All posts tagged artwork

Valentines Gift Idea

Since it’s Valentines Day, I’m sharing a DIY craft that is perfect for your sweetheart! “I Love You Because” dry erase boards are easy and meaningful. I first saw this idea a lot on Pinterest but I made a few changes to make mine a little more unique.

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Featured Louisville Etsy Seller

Today’s featured Etsy seller Stephanie from Weird Woolly Designs.  Her shop features original handmade embroidered artwork perfect for adding a one-of-a-kind piece to your wall! She also creates textile designs that you can find on Spoonflower. You can find other creations such as iPhone covers on her Zazzle shop.

Check out some of my favorite pieces and start shopping!

Read Stephanie’s blog!  http://weirdandwoolly.posterous.com/

 

Anthropomorphism

Wednesday is going to be all about foxes from now on! I love foxes and since my business is named after that mischievous furry little animal what better way to show that love than through weekly blog posts!

Today’s post ties in with my love for Anthropomorphism. I went on Etsy and found a few foxy items that I think you’ll love.

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20 x 200

20 x 200 is all about helping people collect art and supporting artists.  The artwork is affordable and original and new items are constantly being added to the website each week. 11×14 unframed prints are only $60!

http://www.20×200.com/

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Free Monthly Giveaway – Owls

Congrats to Lauren Taylor for winning the December giveaway, a handmade dry erase board! (Remember, each winner is chosen at random) There are still 6 more giveaways though, so don’t worry!

January’s giveaway is all about owls!  The set includes a vintage owl vase and vintage owl artwork.  A few cute little accents to decorate your home with! To be eligible to win just comment on this post about why you love owls!

The winner will be chosen in early February and announced on the blog at the next monthly giveaway.

 

Scarlet Hope Bedroom Makeover

It’s finally finished! My bedroom renovation at the Scarlet Hope house is complete. The Hope House is located in beautiful Crescent Hill and will serve as a transitional home for women in Louisville who want to leave the adult entertainment industry.

Scarlet Hope’s mission is to bring the Hope and Love of Jesus Christ to women in the adult entertainment industry. By sharing the gospel message with these women through action and words we are proclaiming the name of Jesus who is their only Hope to be free from bondage. Scarlet Hope provides resources such as transitional job change, housing, mentoring, transportation and drug rehabilitation.

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Holiday Gift Guide – Men

Buy local for that special guy in your life. Husband, Father, Boyfriend whomever! These gifts are a great way to buy fabulous presents while supporting local artists and businesses.

Sunergos Coffee beans are locally roasted and I think it’s some of the best coffee in town! They also sell great home brewing equipment for the coffee lovers in your life.

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Wink

This website is amazing! You can create your own custom color dry erase paint for any surface!

http://www.wallsloveink.com/

Locally Crafted Holiday Bazaar

On Sunday December 4 from 12-5PM, Mama’s Hip on Bardstown Road will be hosting a locally crafted holiday bazaar. It’s a great way to support your local artists and businesses while buying local this holiday season! Vendors include: Fly Away Fox, Squallis Puppeteers, Female Art Collective, Mickie Winters, and more!

Fly Away Fox will be selling headbands, scarves, ornaments, cake stands, dry erase boards and more! We’ll have new items for sale so stop by and check out our booth!

Mama’s Hip is located at 1559 Bardstown Road in the Highlands Neighborhood.

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Hey Tiger

Hey Tiger is vintage and handmade store located at 1572 Bardstown Road in the heart of the Highlands neighborhood. They sell work by a multitude of local artisans and their inventory scans everything from vintage dresses to screen printed note cards! They’re always posting new photos of items on facebook so make sure to like their page and keep up to date on their latest vintage finds. With the holiday season fast approaching, shopping locally can help you reduce your carbon footprint and support Louisville’s economy.  Hey Tiger offers such a variety of interesting items that you won’t be disappointed. Check out some of their inventory below! (photos from Hey Tiger facebook page)