Thursday, November 11, 2010

In the meantime....

If you are wanting to see what I will be selling on the website, I have listed a few things on ebay. The buy it now prices will be the price point of my items. Here are the links:

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Exciting news!!

I am so excited! My cute and very talented brother is creating a website for me to sell all my wares. We have a goal to launch it in the next few weeks. If you would like to know when it gets launched, please leave a comment with your name and email address. I will be the only one viewing your emails.

Tis the season...

...for boutiques. I don't know if you have noticed or not, but a lot of home and gift boutiques are being held this (and next) month. I just went to one yesterday morning and finally got to meet someone that I have only known through the blogging world. She was there selling her rosette bracelets.

(I borrowed this image from her blog.)

The bracelet I bought has multiple bright colors. Perfect for my 10 year old. I would show you a picture, but I left it at work. I'll post it when I get it on Monday.
And speaking of boutiques, I will be at a few of them this month. Well, my items will be at least.

Friday and Saturday Nov. 19-20
Mindy Mae's Market
Destination Homes'
Spring Creek Model
712 North 1875 West
Farmington, UT
Fri. 6-9 pm; Sat. 9am-6pm

Saturday Nov. 20
Pioneer Hall (across 7800 south from Gardner Village)
West Jordan, UT
10 am- 3pm

If you want something that you don't see at either of these two locations, please email me stajnay {at} yahoo {dot} com to order.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Easter Cards

This year for Easter, I made cards for all my nieces and nephews using the Stretch Your Imagination Cricut Cartridge. I pre-cut everything to take to the midnight crop at the Original USA Scrapbook Expo. I spent a good portion of the night assembling them (I have 7 nieces, 6 nephews). Here is the finished project. I ended up putting a tag on the front that said, "Got Eggs?" I know, really original. I liked the end product, and the kids LOVED them.

Products used: cardstock-Bazzill, patterned paper-Basic Grey Lily Kate Collection

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Lucky Me!!

I am really loving the more obscure holidays because of my kids. They are still in awe of the little traditions and celebrations. I have been having some fun with paint and vinyl again.

This is the original idea for the others.

I am loving this saying, It came to me early one morning and I made this later that day.

I made this using my new Ashlynn's Alphabet Cricut Cartridge

Friday, March 5, 2010

Common building use

I love this idea! I know that I saw it on someones blog, but can't remember who's. So, if you know, please tell me so that I can credit them properly.
I hae this short wall between the door to my crafty room and the door to the closet/cold storage area. It is only 22" wide, but I have been wanting to use it for some kind of supply storage. I finally found the perfect idea. The first pic shows the wall, the second shows the transformation.

I cut the raingutter in 18" lengths, added the end caps and attached it to the wall. I was able to screw one side into the stud, but the other side, I had to use an anchor. Total cost for this project: $9.41!! And, I love the results. I am wanting to do this in the kids TV room with all of their books.

**Thanks Keri for letting me know that this project is on Leah Killians blog:

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Love is in the air!

I had so much fun making these cute blocks for Valentine's Day. I hope they put you in a loving mood too!! My favorite is the brown with pink and white vinyl that says "hugs & kisses".

All of these were part of my first batch of consignment items at Farnsworth Farms in Sandy.