Wednesday, July 21, 2010

My New Etsy Supply Shop ~~WhatRemains~~

For your creating needs I have opened a new Etsy shop called What Remains. I am always on the lookout for embellishments and vintage goods for my collage and mixed media work, jewelry, altered items and more. So I have decided to open my shop and specialize in what I like to work with best..... vintage and vintage themed items.  German glass embellishments, distressed and aged charms, velvet ribbon rosettes,  vintage bottles, vintage hardware,  grunged and distressed paper goods and more will always be in stock,  with more to come in the future. I hope you take a look at continue to come back to see what new additions I have for your creating needs!









 

8 comments:

ArtSnark said...

looking good! Off to check it all out

Alan blog said...

Good shop. I will see it soon.

Sweet Peripety said...

Oh! Love that vintage hardware!

DeeJae said...

This is my first time visiting your blog which I found through a rabbit trail of art links.

What a special picture; to capture that little hummingbird in a photo. We have hummingbirds visit our feeder but I haven't been able to get any good photos.

Your cabin in Northern Michigan sounds delightful! My family and I love to vacation at Lake Michigan.

I visited your two etsy shops -- your art is beautiful. I've followed you in your sidebar and at etsy so I can get back to look around more. It's late now and I have to be up at 6:00am.

CEDAR JUNCTION said...

Such a cool name for your shop! I'm off to go check them out!

Great big smiles,
Teresa

CEDAR JUNCTION said...

Your shops are great. I like your poison bottles. They are a lot like the bottles I made last week. I am going to try to get them photographed today for Etsy.

Don't you just LOVE Halloween??

Smiles,
Teresa

Alisa said...

Great stuff! Love the hardware!

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