up certain lines & color before I seal it up for good? And how to seal it... hmm?
#scrapbooking #collage #art #artist #doodle #drawing #canvas #painting #ooak #random #graffiti #comic #sketch
I am so bombarded with custom and pre-orders it’s crazy awesome. 💛 For the next few weeks I’ll be making and posting ready-made items for sale here and on my Etsy page! (I’ll have a few little fin cuties like this one for sale too!) I’ll also be a vendor at The Everything Craft event in Perth, Friday December 7th from 4PM-9PM and will have lots of goodies there in person - come say hi!!! ✨
I picked up a scrap of copper and made this while sitting at the breakfast table listening to my 4 year old’s morning soliloquy on her undying and quite devoted love of roses 💕 🌹 💕 .
What should I do with it?!
Memento Mori Brooch/Necklace
“The American Indians had their own tales of the Wendigo, dating back so many years that most who were interviewed could not remember when the story had not been told. The Inuit Indians of the region called the creature by various names, including Wendigo, Witigo, Witiko and Wee-Tee-Go but each of them was roughly translated to mean "the evil spirit that devours mankind". Around 1860, a German explorer translated Wendigo to mean "cannibal" among the tribes along the Great Lakes.
Native American versions of the creature spoke of a gigantic spirit, over fifteen feet tall, that had once been human but had been transformed into a creature by the use of magic. Though all of the descriptions of the creature vary slightly, the Wendigo is generally said to have glowing eyes, long yellowed fangs and overly long tongues. Most have a sallow, yellowish skin but others are said to be matted with hair. They are tall and lanky and are driven by a horrible hunger. But how would a person grow to become one of this strange creatures?
According to the lore, the Wendigo is created whenever a human resorts to cannibalism to survive. In years past, such a practice was possible, although still rare, as many of the tribes and settlers in the region were cut off by the bitter snows and ice of the north woods. Unfortunately, eating another person to survive was sometimes resorted to and thus, the legend of the Wendigo was created.”
- Troy Taylor
This little cannibalistic dove, who rides on wild winds through forests and prairies, is slowly coming to life.