DaWanda is a European based shopping platform for handmade products. Every wednesday I pick one of my favorite DaWanda sellers, and share some of there items with you. This week I picked Strassenzirkus.
Every Saturday is Stationery Saturday here at the Tizzalicious blog! I find a stationery and/or paper goods store, and share my favorite items from that store with you. This week I picked Rosy Designs.
Tattoo artist Stefan from DuzIt.nl wrote a very nice piece about Tizzalicious this week! Want to see what he wrote, or view his fantastic work? Just visit DuzIt.nl and look around a bit.
Thank you for the nice feature, Stefan!
I looked around at Stefan's flickr, and found this sketch for a tattoo he did. I love Disney movies (I have a huge collection of Disney DVD's), so obviously I am in love with this!
How do you feel about tattoos? Do you have one (or more) yourself? Do you hate them? Do you like them on other people, but are they not for you? I am in the last category. I love them, but I seem to get bored of things fast (even my pink hair was boring to me after a while!), so I think it's safer for me to just admire other peoples' pretty tattoos instead. Or maybe I should just start chewing bubblegum that comes with temporary tattoos again?
Want to win one of Glamasaurus' awesome collaged necklaces, or a $50 gift coupon for her shop? You can! Just check out her blog, Blogasaurus, and enter the giveaway! The more people enter, the more gifts she is giving away, so spread the word!
After being super lazy during the Holidays, it took me a little while to get back in the swing of things. I just felt like doing nothing all day. Luckily I managed to snap out of that, so I'm being little miss productive again these days.
I have started adding beaded bracelets to the shop. I enjoy making them a lot, so I will definitely be making more in the near future. I still have a pile of things that need to be photographed and added first though, and I need to re-make a bunch of things that sold out in December. I told myself to that first, before making even more new things. I guess my problem is that whenever I have my supplies out to make new stock, my fingers start itching and I want to make new things as well. I wish I could just make 1 of each item, and never make the same thing twice, but with the time it takes to photograph everything, edit the picture and list the items, it's just not worth it with inexpensive items. Not if I ever want to make a living out of this anyway.
What have you been working on? Are your items all one of a kind, or do you make more of each item? And if you do, do you make a whole bunch at once, and sell them until they sold out, or do you make one of each, and re-make them as they sell? Or do you just craft for fun, for yourself and friends?
Sorry for the lack of posts this weekend. I have been feeling pretty bad migraine-wise, so I spent as little time online as possible.
I love this image by Migraine Chick. It reminds me of a dream I had some time ago, in which I did have acupuncture. When I came home I found forgotten pins all over my body. They looked like these sewing pins too, with colorful heads. Weird stuff.
Have you ever tried acupuncture or any other form of alternative treatments for any kind of illness? I tried a lot of different things, from plain weird to things that seem to help a lot of people (like acupuncture). Unfortunately it didn't help for me though. For now I feel a little done with all the treatments. I have had times where I felt there was nothing else in my life besides either having a migraine, or visiting all kinds of doctors and therapists!
I had these earrings and a matching necklace in my shop when I first opened. They were incredibly popular and sold out right away. I got lots of requests for more, but I couldn't find the charms anymore.
Good news for those who wanted them, I have them again! I only have 1 pair though, so be quick if you don't want to miss out on them. You can find them here on Etsy.
DaWanda is a European based shopping platform for handmade products. Every wednesday I pick one of my favorite DaWanda sellers, and share some of there items with you. This week I picked Homelab, a shop full of knitwear to keep you warm!
I didn't finish a single book in December! I don't think that has ever happened!
Movies I watched:
2. Sex & The City
3. He's Just Not That Into You
4. Bad Santa
5. Star Trek 11
6. Night Of The Living Dead (1968 version)
7. Night Of The Living Dead (1990 version)
Addiction Of The Month: Cinnamon Christmas Cookies TV Show Of The Month: Australia's Next Top Model Food of the month: Gourmet/Raclette. With my family on Christmas, and with friends on New Years Eve. Yummie. Best purchase of the month: My hair straightener or the Wii. Both are perfect.Best idea of the month: Closing the shop for the holidays. It was great to be able to relax!
Every Saturday is Stationery Saturday here at the Tizzalicious blog! I find a stationery and/or paper goods store, and share my favorite items from that store with you. This week I picked One Canoe Two.