after the feature on design*sponge last friday, i've been a bit overwhelmed with requests. a new batch is on the way- these need to have their felt bottom put on and then stuffed with beans. i think i am going to have to raise the price a bit because of the amount of time these guys take to make. it really becomes more noticeable when making a large group!
September 27, 2007
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September 20, 2007
i am busy busy busy restocking the shop for the poppytalk handmade market! it is a virtual market showcasing some wonderful artists and will run for the month of october. jan has great taste and she has hand picked all the designers- so it should be an amazing selection of goodies all laid out in one place!
Posted by small stump at 9:44 AM
September 17, 2007
the two devil dogs were outside alone for all of 20 minutes this weekend and they thought it would be fun to work in the garden. we have gopher issues so i suspect they were searching for him, but in the meantime uprooted or buried half the plants. this tiny temporary twine fence has been installed- maybe it will deter them for a few minutes... i wish i had taken a photo of their paws caked with mud but i was too upset to think about it!
Posted by small stump at 9:39 AM
this little assortment will ship out today to our lucky 500th etsy customer in new jersey. it includes a forever cupcake, vintage cotton mushroom assortment, mini birch tube, and a test print from the wooden stones series. thanks and hope you like it karen!
Posted by small stump at 9:35 AM
September 13, 2007
this funny little plastic display box will be added to the etsy shop shortly. it has an assortment of vintage german cotton mushrooms all neatly lined up, ready to pluck for a present or craft project! the box is lined with vintage tree wallpaper and topped with a little white snail.
Posted by small stump at 5:53 PM
September 9, 2007
September 2, 2007
these new nuggets will go into the etsy shop tomorrow. they're gocco printed on a variety of fabrics, then attached to a heavier canvas liner and sewn together. for a nice solid feel they are stuffed with beans. it is so satisfying to just rest one in the palm of your hand.
Posted by small stump at 9:21 PM