Monday, November 30, 2009
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Fun Retro Ornament Set by allthingswhite
Christmas Tree Hoop Ornament by ChelseaVanTol
The General - Hand Embroidered Ball Ornament (temari style) by selahestelle
Friday, November 27, 2009
BRRRR..... It's getting cold outside
Give the gift of warmth with these great cold weather accessories
Santa Stocking Cap for baby PDF pattern by InnerHooker
Red Riding Hood's Booties- Handstitched Wool Felt by sillysockmonkeys
The holidays are all about well wishes and family. Buying handmade is the perfect solution, if you are not creating your own handmade gifts this year. The handmade community is about creating great original items filled with love and happiness from the creator. Take the opportunity to find a great personalized item for your loved ones and help support talented artists while doing so. Follow this blog for great inspiration for the perfect holiday gift.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Congratulations to Mrs. B
I will be contacting you shortly
Stay tuned for the first September Giveaway that will begin in briefly....
Thanks to everyone that entered this August!
present a deliciously dark double giveaway
A Medium white 'Skel-Belle' Tee, and 3 TheMightySquirm.com Stickers!
A Medium, navy/charcoal, Organic Cotton, 'Hearse' Tee, and 3 TheMightySquirm.com stickers!
Visit Creepy Queen Magazine to find out more information on how to enter from the site and the winner will be drawn Thursday, September 10th
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Win A Set of Laura Bobbies
Leave a comment to enter for a chance to win your own set of Laura Bobbies. They are a classic and chic staple for day or evening wear. Winner will be chosen September 1st randomly. Please be sure to leave a way for me to contact you if your are the winner.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
Friday, August 14, 2009
Join the Etsy Owls on Wednesday August 19th from 7:00- 8:30pm EST in the Virtual Labs to take part in their Virtual Trunk Show. Take the opprotunity to have these skilled artisans showcase their work for you, and have the chance to win some great prizes while doing so. For more information check out the official page of the trunk show.
Monday, August 3, 2009
Gypsy Eye Studio has decided to begin having a bi-weekly giveaway on this blog.Go check out Gypsy Eye Studio on Etsy , then leave me a comment here about your favorite item and why you adore it. Your comment here enters you into the giveaway. On August 15th I'll randomly choose a name to decide the winner.
Please be sure to leave a way for me to reach you if you're not a Blogspot user (Myspace, email, Twitter, Etsy shop, etc)!
The lucky winner will receive.........
Their own set of Alexis Barrettes and a special surprise from Gypsy Eye Studio.
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Main Entry: art-card-ist
Date: circa 2009
1. one who professes and practices an imaginative art card
2. one who is adept at creating, trading, buying and selling art cards and ACEO without bias
3. a skilled performer in the fine art of both ATC and ACEO
Kristy Kroth-Hoops of Gypsy Eye Studio is the latest featured ArtCardist Be sure to check out her gallery along with some other amazing artists athttp://artcardist.com/gallery-2/kristy-kroth-hoops
Friday, July 17, 2009
Be sure to check in with Creepy queen to find out the other great prizes and how to enter this contest with great opportunities
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Creepy Queen is a great source for finding some of the best up and coming artists that are furthering the handmade revolution
Dreadful Designs has featured Gypsy Eye Studio in their ever so fantastic blog Dreadful Musings.
Check out their spotlight on my Trapped soap and other great Dark Side finds. Jinn of Dreadful Designs has done a fabulous job on showcasing some amazing creative endeavors.
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
And thanks to Maya from Static White Stitchery for showcasing these great artists every week
Monday, March 16, 2009
Create a set of mod barrettes by following these easy steps.
1. Cut two 2.25inch strips of black and white dashed ribbon.
2. Attach each strip of ribbon to a 2.25inch barrette using an all purpose tacky adhesive.
3. Stack 1inch diameter white vintage button upon 1.75inch in diameter black vintage button and attach using a clear all purpose adhesive.
4. Using the adhesive again attach a red 5 petal vintage Lucite bead centered on the button stack.
5. Finish off the flower center by attaching a 3mm black glass bead with adhesive. Using tweezers will help insure accuracy and no smudges.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 to create a second button and bead stack.
7.Using a clear adhesive again attach each stack to the center of the covered barrette and allow time to dry to complete this set of hip barrettes.