Sunday, July 6, 2008

New shop and I'm, once again, running a day behind

Hello all! My busy week is over and I'm about to start a new one so I'm taking this short bit of free time to announce our (my mom's, sister's and my) new etsy shop. We only have these goodies listed right now




but in the next week or so we'll have more. We've been hording stuff, mostly stuff our mom has been making, for about 6 months meaning to open the shop but finally, this weekend got around to doing it. Hey, all you other procrastinators have nuthin on me. We each are eventually going to have stuff listed under the one shop (it's called Generations At Work) but at the moment there are just my few things. The three "shops" or product lines are Our Mom Knits, GrapeApe Products, and, of course, CrissyGirl Creations and the items will eventually range from magnets to ceramics to quilts to knitted/crocheted throws to who knows what else. So please please check it out. And if you're so inclined you can hit the I <3 this shop button too.

As far as running a day behind, my This is post will (for the 3rd week in a row) be posted a day late...I'll get back on track next week, I promise!

10 comments:

edward and lilly said...

What a fabulous idea to have 3 generations working together in one shop, I'm going to check it out xx

JustJess said...

Thanks for visiting my blog! Both of yours are a great read - must make a cuppa and catch up!

Sharon said...

Good luck with the shop, it's looking good! (but I don't think your link is working!)

.girl ferment. said...

Those back ones look like tasty macaroons. Yum. Congrats on opening your shop, so nice to share with your ma and sister.
xx

Stacey said...

I look forward to keeping an eye on your shop.
Your little dog is too cute!

Juddie said...

Hey Sasparilla Sue,
Good luck with your etsy shop. Those fabric-covered goodies do look very inviting!

Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog too - I can totally relate to your childhood scrapbook experiences. I remember keeping cardboard swingtags from new clothing, thinking that one day they might be extremely valuable ... unfortunately no iconic designer labels, more like the little local shop from a small seaside town for me! But it's fun to browse back through and remember what I thought was pretty or important as a child :-)

All the best,
J

Kirsty said...

I love the fact that you & your sister & your mum are all working on this together. Well done.

Sasparilla Sue said...

Thanks everybody for the good luck wishes!!

Thanks, Sharon, for letting me know about the link. I re-did it so hopefully it works now.

one little acorn said...

Well done on the Etsy shop. What a great thing to do with you Mum and sister and I love the name too. Good luck with the sales!

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

Congratulations on your new store! Everything looks gorgeous.

Mmm... I'm still late with my This is.. post this week. Still having trouble deciding what to post....