Monday, September 15, 2008

Etsy


I've put my toe in the water with my "flower cards" my Etsy Shop is OPEN - hoping someone will be interested in buying some. They are some of my favourite pics.
I had a little boy in Grade One who got this little doggy in Lucky Dip. He's in Grade 5 this year and comes to me each time he needs a running repair. This time it was his head coming apart from his body, so I have attached a permanent scarf and a little bell. He has previously had, new snout, new nose, new ears, and new tongue.

. . . woof

22 comments:

Jenny said...

YaY!!!Way to go Annie! They are beautiful images and look very professional! You are bound to win that New Year's Eve bet now!! Love the dog story-how cute!

CurlyPops said...

Sweet cards and a sweet little story...you must be the doggy doctor!

trashalou said...

I'm with Curly Pops, this makes you the Dogtor right? That is where I take my hounds when not well.

picciolo said...

well done Annie, they look great! And it sounds like that doggy couldn't do without you!
: )

wonderwoman said...

the cards look lovely and good luck with your etsy shop - as for the dog he is soo cute and obviously very much loved!

x

MyGemStoneBox by Diane said...

Lucky is absolutely adorable!
Best,
D
http://mygemstonebox.blogspot.com

Melanie said...

Well done Annie. It's a brave step. I keep thinking about maybe doing something on Etsy but haven't taken the plunge. I'm so so pleased for you.

Such a sweet dog. I can see why he is loved a lot. :-)

Chookyblue...... said...

wow great minds think alike.........I have set up the account but not got anything in there yet.......have markets this weekend and again in 4 weeks.........love the pic on the packages........lol.......

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Good luck in your etsy venture - the cards look awesome!!

Leanne said...

Congtrats on the new venture....I had trouble with the ETSY link ???it may be me....I HAVE TO have a card with a chicks bottom on it. Great doggy first aid ...what a great teacher you are...... there should be more of you.

our shabby cottage said...

Go Annie. I hope the shop goes really well - with your wonderful photos how could you not eh? Wow, that little pooch has been very well loved!

Kate said...

Great idea with the cards - your pictures are gorgeous.

Jean said...

Your pictures are one of the very reasons I come visit your blog! Very Beautiful! Well Done on the dogtor help too. So sweet of you to do that for him! Bet some little boy has quite a crush on you!

Catherine said...

Lovely cards and what a sweet story about the pooch...Cathyx

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Your cards look fabulous Annie (especially the one of Chick Chick's bottom!!!) - well done on opening your etsy shop! Lucy x

Cathy said...

Well done, Annie, congratulations - I am sure you will be a great success.

You must be the best teacher to do repairs like that for your students. They must adore you.

Guðrún said...

Isn´t it a new dog then?

Heleen said...

The doggy docter did a great job! there is nothing sweeter than a used cuddle dog!

tcalamity said...

what beautiful cards, must find your etsy shop. I haven't taken that etsy shop step yet, I should really. I think your blog is lovely, I will be coming back again.
xx
t
p.s feel free to peek at my blog.

midgee moo said...

Love the cards, do you also sell them at the local market as well as Etsy?

Jodie said...

Annie, you crack me up - everysingle time !!!
Can't wait for the holidays....

Michelle said...

The cards look great. Always wondered where to get photos printed into cards. Good luck.