Monday, November 22, 2010

Thanksgiving project for kids…..

Here is a fun project for the kiddos and it’s cute enough to display on the Thanksgiving table._B218389

All you need is some fall colored pipe cleaner, wiggly eyes, large brown puff balls, craft foam sheets and a pine cone for each pine cone turkey. Use one of the big pine cones like you see in the photos.

Maybe you don’t have any pine cones laying around or perhaps yours are covered with snow already like mine. Then use those cinnamon scented pine cones that you can get at the craft store.

My 5 and 6 year olds made these and they are so cute!



Monday, November 08, 2010

Cookin’ it Up with AbbyChase

I promised a new recipe in my last post, unfortunately the recipe I had hoped to share didn’t turn out like I expected so I have to take it back to the kitchen for perfecting before I share it. However, I did try this recipe the other day and it is super yummy. It’s not something that I will make often, because it is time consuming, but it is a nice treat on a special day for those who have a love for yummy hearty breakfast.

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1 cup Old Fashioned Oats

1 cup flour

1/2 cup brown sugar

2 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp baking soda

1 tsp cinnamon

1/4 cup chopped walnuts

3/4 cup sour cream

3/4 cup milk

2 large eggs

1 tsp vanilla

2 ripe bananas – mashed

3/4 cup raisins (optional)

1 stick butter (melted)

Mix oats, flour, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon, and chopped nuts in a bowl. In another bowl, mix the sour cream, milk, eggs, and vanilla. Whisk the wet ingredients in the second bowl. Then mix the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients until they are combined. Fold in the mashed bananas and raisins. Finally, stir in the melted butter.

Heat griddle and lightly oil. Then pour 1/3 cup of batter onto the hot griddle. Cook until bubbles for on the top and then turn. About 2 minutes on each side.

This is one of the yummiest pancake mixes I have ever made and it really sticks with you. Serve some bacon on the side and enjoy with a big glass of milk:)

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Pattern Reveal…..

eBook Pattern.... Seat Belt Covers for your Car...... Just in time for Christmas........ by AbbyChase Designs


Ok, the final tweaks have been made and the pattern is finished! Thank you to Ashlee of Tweet Baby Designs for testing this pattern last week!

The best part is that they are ready just in time to get your Christmas gifts started:)


This pattern is for the Adult Seat Belt Cover like shown below.eBook Pattern.... Seat Belt Covers for your Car...... Just in time for Christmas........ by AbbyChase Designs








If you would like to see the baby and children’s seat belt covers made available in eBook pattern too, then leave me some comments and I will start working on that right away. Baby Seat Belt Covers............ by AbbyChase Designs......... Girl or Boy .....Customize your fabricIf I get a start on it right away, I can have it ready for you in time to make lots of Christmas gifts!






Well, it’s time for me to get back to work. I have some more things in the works and a yummy fun recipe coming up in the next posts!

Stay tuned,



Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Two new items from AbbyChase!

As promised, here are two of the newest items that I have been working on.BabySeatbeltCovers4

I have been working on these cute little seat belt covers for a while now. Since I don’t have any babies anymore, I have to wait until I see my sister and her baby to try them out. So I finally got everything worked out perfectly and they turned out adorable. There are two in the set and they fit perfectly on each of the straps in the car seat. My niece loves hers. Earlier this summer we made a long trip to Washington since my niece had some neck problems, her physical therapist had my sister keep props in her car seat that would position her correctly so she could keep her neck straight and that made those seat belts rub on her neck even more. So I made her a set of these little cuties for the long trip and it made a world of difference for her. I started thinking about how many babies get their neck rubbed on those pesky seat belts and realized that I should make them for sale. That was how they got their start:) I wish I had thought of this when my kids were babies.

Speaking of that long trip….. We took our kids on this long trip too and my kids started complaining about KidsPurplePaisleySBC3the seat belt rubbing on their neck, so I gave them two of my seat belt covers and they told me I should make them some too.  When we got back, I started working on some smaller “kid size” seat belt covers for them. Of course I was thinking of you when kids tested them and loved them. I am sure my kids aren’t the only ones that need cushies for their seat belts too. 

Both of these items would make wonderful Christmas gifts this year. You can even custom order a whole set for the family in coordinating fabrics! Just convo me in my Etsy Store and we can work out the details.

