365 famsters, 365 days, 365 places - beginning March 1, 2010 YOUR GOAL is to figure out the location of each daily picture!
1. Be the first to enter the correct location by using the comment function of this blog, my direct email, or the facebook fan page. 2. Winners and prizes will be announced on the famsterville blog and the facebook fan page within 24 hours.
Each valentine is printed on high quality 80lb card stock and comes with a matching envelope. They're yours for just $2.50 each. I'll do the math for you - the series of 4 is only $10, plus tax and shipping. Keep watching here for close ups of each and two NEW designs of a Hungarian flavor!
Yep - its finally here and Deb (from Merciful Hearts Farm) and I are ready to welcome you tomorrow beginning at 10:00. We'll be around all day until 6:00, so please stop by for a cup of cider, Christmas cheer and fabulous-handmade gifts.
Come on down to Pendleton Street Arts District and follow the signs to Kyle's Studio. (For those of you who are GPS dependent, plug in 25 Sturtevant Street.) We're only one block off of Pendleton Street, extremely close to the Art Bomb!
Here's another sneak peek at the 2011 Famsterville Calendar and for clarification, this the "master calendar" - the take home version will be a printed version.
If you can't make it tomorrow, and you'd like a calendar - just let me know! The pages measure 8" x 8" and they're clipped together with a cool metal hanger - I'll put a finished product picture out tomorrow. Price is $15 each, plus shipping. More details to come!
Something new is emerging from my worktable - and I'm overjoyed!
The 2011 Famster Calendar is on schedule to be ready for
The Famsterville meets Merciful Hearts Farm Open House
on Saturday, December 11. 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
at my house, 25 Sturtevant Street in Wild West Greenville.
Lucky YOU gets a sneak peek at a few pages!
Don't this miss opportunity to support your local artists AND economy.
I'm sure you're all wondering what in the world happened to "A Famster A Day", well quite simply - Kyle flaked out! Sorry about that...
Now on to better news - A Christmas Open House is on the calendar! Its Saturday, December 11 at my studio/home - 25 Sturtevant Street, Greenville, South Carolina. Come join Deb Potter (from Merciful Hearts Farm) and me for a fun day of handmade Christmas giftiness! We'll put a pot of hot cider on the stove and wait for your smiling faces to come through the door!
Stay tuned for more details - but PLEASE put us on your calendar!
BRIGETTE remembers the day when community was everything...
(Where is this West Greenville tower?)
She's looking for a good home, preferably one with texture and pattern.
Brigette is "baby-safe" and loves hanging out here at the studio.
Give us a call (864-607-8200) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
if you'd like to come by and see her!
(She MAY make the trek to the Saturday Farmer's Market!)
THANKS to all of you who stopped by my booth at the Indie Craft Parade. Your encouragement and ideas are truly inspirational and help me continue on with famsterville! I really appreciate your support - it means more than you know...
MICAH slips out he back door and down the stairs to feed the geese.
(Where, oh where is this historic spot?)
He's looking for a good home, preferably one with crafty folk.
Actually, Micah has already found a good home,
but if you're interested in a similar look - I have a few to choose from.
Visit me this Saturday at the downtown farmer's market or contact me via email.
Famsters will be back on ebay, and will ship domestically and internationally.
We're going GLOBAL.
I bet you're wondering what has happened in famsterville this week. Well, we've been snipping and stuffing and stitching to our heart's content. Multi-tasking is non-existent in our household but the daily blog will resume next week - I promise!
We're almost ready for the Indie Craft Parade TOMORROW! We'll have over a hundred famsters and their younger siblings on hand. Here's a sneak peek at the gargantuan famster, Attilla. She's slightly sensitive about her size, so please don't stare... The doors open at 6:00 and it goes until 9:00 tomorrow night. On Saturday, its 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Huguenot Mill (behind the Peace Center) - be there or be square - see you there!