HI all! I'm currently selling my remaining Paige stuffed dolls and cards at 50% off. Some of these items have slight imperfections from my printer, some more noticeable than others.
I hope you're having a great weekend. I'm working on some cardboard ornaments that I saw on Pam Garrison's blog - can't wait to show them to you this week!
Here are my printed greeting cards, also from my original drawings,$1.50 each. The cards are 4"x6" - envelope included.
If you're interested in purchasing any of these dolls or greeting cards posted above, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org (sorry, I just corrected my email address, was posted wrong before) with which one(s) you want, along with your address so I can calculate the shipping costs. I'll send you back the total and will accept Paypal payments.
Once I have your payment, I'll send out your order and update my blog (periodically) and mark which items are sold. Sorry, this is so low-tech for now! Once I make a new set of dolls and cards I'll try to have them available on Etsy.
If you would like to place a special order doll or card (which I can do with my new and improved printing), I will accept orders, but I'll be selling the dolls for $10 each and cards for $3 each + shipping in the future. Any of the doll images can be made into a stuffed doll, just request the number doll you like. Embellishments added to each stuff doll will vary.
And on a last note, I'm excited to be published in the January/February 2015 issue of Somerset Studio.
They published my sticker art method.
As an added bonus in the same magazine, I was thrilled when I also saw one of my my art journal pages available in the section, "Free Artists' Paper & Clip Art. It's printed on perforated heavy card stock, so that it can be easily torn out and used.
How cool is that? I personally always cut those pages out and save them.
One of my paper dolls also made the Somerset Gallery ad...