I got my first iPhone today (finally!), and the very first thing I did was download Cartolina's Par Avion app for sending pretty texts and emails.
You can download it (and her other apps) from the iTunes store.
Now, I need a case for my iPhone. I have looked at many options over the last few days, and I have narrowed it down to 4.
And I want you to help me decide which one to get!
Here are the choices:
Choice #1 is an owl design from Cartolina, available here.
Choice #2 is called "Lady Rococco", and it is by artist Maximilian San, available from Society 6.
The next two choices are old images I have found that I would use to create my own case on Case-Mate's website.
Choice #3 is the tea drinking lady. I will most likely want to eliminate the border in Photoshop, and just use the image part.
Choice #4 is this peacock image. It is a mirror image of the original picture, because the way it was originally would cause the peacock's head to be where the hole for the camera is located. (I will also add a little bit more sky at the top in Photoshop, so I can move the image down a little.)
So, what do you think? I hope you will vote for your favorite in my little poll...
I think it is very simple and pretty. The swallow has a ruby in his mouth, which is a reference to my favorite short story by Oscar Wilde, "The Happy Prince". If you haven't ever read this story, I recommend that you go here to read it online when you get a chance. It is a sweet (and a little bit sad) story of a swallow who takes the gemstones out of a town's statue and gives them to poor people.
I have been pretty much neglecting my "Fancylinda" shop for awhile, but I have some plans to update it. In celebration of its new look, I have listed a new necklace that I made recently, which is the first of many jewelry items that will be coming soon.
This particular necklace is quite fancy, but what I want to do mostly is make a lot of simpler pieces that use the supplies I sell in my "Teapots & Telephones" supply shop. That way I can put links from the supplies to the finished pieces to give people ideas of how to use them, and links from the finished pieces to the supplies in case someone would like to make their own variation. I believe that's called being "vertically aligned" in business terms. I will still have some more special one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces from time to time though.
The craft and ephemera kits are being moved to "Teapots & Telephones", where they will make more sense in that they are technically supplies. However, I have put my Victorian Mourning craft kits on CLEARANCE in "Fancylinda" for now, since they've been there for so long.
am hoping they will finally sell out at 50% off and I won't have to
move them anywhere. Halloween will be here soon, and those kits are
perfect for Halloween crafting if you are so inclined...
This is just a quick note to let you know that I am having a 20% off sale on everything in my Etsy "Teapots & Telephones" shop now until the end of August. Use Coupon Code 20PERCENT at checkout to receive the discount.