Sunday, February 28, 2010
Our girl is completely handmade and is available to you right now on our blog.
These ornaments are going very fast so do not hesitate to order. She is a beauty and will brighten up your home for the Spring. You are puchasing our girl in pink with the parasol only in this listing. Item must be boxed to protect the art work.
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OH SO ENCHANTING....I have always loved making these ornaments. Our IMPORTANT LOOKING MR. RABBIT was taken from a 1900's vintage postcard and recreated here just for you in a Victorian bump chenille Easter ornament. He is all dressed up for the Easter parade and carries a beautiful bouquet of millinery flowers. He has real feathered angel wings because he is so angelic. His legs are real chocolate colored bump chenille which make him so lively and fun. He is sugared with German, glitter dust to make him look magical. The marabou boa makes this so soft and spring-like. He is 3 inches wide and an impressive 8 inches tall from the top of the golden display loop to the tip of his chenille paws. Final sale. Place this on your feather tree or door knob or hat rack or peg. Attach to an Easter basket or just decorate everywhere with our Victorian bump chenille ornaments. Love our rabbits in a vignette with dolls and bears and other rabbits of course. Whimsical, enchanting, and irresistible! Altered art at its BEST!! This would make the best hostess gift to give to that special someone that is having you over during the Easter holiday. Note: item must be boxed to protect art work. If you have a favorite rabbit image that you would like made into a Victorian bump chenille rabbit ornament, contact me, and we can discuss the possibilities. Do check out my other images, and if you see something that you like and want made into a bump chenille ornament, we can discuss that as well. I welcome custom designed orders, and I will work with you to make just what you want. Thank you.Please note...the other items you see in the photographs are not for sale. You are purchasing the Victorian Easter bump chenille ornament described in detail above only in this listing. Contact me at email@example.com with your email at PayPal to purchase this item. These ornaments are selling very fast so do not hesitate to purchase.
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Tuesday, February 16, 2010
I am offering any one of these images on a 8 1/2 x 11 inch fabric sheet. You will receive two identical 5 x 7 inch fabric blocks on this sheet. You choose which one above. Please describe when ordering. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your PayPal email address. FREE SHIPPING IN THE USA RIGHT NOW. EACH FABRIC SHEET IS $14.00. We use the best printer, great original images and excellent fabric to make these fabric blocks for you. Check out my feedback in my Ebay and Etsy store to find out what people are saying about our fabric blocks. This is the best quality you can buy in fabric blocks today. Don't miss. This is a limited time offer. There is a water mark on each of the images pictured. It will never appear on a fabric block you purchase from me.
Friday, February 12, 2010
I have had some requests for my jars. So today I created yet another one. I always enjoy making hand crafted candy jars like this every year with different vintage images from our antique postcard collection. This image of the handsome rabbit in a waist coat and the little girl in pink is the perfect candidate to reproduce in fabric on to this darling glass jar. The jar is 5 1/2 inches high and the ivory biscuit top is metal and is 3 1/2 inches in diameter. The image appears on the glass front, top and on a hang tag which is perfect to place a name on for gift giving. The jar says "MY JELLY BEANS". There are two gorgeous French ribbon streamers. SEW PRETTY! Everyone wants their own jelly bean jar. This makes a perfect gift to anyone who likes jelly beans. Fill it up and give it to yourself or a friend this holiday.
The jar is clear glass. It is absolutely DARLING. You can wipe off the fabric images with a damp cloth. PLEASE CONTACT ME at email@example.com with your PayPal
email if you wish to purchase. Thank you.
Thursday, February 11, 2010
Thank you so much for all the interest and support you give my offerings on Ebay and Etsy. I have started to present items on my selling blog IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE right here.
I have had this ornament in my minds eye for several days now. Actually could not sleep this morning at 4 AM for want of creating it.
First I took a hand blown real egg and bedazzled it with an abundant amount of real German silver fairy dust. Next I fashioned this Victorian rabbit also bedazzled with opulent German glitter. The Victorians loved to create this way. A bit of luscious marabou boa gives the rabbit ornament a whimsical flare. Note the pink millinery flowers and golden loop for display. Accomplishing this creation was no easy task...just getting the fairy dust on the egg was overwhelming...none the less it was a labor of love and I adore the results. If you like this feather tree ornament do not hesitate to buy because the next time you look it may vanish. Place this on a peg, door knob, chair, step back or Easter basket. Give to a friend and make their day. This is a final sale please. There will be more ornaments for your consideration and I have others listed on Ebay under the seller Summersdarling and Etsy under the seller name THEVELVETRABBIT. Collect them all. They look very sweet with dolls and bears and collectibles as I have shown you in the photographs.
The rabbit and egg together are an impressive 5 inches long including the golden loop for display. The rabbit sports chocolate brown bump chenille legs. You are purchasing the Victorian rabbit sitting on the egg only in this listing. The other items are not for sale at this time. Thank you for viewing. Item must be boxed to protect the art work. Please CONTACT ME AT SUMMERSDARLING@HOTMAIL.COM with your PayPal email if you wish to purchase.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Do you have an idea for a jar you would like me to make. Just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . I will see what I can do. I love making jars. It is sew much fun. This one is a vintage gallon jar. I have the image of this darling girl framed in my bath and I think this jar sitting on the counter with some homemade bath salts would be delightful How about you?