New in Our Shop: Imagine Memorial Photo Travel Keychain

Imagine memorial photo travel keychain by fallenpeach on etsy

Happy Monday! We are proud to announce that we will be adding more keychains into our shop at a rate of one a week. The first new keychain is our Imagine memorial keychain. I took this photo in New York City at the John Lennon Memorial in Central Park. Take all kinds of adventures with you on your own trips with our photo travel keychains!

This image is also available as a bookmark, if you are looking for a new way to keep your place as well!

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Sneak Peek: New Product Coming Soon!

Route 66 Coaster by fallenpeach on etsy

Though they are still very much in progress, I am incredibly excited to announce that I am working on making coasters for our shop! Photo transferring is a super fun process and I am loving the physicality of making these products. Above is the very first one I made – obviously I had to start with Route 66! Still needs to be sealed and corked, but I think it came out amazing! What do you think? Are you excited to see more coasters from us? Do you like the one I started with?

New Bookmark in the Shop: Spooky NYC Doorway

Spooky New York City Photo bookmark by fallenpeach on etsy

Time was on my side this weekend and I was able to get a bunch of photo editing done. I have 6 new bookmarks and two of them were listed on Saturday. Above is the Spooky NYC Doorway bookmark  – just in time for spooky Halloween reading. I took this photo just before entering the doorway – which leads to a bar with a great quiet, moody feel full of candle light. Thursday I’ll post about my second new bookmark, and keep an eye on the shop as I’ll be listing more bookmarks later in the week!

Monday Update: 6 Days Left Until the Milford Oyster Festival!

New Wigwam Motel Pendant by fallenpeach on Etsy

one of my brand new pendants hanging on the awesome vintage radio I found this weekend!

Last week I felt stressed that I wouldn’t get everything done, but after this past weekend I just feel really excited. I haven’t done a craft fair in a long time and I do love them. Plus, I spent the weekend making new keychains as well as brand new round and square glass tile pendants and everything looks BEAUTIFUL. I can not wait to show them off next Saturday at the Milford Oyster Festival!

I added some things to my Craft Fair Checklist and printed it out. I made a to do list of everything left to buy or make or do and I’ve crossed almost everything off of it. My biggest concern right now is that I won’t have the big car I thought I was going to have to transport everything. And I have a Mini Cooper Clubman. I have a few backup plans if everything doesn’t fit, but hopefully I can have everything ready and test packing the car by Wednesday or Thursday.

Other things I accomplished this weekend: Bought an awesome, old and HEAVY radio at a tag sale to use as a display piece, found a super cute photo album to use for the September 30 Days of Lists and cleaned my desk. I also compulsively checked the weather. We are supposed to have a gorgeous day next Saturday, I can only hope that that stays true!

I spontaneously took the photo above this morning to show off a pendant and the radio, and now I think I have my prop for Etsy photos when I list the pendants – I absolutely love this photo!

I’m using a lot of exclamation points today. After the week I had last week, it feels really good to be happy and excited about something. Here’s to a good week full of good things happening!

 

Behind the Scenes: Pendants Coming Soon

Last year I introduced Magnets into my shop and craft fair set up. Though I’ve sold most of the ones I made, they did not do particularly well and I decided not to make more. They are fun, but a lot of people don’t have magnet friendly fridge’s anymore.

I have a few left over glass tiles, however, and so I’m going to do an experiment. In April I will be making pendants from said glass tiles and offering them for sale in the shop. I do not know yet if I will be making them full necklaces with chains. The few glass tiles I have left will be the experimental bunch and if they do well, then I will buy more supplies and continue to offer them.

So if you have seen a photo in my shop that you just would love to see as a pendant, please let me know which one. I’m looking for ideas of what types of designs you would like to see available.

The magnets featured on this post are no longer available, but are a sample of what the pendants will look like.