Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Tuesday Meet and Greet

As I shared last week, I have added a blog segment that will run on Tuesdays called "Tuesday Meet and Greet" to give my blog followers the spotlight as a way of thanking them for their support of my blog. I'd like to introduce you all to three more of my blog followers--all three artists, bloggers and Etsy shop owners.

panAsh, from Lilburn, GA creates beautiful crocheted scarves and hats, adorable cozies and whimsical bottle cap magnets and pendants. With the cold weather upon us (in this hemisphere, anyway!), it is the perfect time to check out her wares in her shop, Deuce Goods, on Etsy. You can also check out her blog, Deuce Goods.

Bonnie, the owner/artist of Etsy's Original Art Studio, lives in Eastern Canada and creates beautiful paintings, photography, and inspirational art prints. Her blog, also called Original Art Studio, is obviously a beloved creative endeavor of hers, as well!

Pretty Whimsical, claims her residence as "Etsyland", but a little research reveals that home is somewhere in the south central area of the U.S. Her specialty is Scrabble Tile pendants, and her shop also lists some wonderful vintage photographs. Her Etsy shop and blog are both named Pretty Whimsical, and you will see from her items, it is certainly fitting.

Thank you very much for following Made by SwirlyGirl's Side Lines! If you would like to be featured on my Tuesday Meet and Greet, become a follower here or on Networked blogs on Facebook, and I will eventually get to your shop and blog, too!

Visit Made by SwirlyGirl on Etsy for beautiful and unique photo art cards and prints!


  1. What a GREAT idea! Thanks for sharing, I love learning about fellow Etsians!
    ~Michele from By Your Side

  2. Thanks, Michele! I appreciate your comment for following! There are a lot of terrific people/artists/artisans on Etsy, for sure!

  3. This is lovely and a great way to meet more talented people, and see the wonderful things they create.

    ~ Karen photo energy - art that captures you

  4. Thank you, Karen. Isn't it a wonderful opportunity to find new people and art? I agree!


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