Well it’s back to the sewing machine for me now. I have some fun stuff for mom in the works. So stay tuned.

Get the baby seat belt covers here.

Get the kiddo seat belt covers here.

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Are you listless?

As a business owner, designer, mother of 5, wife, and student; lists are an important part of my day…Let me rephrase that. Lists are the only thing that makes sense of my day and they are critical to my sanity!

Sometimes I will sit down the night before and make out my list of To Do’s for the next day and sometimes I will sit down first thing in the morning while drinking someimage tea and make my list for the day. I have lists of all types. For example, I have my To Do list, my short term goals, long term goals, bills, books to read, movies to watch, places to see, and on and on. I guess you could say I am a list junkie:) Without my list, I aimlessly bounce from one task to another, but at the end of the day I start to remember the important things that I should have done that day, but forgot because I hadn’t written them down.

With that said, lists are extremely important to me, but equally important is keeping my list manageable. There have been many times when I have so much that I want to do and I will write it on my To Do list. Pretty soon, my list is two pages long and totally impossible to get finished in one day. I work on a few things and the list eventually ends up mixed up with some papers in my inbox. I later find it (usually when I’m filing) and can cross off a couple of items, but nowhere near enough to call it complete. This gives me a sense of failure, because I cannot complete the list, it frustrates me and causes me to feel unnecessary stress. So my solution to that problem was the “long term” and “short term” goals list. That is where I write down the things I want to get done, but they are not pressing at the present time. The other solution to the problem is to make much smaller To Do lists. The To Do list is for stuff I need to get done TODAY only and stuff that I know I can actually accomplish in one day. This way I can check them all off, complete them all in one day and not feel overwhelmed. Looking at a much shorter list in the morning gives me confidence that I can actually complete it and it also gives me ambition to get started on it.

That’s another thing…. It’s much easier to accomplish a lot of things in a day if you start with the first thing. If I grab my list and go over it while sipping my tea first thing in the morning, I find myself accomplishing most of my list before the kids even get home from school!

If you want to print a copy of the list shown above for your personal use, feel free to print it from my Flickr photos.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Fall… Winter… Holidays… Already??

As I stood outside today, waiting for the bus to pick up my Kindergartner, I looked up on the C Camera 202 copy 3hill behind my house and realized that the entire mountainside has changed. Fall is here! I can’t deny it any longer, FALL IS HERE!

Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE Fall, but it never lasts long enough here in Idaho. Before we know it, there will be snow on the ground and it will be freezing.

So I always enter Fall with a little apprehension, but the time has come, Fall is in full swing and it’s time to embrace it!

With that said…. The Holiday Season is quickly approaching and I am working on some really awesome stuff for you guys!

_9108009The past 3 weeks, I have been working hard to get some new things ready for your Holiday Gift Giving season and I am pleased to say that I have another eBook pattern that will release later this week. I also have some new items that I will be listing in my Etsy Store that will be perfect for gift giving and I am trying to narrow down a couple Create-a-Long projects that I can post here on my blog.

So, as I hurry through my never ending To-Do list trying to get lots of things ready the holidays, I am open for ideas and suggestion on what you would like to see from AbbyChase  this holiday season. Do you want more eBook patterns, so you can make things yourself? Or would you rather I make some things that are ready-to-ship for the holidays?

With all this talk about holidays and giving, it puts me in the mood to give:)

So leave me a comment and tell me what you want to see from AbbyChase this holiday season and I will pick one random comment to receive my newest eBook pattern FREE!

Sunday, September 12, 2010

The secret is out………….

As promised……… The latest eBook pattern in the AbbyChase line is finished!


Ok, so it’s not actually available yet, but it’s ready for testing. I am looking for one or two more testers at this point. Just leave me a comment if you want to test it:)

I need it tested this week and tester spots go quick, so sign up fast!




Friday, September 10, 2010

User Reviews….

I had the pleasure of reading a user review of my Incognito Wallet eBook incognito2

on the Above All Fabric blog. Ashlee from Tweet Baby Designs had so many nice things to say about the pattern. I was actually blushing a little;)

If you were wondering whether to buy the Incognito Wallet eBook, be sure to stop over and check it out. There are some great photos of the wallet she created too!


And if you are looking to make a bag to match, check out this one.


Oh, and before I go…. I have a little secret to tell you.

