You know that saying, “Do as I say, not as I do?” Yeah, we’re there…
I opened a new Etsy shop just for Halloween; it’s called HallowWhimsy.
It’s a place to explore all the Halloween and related ideas that come along during the year. It’s not my first shop, nor the second, nor… well, there’s a few.
As for not doing things the right way – this shop is intended as a creative outlet play space and that’s not the generally advised plan for starting a business. This one is for the joy of it!
I’ll be adding more spooky stuff as it’s finished as well as sharing the creativity behind the scenes on Insta and FB.
If you want more details on the business side or any other side, just ask – leave a comment or send me a note! I’d love to hear from you 🙂
It’s never too early for the spooky season here in the studio. I’m working on something Halloween-ish pretty frequently.
How about you? Do you boo all year round?
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Having been inspired by Leigh and her blog where I’ve been enjoying her daily catalog of Halloween candy and curiosities, I made a quick sketch of a treat that caught my eye.
It’s a large lollipop that doubles as a mask! See the moon shaped eye holes above the weird candy eyes? I cannot imagine the mess this would make but it looked like a lot of fun.
I didn’t actually buy it but just stood in the store and drew it. I added the color later to liven up the drawing but the actual pop was much more vivid even than this. The wording is directly from the packaging – Eat It! Wear It!
Well, I really enjoyed it and thought it was funny. Happy Halloween to all!