Unexpected Daisies has a new look. Right on the heels of the new look I introduced in May. Weird, right?
Well, here's the deal. In the spring I got up the courage to approach the owner, her name is Lacy, of a great little shop called Eye Candy REfind and ask her if she'd be interested in selling some of my handcrafted items.
She said yes. - SQUEAL
Along with handmade items, I also began to sell vintage items in her shop, as well as opening my own online vintage store. That led to creating a look for Unexpected Daisies that would reflect the feel of what I was doing.
While it was a lot of fun being part of Eye Candy REfind, I began to realize that my passion was really in the handcrafting! I love me some vintage items to be sure! But what I really wanted to do was make things by hand. And I really had a strong desire to manage my own online store.
I gave Lacy a big thank you for all of her support and the opportunity and I set my sights on an etsy store where I could sell my handmade goods as well as a new "look" to go with this new direction! Whoop Whoop!!
I hope you like the new look as much as I do! The Husband, designer extraordinaire, created it for me and I love it!!
Currently in the store you will find a selection of decorative pillows.
|Pillows made from old feed sacks|
|Pillows from vintage wool camp blankets|
Even the mittens! I love me some cozy mittens!
All of my mittens are made from repurposed, felted wool sweaters and lined with new soft fleece.
Perfect for cold winters!
The tea towels are embellished with designs made from repurposed dress shirts.
And even these zipper pouches, which will be in the store soon, are made with a combination of new and repurposed material.
I love being able to take something old, something that's being discarded, and give it new purpose!
Please go check out my etsy store shopunexpecteddaisies.com, and get yourself a new pair of cozy mittens! Winter's coming! They also make an excellent Christmas gift! And watch for the fun new items to come!
I'm so excited about this new direction! It took some twists and turns to get here, but I believe I have found the path I'm supposed to be on.