- The monthly newsletter sign-up works
- Not all categories have product in them yet
- Payments in Canadian Dollars (CAD) are securely handled offsite via Paypal or by Local Pick-up
- Check-out and Registration work seamlessly
- Gift cards will be available soon
- Flat rate shipping for Canada, USA and internationally
- You can shop by colour or other…
- This site is a work in progress
- Eight months is a long time to be keeping a domain name secret
- Digital downloads will be available sooner than later and be licensed in a happy CC kind of way
And after all this, if you notice a glaring bug, don’t hesitate to contact me, or if, you just want to say something that won’t cause me angst about this site… those words, phrases and sentences are most, welcome to.
…along with Unusual artwork by Christy Zaragoza and Nature artwork by Holly Ward Bimba. Each set of lockets features five different interchangeable lids.
This was one of the huge secrets I’ve been keeping from you for months until the catalog came out! You can also find the sets of lockets which are handmade by Polarity on the Uncommon Goods Website.
If you or your company is interested in licensing my artwork for use on your product do drop me a line.
A little while back I announced that the Sassy Sea Urchin and George the Fish were available on a recycled locket set by Polarity. They are no longer available due to some exciting news which I can’t tell you about… yet.
To take their place I offered Polarity the rights to use the Four Seasons Tree Series to feature on a locket set with four interchangeable lids. Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall…
The set is stunning and for sale in my shop now!
And if you are looking for the Four Seasons archival print sets (8×8 inch and 5×5 inch size) they can be found in the Print Sets Section of my shop.
Polarity also writes and authors a fantastic blog! Go and say hi to her!
AnythingIndie is hosting a giveaway of the Sea Life Polarity Locket Set featuring my artwork the Sassy Sea Urchin and George the Fish.
Giveaway closes on April 10th, 2009. Go Enter!
A couple of weeks ago Cat AKA Polarity a fantastic jewelry artist on Etsy contacted me to collaborate on a new line of recycled artist lockets she was introducing into her shop. This is the result of that collaboration!
I am entering the November Modish Draw – part one by using the Broadcast Method (described below) and you can to if you are a blogger.
The total prize is worth $778 USD!
You could win a gorgeous assortment of handmade goods from artisans and crafters worldwide. And if you don’t win simply visit their respective shops listed within the contest post directly below the pictures and support the handmade movement happening right now online.
Visit the Modish blog today and enter to win via comment and link or write a post on your blog about the draw to enter. And don’t forget to leave your comment with the link to your post within that comment or you could be disqualified… Ahhhhh!
The Broadcast Method via Modish:
Help me spread the word about the giveaway! Just post about the giveaway (and how rad it is on your blog, myspace/facebook page, on flickr, twitter, whatever social network you’re into… be sure to include a link back to Modish so people can enter! Then, come back to this post and leave a comment stating that you wrote about the giveaway, with a link to your post so I can check it out! That’s it! You can post in multiple places if you’d like, just leave a comment with a link to each for separate entries. Also, feel free to use the photo below (or those that follow) and link to any of your favorite giveaway participants in your posts!
I am very partial to the Owl Gocco Print set by Kerry Beary and also the linen and silk “Logan” clutch by Fiazco.
I’ll be entering on Twitter to with a much smaller post, of course, for Twitter only allows 140 characters including space breaks.
And thank you Jena for another way to enter the giveaway!
In September, Esther and Estalla from Turkey of Star of the East contacted me about doing a business card for them featuring the Sassy Sea Urchin illustration of mine.
And I agreed. Their jewelry is whimsically detailed and my illustrations seemed to jive well with their beautiful style.
I began working on the design initially using the Sassy Sea Urchin. I thought it out more then migrated the design to an existing starfish illustration that worked better for their own identity and name than the urchin. I am so pleased with the result and so are they.
It was great working with you both! Thank you.
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