I can’t say a lot, but I have another eBook almost finished. I hope to have it finished this weekend. So keep your eyes peeled. I will be looking for one or two more testers.

Tuesday, September 07, 2010

Great news for mommies and photographers!

_8257917The kids are back in school now, which leaves me some free time to blog and get some loose ends tied up. I have been working on some new patterns and eBooks, but with the kids all running around, I never found enough minutes in the day to finish them up.

Now with all this time on my hands, I have managed to finish up the eBook I was working on over the summer and get another one started!

It all started with me…. I needed a new bag that was cute and resembled my style, so I started working on a new camera bag for me. One that would have pockets inside and a padded divider for my lenses. I loved it and used it all the time. Then I had a request for a diaper bag just like my camera bag. So I made another bag like mine in a cutesy baby print for the new mommy to be. After that, I have had several requests for more diaper bags.

So this brings me to my latest eBook:) I know there are many many mommies andCover photographers out there who can sew and would rather make their own, so I created the new Camera/Diaper Bag eBook. The testers loved it and it is now available in my etsy shop!

Wait, it gets better…

For a short time, I am offering it at a super introductory price. So all you DIYers get over there and get your copy.  You could even make it to match your Incognito Wallet!

Well, it’s off to getting things finished up for me. Hope your day is sew great!

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Testers Needed

Hey everyone,

I am looking for a couple more testers to test my new eBook pattern. If you are interested in testing this pattern, leave me a comment with your email address and I will get back to you. The testers will need some sewing experience, but not a lot.



Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Trying something new….

Hey everyone, I just found this new site to sell things. I haven’t heard of it before today, so I thought I might try it out and see how it does. It’s created by Matt from 1000 Markets, so I trust it.

I'm Selling This:

Bixbe SALE! e-boo...

Buy Now!

Guess what else! I am offering my e-book at a great sale price this week on Bixbe to try it out. Stop by and get your copy:)

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Back in business!

Sooooo………… it’s been a hectic summer already. The kids have already been out of school for almost a month and it doesn’t seem like it.

We recently moved and I had to close my shop to everything except e-books while we moved. Besides the constant rain, the move went well and now we are getting settled. It’s so nice to relax in the country again. I have missed it so.

Here’s a peek at what beauty all the rain has provided us.Rainy-day-flower-(1-of-1)-copy-2I just love the colors and blooms finally showing their beautiful face. Anyway, my shop is open again and those who have patiently awaited the return of the ever famous Incognito Wallets, they are back in stock and I’ve got some more to list this month. Customs are always welcome too!

Rainy-day-flower1-(1-of-1)-copy-2  So now that we are back in business, what’s next? Well, it’s definitely cute, cool and fun for the little ones:) That’s all I can say for now, but there is more to come and I promise, all the little mammas will love them!

Saturday, May 29, 2010

Shop of the Week - NovaScotiaBeachGlass


Summer Blue - A Seaglass necklace from Nova Scotia
This week, the Etsy Twitter Team is featuring NovaScotiaBeachGlass for our Shop of the Week. NovaScotiaBeachGlass is the creation of Lori Stewart who collects seaglass from the beaches of Nova Scotia. She hunts the beach with her black lab, Willow, looking for beach glass, seaglass, driftwood and any other treasures the sea might reveal to her. She turns these treasures into lovely works of wearable art: pendants and necklaces.
Lori told me that beach glass is also called seaglass or mermaid’s tears. "This collectible is formed after years of tumbling in ocean waves, softening the sharp edges of shards of broken glass. Sea glass originates from man-made trash - bottles or jars tossed overboard ships or dumped with other garbage into the ocean, where they would break into pieces and tumble around. Most sea glass found today dates before the mid 1960's (when plastics became the norm). A perfectly smooth piece may have been in the ocean for decades, even a century. Collectors value the glass for its beauty and the mystery of its history - whose hand might have held the original item? What story might the sea glass tell?"
Lori appreciates the history and romance of her chosen material. She says there is nothing so soothing as to handle seaglass. In addition to her interest in recycling the vintage seaglass, Lori also expresses her artistic nature using resin. While she is always experimenting with new designs, this year she would like to improve her jewelry photography.
Lori ships worldwide and the interest in her work is ever growing. "I've been asked to do a home several stores have expressed interest in displaying my necklaces." On the Twitter front, Lori likes to keep people interested by tweeting a little about everything...not just about Etsy and her shop.
Electric blue - A Seaglass necklace from Nova Scotia

NovaScotiaBeachGlass is offering
Free shipping for the month of May to
Canada and the US
Also, a sale: 25% off orders over $100.00

Etsy Shop:

Written by Judy of Wellspring Creations

Thursday, April 29, 2010

Etsytwitter Shop of the week….

