Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Not enough time


There really isn't enought time to do all the things I want to do. How can I blog everyday or everyother day for that matter. I do what I can do, Blog when I have the time.

SO I wanted to tell you about the Meet Your Maker Last Friday. I only sold one hat. But thats ok, I still had fun. Meet some new artist to the Eugene area. Kelly L Keiler from http://cannibaleclectic.etsy.com/


Kelly has so totally cute Yo-Yo necklaces go check them out.

Next is Bree from http://breesway.com/ very unique photograhy bottle cap jewelery:









contact these gals for some unique paper art at Emc Papercrafts at emcegg@gmail.com and
Jessica Brekher at jessbrek@gmail.com
Crye's Creations http://crye.etsy.com.etsy.com for Art Dolls, bottle cap art, Cards and earings:
Find her at Saturday Market

Sarah lomba from http://sjane.etsy.com/ check out her snowman and house Ornaments:


Laura Long and her lovely cozy beret made from 100% alpaca and scarfs at http://lldesigns13.etsy.com/ :



Ericca Heim (pretty Bags) of http://bellyballo.etys.com/:


BeBe Babbies and Friends by Casie Brabham The most cutest Babies dolls any lil hands would love. Check her goods out at http://casienipper.etsy.com/ :





Kristin Leigh Walker from http://www.twinravens.com/ and http://twinravenspress.etsy.com beautiful card :




Smarty Pants at http://www.luckylisp.etsy.com/ Very cute re-imagined with hand-embroidered on baby clothes and accessories:



Jamie Burress at http://skullandbonesproductions.com/ and at http://JamieBurress.etsy.comfor some very coolFused glass and hand made accessories:




"In the Groove" baby Slings for Mama's and Papas on the Move by Polly Nelson at (541-912-6271)



Alythered.etsy.com Alysse my very cool neighbor who got the best wrist warmers on etsy and very cute gnomes!
Aly, got her amazing Wool Felted creations from http://PracticalRabbit.etsy.com:
and My Pixie HoodE's
Megan from http://lapetitevie.etsy.com/ for some facial care, bath and body care, and cleaning supplies:




THANK YOU to Amy and Megan who are the Brains of 'Meet Your Maker'! Thanks you 'The Broadway" who not only hosted the event in their fine establishment, but also sponsored it. Meet Your Maker is also sponsored by : Letter Head, the local fine purveyor of enchanting paper goods and gifts. The Divine Cupcake makes the best organic vegan cupcakes. Craft magazine - a constant source of inspiration and know-how for us DIY folks
So go check out these great shops for some fabulious gifts.
~Melissa

5 comments:

Bagladee said...

Sounds like fun, great photos of everyone.

Crystal Raen said...

Sounds like you had tons of fun despite only selling one item. :-) Love the music on ur blog too!

missknits said...

ohhh sounds like such fun!! sorry you didnt sell more though! but glad to hear you had a good time meeting so many people!

Susan Tuttle said...

Thanks for all these great links. Thank you also for the kind words on my book!

I love your play list.

Susan

Brandon said...

thanks everyone
:0)