Argh! I had this two-thirds done and then an ill-fated keystroke wiped it out.
Well, time to reconstruct.
Anyway. As I had been saying the first time 'round. I know this series won't be done in time for the winter holidays (cat illness has thrown off my schedule something fierce), but there are plenty more occasions for which you might want to support an artist and buy a loved one something unusual and special at the same time. Birthdays. Late holiday presents. Thank-you gifts. Anniversaries. So, I definitely plan to finish this series, even if it won't be done in time for the holidays!
Note that I can't be sure all the crafters shown here sell their work. It can't hurt to ask them if you're interested in buying; worst case they say no, and maybe enough requests would convince them to go into business. As far as prints, however, I've carefully picked pieces of art that are actually available as prints as of my visit this morning.
And now for the shameless self-promotion part of things. We now have two shops at which we sell our crafts, one at Etsy
and one at Shop Handmade
. I like the latter's policies better, and can price things a little lower there due to their lower fees, but Etsy has a far better user interface, particularly for shopkeepers listing items. Oh well. So, we'll keep both. Anyway, here are a few pieces you'll find at these shops:
Also, since it's so close to the holidays, I've been giving each order sent within the US a free upgrade to priority shipping, and will continue to do so through the end of the week!
Lastly, but certainly not least, please wish one of our cats, Selene, well. She's had some digestive issues (I know that doesn't sound like much, but it can be dangerous, and has made her dangerously aggressive toward her brother) and it's turned the house upside-down. We're dosing her with meds three times a day now, so hopefully she'll feel better soon...
Visit ErrantDreams.etsy.com [link]
and ErrantDreams.shophandmade.com [link]
for handmade jewelry, bookmarks, and gift bags!