Shop of the Week: SouthPawStudios

Our EtsyTwitter Team Shop of the Week is South Paw Studios, which offers handcrafted jewelry by Toledo, Ohio artist Katy Mims. She not only makes necklaces, bracelets and earrings, but she has a unique bridal line. Her styles incorporate faceted gems, Venetian glass, pearls and precious metal. As she puts it, it "brings the jewelry to life."
Here is my interview with Katy!
Me: What do you want your customers to know most about your products?
Katy: I feel that I offer functional jewelry that you can wear everyday with jeans and a simple white t-shirt, yet you can wear it to a formal function if preferred. I don’t want my customer to seem pressed on the thought of “I love this necklace, but where am I going to wear it?” I want them to be more, “I love this necklace, and I can wear it with anything”. I want there to be “No Fuss”. Jewelry shouldn’t be complicated, it should be enjoyable. That is why I feel I create jewelry that is much more appealing and affordable to a wider range of woman, from the younger jewelry lover to the seasoned shopper.
Me: What inspires you to create?
Katy: I get inspiration from everything from a shower curtain, to sunsets. I know that sounds cliché, but really there are great color combinations in sunsets. I also get my muse from new supplies. I really have an addiction to beads and gems. I buy way to much stuff, but I just cant help myself. Having new supplies really keeps me excited to sit at my work bench for hours on end.
Me: What is your favorite thing about your craft?
Katy: This question is tricky, but when I sit down and think about it, one of my favorite things about my craft is it is very competitive, but that keeps me on my toes. I like a little friendly competition. With jewelry, I love that everyone can take part in this particular medium. It is a little piece of wearable art that you can take with you and wear with pride every day, to work or even the grocery store. It makes art become functional. I love that it is an appealing part of the art world that seems to be able to survive even in the hardest of times.
Me: What are your Twitter tricks of the trade?
Katy: I really don’t have time to log in and out of all the accounts I use online on a daily basis, so I use Facebook, primarily to twitter from. I used to use Tweetdeck, but it started to have some glitches a little while back, and I just couldn’t seem to find the right patch. I am sure it is fixed by now, but again, TIME! So anyways, I linked my Facebook fan page to my Twitter account and “whola” I get two birds with one stone (no birds were actual harmed in this sentence) and only have to type something once. I may not seem like much, but it is a time saver for me and works just great.
Me: What is one of your business resolutions for the New Year?
Katy: I really want to beat each month’s sales, compared to last years, and have my profit margin higher as well. To achieve this I feel a combo of getting more money per piece, and as well as tighten down on my expenses / cost of goods sold (COGS) will help me reach my 2010 business new year’s resolution.

This week, Katy is offering a special Etsy Twitter Team Shop of the Week Discount! 15% off all regularly priced items, now thru May 2nd. Enter code “Etsytwitter15” in message to seller during checkout. Discount will be refunded via Paypal.

ALSO: special promo item, these earrings will be on sale for only $7, regularly $16, no code necessary.

Etsy Shop



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Written by Judy

Monday, April 19, 2010

GO GREEN WITH THE ETSY TWITTER TEAM! April 15-22, 2010 post title


I am please to announce that the Etsy Twitter Team is throwing an eco-party, and everyone is invited to celebrate Earth Day / Week!

From April 15-22, 2010, the Etsy Twitter authority for online and handmade products, will be offering a multitude of green handcrafted products, tips, and ideas at

Members of the Etsy Twitter Team will offer giveaway prizes, discounts and eco-friendly tips on ways to reduce, reuse and recycle in creating handmade items and shipping them.

Come back here to our team page: for participating shops/giveaway information every day from APRIL 15-22 for your chance to learn and win amazing eco- friendly prizes!

This Going green tip has been provide to you by Linda of LindaB142 shop on etsy!

