Friday, August 28, 2009

New Etsy Stuff for Halloween

Snce I moved to mom's, my mind is full of ideas to get money, from English private lessons (btw, I got my first student.. Guess I already told you guys about that...) to dog walking, and I also created items for my Etsy shop. Lots of keyrings! My niece taught me how to make these cute fabric flowers, and I decided adding a spooky touch, putting a small felt skull in the middle of them, inspired on Holly's first blog Skull Blossom - not the first time she inspires me for my crafts! They ended up really cool, and even my nephew's gothic friends now want one, which is simply great... I also created some big skull keyrings, and just posted them at the shop, let's see if they're "saleable"!
Here are some of them What do you think?

8 comentários:

intothedawn said...

They're great, Nydia! You are so creative! I love all your witchy stitchery. **hugs**

Tori said...

I love them! They's so cute and spooky. I wish I could make things like this!

Janet said...

I think they're great and I'm sure others will, too. You have so many good ideas....just keep creating things.

greekwitch said...

Here in Greece we do not celebrate Halloween and i have a fascination with that particular holiday. So when someone posts or makes something about it, i am very intriqued. Until now your stuff are the most adorable and unique i have seen. A halloween keyring! You are very talented.

Bohemian Single Mom said...

Awesome Nydia!
Yay for you for working so hard to make your own money again.
xo

Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Oh Nydia, you give me too much credit. I would never think up something so cool to actually make in real life!!! That is your beautiful creativity at work!

I hope those sell. I would think those would sell wonderfully well...

Thx for sending me your new address, I will get the little books sent to you, the mail did not take too long last time!

Rambling Rose said...

Very nice.

Anonymous said...

Those are awesome! I just saw something somewhat similar to the keychain on etsy, where they sewed them together into a garland - but they were $60 with only a few skulls on them!