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Feature Friday Donation #51: Three tins of fabric-covered pushpins by EverandBliss

September 9th, 2011

We have yet another T.E.S.T. member donation this week … yay team! Today, our Feature Friday artist is Marissa from EverandBliss who has kindly donated three tins of her cool and colourful fabric-covered pushpins (I love the patterns she uses):

Pushpin donation by EverandBliss

Ever & Bliss was founded from a love of fabric and a desire to add colour to blah days.

Marissa, the girl behind the logo, is a crafter, wine drinker, theatre lover and fabric enthusiast. Owned by two cats and adored by a loving husband, her great passion is bringing a smile to a face, whether her own, her friends, her neighbour or to a complete stranger.

Often found at local craft sales, Ever & Bliss also operates EverandBliss.Etsy.com and does custom wedding accents including seating charts and pushpin/magnet accents. Join her on Facebook for new items, contests and sales at Facebook.com/Ever.and.Bliss.

Marissa, thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to meet up and make this donation … it’s very much appreciated (and I’m glad to hear you made it to your pilates class)!

Yay, weekend!!

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Feature Friday Donation #46: Midsummer journal & hair elastic set by thunderpeep designs

July 8th, 2011

Michelle of thunderpeep designs is another local talent I met through the etsy group T.E.S.T. and is our Feature Friday artist this week. She was kind enough to reach out and donate this cool Midsummer journal and hair elastic set:

Journal and hair elastic donation by thunderpeep designs

Thunderpeep designs started as a hobby because Michelle still loves sending and receiving letters in her regular old mailbox (I totally agree – fun mail is a great thing). Being a designer who loves the old skool art of hand lettering, she started making her own cards with goofy sayings for all her friends. This eventually included her other passion: Scandinavian-inspired illustration and textile design. Michelle’s little company is now evolving and includes all sorts of fun stationary goods, with quirky sayings, nature-inspired drawings and her own fabric creations.

You can see more of Michelle’s fun and original work and find out what else she’s up to:

Thanks again for your donation Michelle, and glad we got to grab some lunch when we met up!


The D.A.D. Project will be on vacation next week but stay posted for our next drawing coming at you the week of July 18th … take care in the meantime! Hope everyone has a great weekend :)

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