Going green tips:

1. Recycle glass bottles by re-using them to hold pens, beads, buttons, or other craft supplies.

2. Use smaller bottles to make candles using a combination of old and new wax.

3. Recycle packaging materials that you receive by reusing bubble mailers, bubble wrap for your outgoing orders.

This week when you enter our giveaways please keep in mind the following-->

How to enter the giveaways:

~Please leave individual comments with a shop name and/or email address I can contact you if you win! Each entry counts as one entry and I will use a randomizer to pick the winner.

~Only 3 entry's per giveaway. (per person)

~Don't forget to come back and enter each one of our giveaways

1. Leave a comment on our blog at

2. Tweet our Event: “The Etsy Twitter Team is throwing an eco-party for Earth Day from April 15-22, 2010 #etsytwitter #gogreen” *

You also must put @etsytwitrteam so we can track it and/or a link with your comment.

3. Leave a recycling tip on our blog for another entry.

The winner will be chosen by and you have one week from the original post date to enter!

Good luck in Going Green!

Special thanks to Linda (LindaB142) for organizing this blog and giving us a beautiful way to help our earth.

Special thanks to Jessica (frostedtreats) for the beautiful job on our graphics for this event.

Posted by: ♥Jen

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Etsytwitter Shop of the week………….

'Oyster' Necklace (Gold) by pretty_cheap_jewelry

This weeks shop of the week is Prettycheap, run by owner and creator Nina Danza. Nina ships her items internationally from Ventura, California.

Nina describes herself and her shop as the follows "I am the Frugal Artisan making many different kinds of beautiful bargains! Look in my shop for classic timeless jewelry designs in precious metal, natural stone, and pearls as well as richly colored original photo cards, pressed flower stationary, and embroidery and needlework cards (all very time honored classic crafts)."

When walking through her shop please remember the following:

"Everything at Pretty Cheap is made with quality and sold at inexpensive prices. Once you get past the name, my customers can't believe what a great value they get in their purchases: "These are just as sweet and well made as can be! Thank you for great items at good prices! In the words of my granddaughter, Prettycheap rocks" ... "I LOVE these earrings!!! Even prettier in person. They are gorgeous! I have gotten a ton of compliments on them. Fast shipping and very well packaged too. Thanks so much" are just a couple of the 100% positive feed backs."

As always we here at the etsy twitter team love to share our information about how we work on twitter. Nina would like to continue to inspire all of you to use twitter by using the following trick of the trade: "Focus on following and interacting with those of the same passion. Instead of singing to the choir, figure out what sets you apart (ok, easier said than done) and use to find others of like mind. I am such a die hard saver it was easy to start seeking out other thrifty folks. How convenient to have a recession come along and make frugality a trend!"

Nina's business resolutions for 2010 is as follows: "Last year I did an experiment to see what scale of profit I would earn by selling at an increased number of in person shows. The result was good, and gave me first hand knowledge of what price range and type of items shoppers were buying especially at the year end holiday season. I learned that I want to develop the perfect all around gift, that would fit in a medium 2" square box, for a moderate price, by fall of this year!! (and if so I'll let you all know what it is!)"

Nina is offering our readers for this week only:

Free Recycled Guitar String Bracelet with every order (no minimum purchase necessary). While supplies last. Lots of colors and styles, great environmental fashion statement. Just ask for it at checkout. See examples here:



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Written by Jen


Saturday, March 06, 2010

Spring is peaking…………..

It’s been a busy year already and the freezing temperatures are trying my patience, but spring is trying to show its beautiful face. The snow started to melt the other day and then we had a big snowstorm, but the freezing temperatures seem to be a slow fading memory. The warmer days are coming and I welcome them with open arms!

Speaking of beautiful faces…. my little niece showed her beautiful face to the world for the first time last week. She was perfect and everything went really well. Here is picture of her lovely little face:)



On another note, I have gone back to school this year working on my degree in graphic design. While it’s extremely time consuming and stressful, it is so much fun. I have had so much fun learning new things and having an opportunity to push myself in directions that I may have never explored before. I am working on a few things to add to my designs and offer to you all. I will keep you posted as the details unfold.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

{Seniors 2010}

We are now booking sessions for Seniors 2010. We offer portrait services for your senior portraits and graduation portraits.Visit our website for more details.


