4.09.2012

stamps and arrows


I recently decided to start branching out with the product that Pie N' the Sky produces - thus the creation of things like the Arrowhead Rings and the Triangle Love Journals (and totes, but they haven't been listed). I decided to take a stroll down custom painted scarves. This is what happened.











It was fun to make and fairly simple to design the stamps; the idea to make a stamp came from a DIY Elsie, at A Beautiful Mess, did last month. I kind of love how they turned out! I think I'll be adding these to sell at my booth at the Renegade Craft fair next month in Austin! Can't believe it's so close! If you're in the area, please stop by and say hi!

Happy Crafting!
xo. Melisa

11 comments:

  1. So cute! Love the little arrows! They'd be so cute all over a top or a little skirt :)
    xo Heather
    http://ahopelessnotebook.blogspot.com/

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  2. Such a cute idea! There are pretty much endless designs you could do with those stamps! And congrats on your next craft fair next month! So exciting!

    Hey, would you be interested in doing a little guest post/interview for a blog series I'm doing next month? It's all about handmade business owners! Let me know if you'd like to be involved! :)

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  3. so cute! I need to make things like this more!!!

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  4. Your so creative I love this.

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  5. I love these! The little arrows are so cute! I just love handprinting and it is so much fun! You can do so much with it! Yours looks great! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. That's a really nice idea, they look lovely!

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  7. LOVE - The tiny arrows are so quirky and cute! xo

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  8. What a darling idea. I love this!

    http://shannonhearts.blogspot.com

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  9. You are so talented!

    Love the arrows, sure they will be popular at the fair!
    I would so buy one if I was there and not in London miles away:)
    Lulu x

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  10. I love the "arrows idea"!!! I did one with polka dots, pretty red ones a while back, but I might just try your idea sometime...

    www.jasminblancboutique.blogspot.co.uk

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