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artmart 2019

Hello Dallas. If you are lucky enough to live here or will be visiting the weekend of November 22-24, be sure to stop by the Bath House Cultural Center for artmart and start holiday gift shopping artfully! I’ll be there selling all my critter creations. Hope to see your smiling faces.
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November 11, 2019 at 1:07 pm Leave a comment

Holiday Extravaganza

Attention Dallas! I’m going to be selling my creations in person for a change of pace.

The shop formerly known as Makers Connect will actually be popping back up, like1565053307293blob Brigadoon, for a short time on Thursday, November 7! Eleven talented artisans, mostly harking back from the glory days of the brick-and-mortar location, will be showing up at Times Ten Cellars, 6324 Prospect Ave, Dallas, Texas 75214 from 5:00 – 9:00 pm.

This show is free to the public. Hope to see your smiling faces in my booth.Makers Re Connect Holiday Art Show

Andrea Smith – Tiny retro gem-stone trees
Chris Unruh – Greeter!
Deborah Herzog – Handmade glass bead necklaces
Eliza Epstein – Sterling and gemstone jewels
Hartline Interiors  – Traci Hutton upcycled wood frames, primitive art dolls, handsewn creatures and more
Kelley Cheek – Leather and died silk velvet-bound journals
Leslie Kregel – Cimarrona upcycled hats and sweater vests
Letter Lounge – Meticulously cut-out books and letters
Patti Haskins – Critter pillows, snake cat toys
Reid Barnhart – Upcycled vest jackets and hats
Robin Ayres – Antique toy parts grouped into necklaces
Soapgirl – Rebecca and David Day’s organic soap and haircare
Tom Sale – Pinky Diablo the Artist in Residence will illustrate you!
Tracy Lynn Tucker – Semi-precious jewelry

October 14, 2019 at 1:16 pm Leave a comment

Time Flies

I really didn’t mean to go this long without updating my blog. Life truly does get in the way sometimes.

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I’ve been busy selling lots of catnip snakes (thank you) and making more to keep up with orders.

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My llama pillows were selected to appear in a juried art show and were purchased there. (Thank you).

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Also I’m working on new wildlife critter pillows that will be on the way to my Etsy shop soon.

coon in progresspossum pattern

Lastly, the saddest was that our dog Mickey died from old age. He was blind, deaf, almost lame but hung in there until his body just couldn’t go anymore. He was adopted as a young adult dog and we guess his age at passing was about 16 years. He is missed.

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I will try to pause and take time to keep you updated on what I’m making, doing and finding interesting these days. Thanks for reading.

May 1, 2019 at 3:15 pm Leave a comment

Holiday Shopping

Consider visiting my and other small shops this holiday season instead of the usual big box store. You’ll be bringing smiles to both the recipient of your gift and the small shop owner. Happy Holidays to you and yours.

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November 23, 2018 at 11:58 am Leave a comment

sssssssssssssssssnakes

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New catnip snake cat toys in the shop. Your cat needs one. Click here to buy.

August 5, 2018 at 10:30 am Leave a comment

Rainy Day Snakes

It’s been raining here in Dallas for days and there’s more to come. Perfect time to replenish my catnip snake stock, my inventory is getting a little low thanks to Hauspanther. I have a pile of flat snakes on my table awaiting their stuffing and soon they will be appearing in my etsy shop. Your cat wants one. Meow. flat snakes to be stuffed.jpg

February 22, 2018 at 12:07 pm Leave a comment

Feline Valentine

Are you a cat person? Is your kitty your one true valentine? Show your love to your kitty with one of my limited edition of 10 Valentine’s Day catnip snake. Get your kitty one today —–> HERE
Purrrrrrrrrrrrrr…………….

January 17, 2018 at 5:05 pm Leave a comment

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