EtsyTwitter Shop of the week………

Angela Keller of Amievoltaire has a shop full of colorful handmade classic children’s clothing with a modern flair. Skirts, dresses, aprons, and even doll clothes abound with bright patchwork and all-girl ruffles. She has provided many happy clients with her clothing apparel since she opened her Etsy shop in January, 2008. She ships internationally, too!
In our interview, it was very apparent that Angela loves what she does. “My items really are made with love.” she said “but my customers say they like working with me because I take pride in my work.” She loves seeing her customers come back, knowing that they enjoyed their experience. She stands behind her work with her workmanship guarantee.
“My zest for the artistic spans my lifetime.” Part of the joy in her work comes from connecting two or more gorgeous artistic creations into something pleasing, but completely different. She says many things ranging from “my children, the seasons, the weather, my childhood and currently – fabric!” inspire her. Like many fabric enthusiasts, she says “I need to control my pine for fabric”!
What are your Twitter tricks of the trade? Angela responds, “It's clear that if you want someone to listen you need to provide them with something interesting, something they can care about. I try to be open and honest and share what my friends are doing. I need to continue to establish relationships. I believe this is working for me on Facebook and I'd like to foster it more on twitter.

To celebrate her status as the Etsy Twitter Teams’ Shop of the Week, Angela is offering a special giveaway that ends February 28.

Anyone who mentions Etsy Twitter Team will receive 20% off their total purchase. In addition, heck out her giveaway on her blog at

Follow Angela of Amievoltaire on-->



Interview provided by Judy

Thursday, February 04, 2010

The DIY Dish

To celebrate the launch of this new show, our friends at Janome are letting us give away TWO (yes, TWO!!) dream machines! Someone is going to win the Janome 350e EMBROIDERY machine and a second person is going to win the Janome DC4030 SEWING machine! Now how cool is that?!

Read more here!

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Etsytwitter Shop of the week……..

Our shop of the week for January 25-31 is from Northern California. When shopping in Wellspring Creations you will find beautiful pieces of jewelry that combine lovely stones or crystals with wire: necklaces, bracelets/cuffs, earrings, and rings.
Judy, owner and designer of Wellspring Creations, shows her love for taking a straight piece of wire and turning it into something unique. "With wire and a lovely stone, my imagination simply blooms and I get to play with symmetry, asymmetry, and geometric design."
She would like all of our readers to know that "I find unusual stones; sometimes beads (with a drilled hole) or cabochons (a flattened, polished stone with no hole). Many of my finds come from only one mine in the whole world! I consider the stone and how best to wrap it so that the stone is secure and the setting shows off the stone, rather than overwhelms it. I prefer using natural stones and high quality wire, mostly sterling silver, but often work with fine (nearly pure) silver, copper, and 14K gold filled wire. Since I put a lot of time and consideration into each piece, I prefer the components to be high quality, so they last well. I try to make every piece an heirloom." Her designs ship internationally so everyone can enjoy one of her beautiful pieces of work!
One of the things I love about Judy is that she is always tweeting about her team members sales and the Etsy Twitter Team's important information. She is always Direct Messaging her fellow tweeter's just to see how they are doing. When asked about how she uses twitter and her tricks she told me: "My followers are my Twitter friends. I follow people that I find interesting and engage in conversations. I think of Twitter as a cocktail party: I go to meet new people, touch bases with old friends and, occasionally, talk about my work. Most of my tweets are comments or responses to other people's tweets. I retweet when it's something I personally find interesting or think others would. I sometimes tweet about my work process--what movie I'm watching while I wrap a pendant; if the light/weather is good enough to photograph my work on a particular day; and a few times a week I tweet a link to an item in my shop. I probably tweet links to others' items a bit more than my own to provide some variety and introduce folks to other handmade artists in a gracious way."
Judy's new years resolution for her store is to work on her photographs so that they "look as good as the jewelry I'm trying to photograph! This is often reflected in feedback from clients delighted how much better their purchase looks in their hand than the picture they saw in the Etsy listing!"

Judy is offering a free handcrafted gift with any purchase from my Etsy shop during the week of January 25-31, 2010.

Use code: SOTW in the comments at checkout.

To learn more about Judy and Wellspring Creations please follow the links below:
Etsy Shop:
Thank you Judy for sharing all of this information with us. We wish you a very successful 2010!


Interview compliments etsytwitter blog. Originally written by Jen K.