I’m trying a new thing – Store Envy – when it comes to selling my cards online. Have you tried it out yet? It’s much like Etsy and full of pretty neat things from sellers around the world. You can click on things to save as your favorites and follow sellers to see their new items as they become available too. Here is what my new online shop looks like:
Right now I have 32 card designs available online and will be working on adding things like hand embroidered decorative hoops, felt pins and hair clips so check it out. And if you’re a fan of ShortcakeScraps on Facebook, use the special code for a 15% discount!
Happy shopping! And in case you’re curious to see what goods I’ve found on Store Envy, click below:
It’s an honor to be the feature blogger on today’s post of Market Street Stamps‘ blog. I love the quirky designs that they offer and the super crisp-clean image that you get when using their stamps.
When I received the Foodie Doodles set, I knew right away that I wanted to create something non-card like for a change (oh, I did a card too of course!). It’s a super cute set of nine animated food items created by Kim Geiser of Persimmons Studio. I decided to stamp the images onto an old dishtowel that I cut into 4″x4″ squares, and then hand embroider them to use as wall hangings.
Some of my greeting card designs will soon be available for purchase at the Lynn Arts Gallery store at 25 Exchange Street in Lynn, Massachusetts! If you’re in the north shore area (or just passing through Lynn someday), be sure to stop in to check out some of the other wonderful creations made by local artists.
Lynn Arts Gallery Store
25 Exchange Street
Lynn, MA 01801
P.S. They are also available in my Etsy shop online in case you aren’t near the north shore!
Tune into the PJA Internet Radio today at 3:00 pm (eastern time) to hear a discussion on how non-profits are using social networks to further their mission every day. One of the guest speakers will be Caitlin Gorski, Special Events Assistant at the Greater Boston Food Bank, about her experience with social networks as a way to promote their mission of ending hunger in eastern Massachusetts. I’ve been told by their PR manager that Caitlin will mention ShortcakeScraps!