Saturday, November 29, 2008

An Invitation to Shop

I've been spending some time adding a few new products to my cafepress.com shop. I absolutely hate marketing, but if I don't tell, how is anyone to know? As much as I hate to admit it, Christmas is not that far off, so thoughts are turning to gift shopping. Perhaps something from my shop featuring my logo and my quilts would be just the thing for a friend, relative or even yourself!

My newest product is this cute teddy bear, sporting a shirt with my "Quilting...An Alternative Lifestyle" motto. Never too early to influence the next generation of quilters, I say. Or perhaps you just need a mascot for the studio?

I've also added a journal featuring my journal quilt "Strength." It comes blank, dot gridded, lined or as a task journal.

I'm working to put together a calendar as well, one featuring 12 of my birch-themed quilts. I've discovered I need to rescan some of the journal quilts I want to use to improve image quality, but hope to have it up in my shop by the end of the week.

In addition to these new items, you'll continue to find a variety of t-shirts, totebags, cards and mugs. So far I have been very pleased with the quality of the merchandise cafepress.com puts out. The clarity of every small detail of my "Wisdom" journal quilt as printed on the greeting cards astounded me. I've no doubt the life-size framed print of it is equally clear and crisp.

That's it - that's my plug for now. Enjoy browsing my shop, Idaho Beauty's Textile Art. If you like what you see, please tell a friend!

3 comments:

Shirley Goodwin said...

Hope the worst of your procedure is over - it certainly hasn't slowed you down!

WEST COUNTRY BUDDHA said...

It sounds as if you've had a bit of a rough time - poor thing!

I love the teddy btw he's gorgeous! I shall check out your sites in a couple of days (having stair carpet laid on Friday and am up to my neck in painting skirting boards - horrid, horrid, job)

quiltcrazygal said...

I will check out your sites also. I love the teddy bear and the journal sounds interesting. I also love the postcards you made. Jenna Louise