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For the giftmas season, I am offering wine bottle chillers for $25 each.
there are a bunch of pictures of other things that I know you would love to own here.
I am interested in the immediate purchase of your item and will be make payment via cashier check/money order, my private shipping company will handle the shipping, but before payment will be made i need to be sure of who i am dealing with if you are going to be honest and sincere throughout the transaction. A certified cashiers check is cash-able the same day,there is going to be an excess fund on the check ,the excess fund is meant for the private shipping company who will come to your place for pick up of the item, so shipping is not a problem,will you be able to transfer the excess fund to the shipping company the same day you receive the check?. check would be sent to you so when you get payment you can easily cash it at any cashing point near you or deposit in your bank. You'll be sending excess fund to my shipper , which would be meant for shipping arrangement.if you agree, signify your interest by forwarding to me your Final Asking Price, Full Name & Contact Address a
nd Tel # also i will want you to email to my private email address email@example.com because i had some bad network with my acct in Etsy.com,So plz kindly email me to my email address I await your response soonest.
Best and kind regards,
a lot has changed recently. I'm no longer in school. law school is bad for a person's health. also, I like my organs working. I moved. I'm getting married.
a bit over a month ago, I moved into a lovely little brick, first-era ranch near Detroit. my studio is set up to the point of being functional. I threw earlier this week, and I plan to fire for the first time here on Saturday. there is a lovely gigantic cast-iron sink sitting in the middle of the room on a dolly waiting to be installed.
unfortunately, I haven't had a lot of time for art because the house requires a lot of attention. last week, mopping the floor turned into removing the stick-on vinyl squares from the linoleum floor (that's the picture-- it's really neat). last night, in a moment of idiocy, I clogged the laundry sink / tub. clearing the pipes revealed--- well-- rust. a lot of it. my guy is currently sorting out what to do with a pipe in the concrete that has no threads.
I'm getting more into my routine, now, and figuring out that it will include six to eight hours of "house" work every day. it's my new full-time job. and I like it.
keep your white wine cold while entertaining. thank your host and hostess with the gift of useful décor. booze it up tastefully with a ceramic wine bottle chiller. all you need to do is freeze the chiller. then, when you want to serve your white wine, place a bottle in the chiller outside of the freezer. the stoneware holds its temperature and can handle a great deal of stress. it is freezer, refrigerator, microwave, oven, and dishwasher safe. you could probably throw it against a wall, although I wouldn't recommend it. it is also food safe.
I accept commissions starting at $25. you can either make a request by price or request a specific design. prices are determined by complexity, specificity, and glaze composition.
see some of the pieces I have sold here.
(curtsy, breathing heavily)
/ soul selling
this is my new studio. it's in my beau's house. we are getting married on ninja day. my goal, if possible, is to be his domestic artist.
law school is done. it's terrible for a person's health.
for all of my prospective clients
because I have an unending source of wealth to support my endeavors
I mean! things are great!
three ologists and an msw in the next 36 hours. woo.
last year, on the fourth of july, I started a project that has become somewhat definitive in my life: the sock yarn blanket.
I started with some scraps I had leftover from socks I had made.
this week has been pretty hard, largely because I'm starting to realize just how ridiculous it is to think that anything should be the way I want it to be. we Americans are so entitled!
I listed more things in my etsy shop. I want to actually sell some of my work. or at least have people enjoy it. or for it to collect dust on someone else's shelves instead of mine.
people are being awesome about the chickens.
I do knit a lot, but my time is mostly spent on the blanket. I'm currently carrying it in a briefcase.
Little Sister's baby on the way means I get to knit CUTE baby stuff. oh my god cute. my uterus is weeping so openly it's not even wiping its nose.
my barter system* has been working out very well. I'm getting some wonderful glazes. it's great.
bad news, though! water has gotten under a plate on my wheel! I've gotten in touch with the lovely people at Thomas Stuart, and hopefully they will be able to help me not destroy my favorite piece of furniture.
* give • receive
seven hours into firing yesterday, the power went out. it was down for 45 minutes. afterwards, I restarted the kiln.
it continued to run for the next 16 hours.
I'm afraid to open it. how badly do you think my work was destroyed? I had some pretty nice pieces in there, too. (deep breath) loss is a part of life.
however, sometimes I pretend this is not true. for example, I tore a hole in the bottom of this bowl while trimming the foot.
My art needs love. I need love, too, but I don’t have the misfortune of being stacked and lonely on a basement shelf. Or under folding tables.
See the art. Desire the art. Hold the art as your own. Make an offer, either barter or monetary. We’ll work something out.
Just to be clear:
• Art that needs some lovin’
• Barter suggestions (i.e.: stuff I want)
And, of course, you can always reach me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chicken number 100 joins the party today. actually, it's a handful of chickens. most of them are groupies. or something.
people have been amazing. here are some of my favorites: