Friday, February 24, 2012

What's been happenin'

I have been cleaning out my studio....and...Ive been holding onto some things thinking I would make the time and do some amazing altered ART. Welllllll, they are going to my newest space at RECLAMATIONS in SoBro. All priced around $3- so run don't walk to get these BEAUTIES! I can see the top of my 2 tables in my studio now. The poor studio is wee anyway and then it becomes a catchall. Hopefully, it will not happen anymore.
The newest items to hit are these fun MIRRORS 2.25" with vintage images on the front. This girl was from an old Saturday Evening Post I had. They are $5.50 and come with the little black bag. Great for a little good to see you gift.
I listed a bunch more 2.25" button MAGNETS in This one is from an old children's book. The Owl and the Pussycat. There are several images from this book in the pinpoints shop.
So, basically I have been working and enjoying it.

Monday, February 6, 2012

Collage Scrap Packs

These packs are packed with wonderful goodies! Each one is $10- and available at Reclamations in So Bro (north of downtown Indianapolis). I could make a couple of hundred more I am sure of it. My studio is busting at the seams! In fact it is so full I won't let anybody see it...We even handmade an envelope and some tags for each pack.
If you are interested in having a scrap pack and you live outside of Indianapolis. Please contact me and I can make that happen. After you pay me of course. :)

Sunday, February 5, 2012

My friend Kristina Estell and I just started a new etsy shop. She lives in Minnesota and I live in Indianapolis...she was home visiting over the holidays and we brainstormed at a Barnes and Noble one afternoon...both of us wanting to collaborate. We work well together even if we are apart. So in just over a month we have launched our little button company.
Here is how our friendship began:
Jenny and Kristina met in the dusty workshop of furniture design 201 at Herron School of Art. Sharing a workbench 3 hours at a time, day after day, week after week, they soon became great class companions and realized they shared many common interests. Jenny started a successful craft business and Kristina joined the enterprise by working for her as a maker, baker and lunching partner. A great working relationship and friendship was formed. After graduation, Kristina moved away and said “good bye ” to Indiana. Through years of change, new work, travels, and adventures, Jenny and Kristina have always remained good friends. Pin Points is their long distance collaboration...a place to bring two artistic visions together once again in a unique, fun and simple set of pins. Each set reflects the distinct visual interest of each of the artists as well as “pin points” their special artistic connection.
Kristina - Jenny
Jenny - Kristina
Kristina - Jenny
We do special orders....! Check us out at