Tuesday, October 30, 2012

What's In Store

I recently shared that some of my Studio 791 creations are available for sale at a local gift boutique called Gabby's Jar in Wayne, PA. 
Benna, the proprietor of Gabby's Jar, has created a lovely display of my art and craft items.
I realized, though, that I had not shown you close-ups of some of the new items that I've made available at the shop. 

These first pieces are similar to the altered cabinet cards I created for Halloween for my most recent craft show.  This time, the cabinet cards received a decidedly Christmas treatment, along with some postal embellishments that appeal to my mail art sensibilities:
Positively silly, holiday fun!

Though I'm never the photographer extraordinaire, these photos were taken especially quickly and without consideration for lighting, but I thought they would give you a good sense of the holiday stitched collages I've been working on lately.
No matter how many times I tried, I couldn't get this image to turn!
I have another series of stitched holiday collages available for the Mom-Hosted Holiday Bazaar, happening this Friday evening.  I will post photos of these additional collages in the next day or so.

Check out the left sidebar of this blog for information about all of my upcoming craft shows during the month of November!

5 comments:

laurie said...

such unique finds - i'm sure they will sell well. i love the kitties in the sleigh! if i ever make it to pennsylvania, i will have to check out that fun, little shop.

scrapwordsmom said...

Those reindeer cards are a hoot!!:) Love that you get to have your creations for sale in a shop:)

I have two shows coming up and have hardly anything done. I need to get busy!!!

Caatje said...

Looks really good. I hope you sell out in no time! Better get busy making more stuff. ;-)

April Cole said...

Andria, those are wonderful cards!
Very creative... :]
Once again, congratulations on selling your "artsy" goodies, in the shop. ~xx

Parabolic Muse said...

I wish I could come to look at all your goodies and put some in my pocket!

After paying for them, of course...

I LOVE those framed red patchworks. And the antlers have never looked so cute. Considering the red noses, it seems I have some ancesters I didn't know about.