Hey there, Cutie!
So it begins again, Christmas season is well into full swing again and I’ve been crafting my little booty off making gifts for family & friends, and can I say I’ve fallen in love with some little pastries I’ve made for someone! (Gotta keep the recipient a secret!)
They’re a little jam and pastry pie that we’ve had a family member make for us a few times and it’s so yummy! They always look good and taste like… like delicious sugar! They are jam, after all!
I used bottle caps for the little tin they rest in, aluminium foil to bulk out the inside, layer of textured clay, painted one blueberry purple & one raspberry red, baked them once, added the criss cross, re-baked them, (YES! You can bake acrylic paint! This is honestly the most durable paint ever!!), then painted the criss cross and added my lovely high shiny gloss to the jam below 🙂
Not too hard, the most fiddly part is getting the pastry lines to overlap each other, especially on such a tiny scale. They’re only the size of a bottle cap, after all 😛
Hey there, Cutie!
So these are some seed markers for gardens I’ve made! They help you keep track of what you’ve planted and where. Mind you if your plants have grown as much as ours have had with all this crazy weather you can probably tell what you’ve got easy enough…
I find them super handy when trying to figure out the difference between my garlic and onions, they can be tricky to those as inexperienced as myself and my better half and of course, as the name gives away, when you’ve just planted your seeds at the start of the season (read: half way through the season). We’re both just so proud that something is actually growing! Finally we didn’t kill a plant!
These are available from my Etsy store, being the first things I put up there… So when you have a moment to kill (or your bored and online window shopping like I do) check out my store here: Sarah Pain Crafts
Hey Guys exciting news!I’ve finally pulled the thumb out and started an Etsy store! You can find it: Here!
So far I’ve only got a few things up but if it goes well and (hopefully) when I sell some stuff I’ll add more products! I’ll keep this site posted too when I add anything I think might be interesting!
I’m still working towards my market stall and I feel like I’m getting closer everyday and I’m getting excited! But I was thinking that while I work towards that I might have a look at selling on Etsy.
I’ve made some cute little charms for bracelets and necklaces and am hoping people would be keen to get those!
Has anyone ever sold on Etsy before? What was your experience? Was it easy, hard, didn’t really bother you? I worry about having to supply and send off the charms and i something happens or they get lost you know?
So I’ve been working hard and even got a swanky new printer (I needed one anyway so it just worked out well) but I now have a way of creating Prints of my art! Yeee! I’ve been creating some watercolour pictures, with a theme of elegant skulls, where they’re animal skull masks. Animals have some crazy looking skulls! I think Ram and Bull skulls are my personal favourites but the Bird I did looks pretty 🙂
I’ll have the prints available for sale too if I ever get to a market. I’m checking out Sunbury Village Market this Saturday so fingers crossed its the right environment I’m after!
Here are the few I’ve done so far, let me know what you think!
So I’ve been really eager on the idea of making a heap of little crafties and getting a stall at a market to sell them. Last market I checked out to see if it would be worth selling was a trash and treasure market which was…. mostly trash and less treasure.
Although there was a moment of hilarity when my partner and I found an old box tucked away in one of the stalls that had porn on VHS tapes. Boy that takes you back, VHS porn, lol!
Anyway we’re going to check out our local rotary market this Saturday and if all goes well I shall get a stall for next month!
All the little mandala stones and owls and things I’ve been working on are what I want to sell along with some original canvas work and hopefully some cute little watercolour prints! Might get some more ideas while we’re there as well! If I see anything super interesting I’ll post a picture for you guys!
Hey! So I’ve spent some time playing with my style and trying all sorts of new things. I’ve busted out my India Ink (Speed Ball brand) and my inking nibs. I love the feel of the non scraping the paper and catching on the fibers as I Ink.