Friday, September 10, 2010

Feature Friday

Connie is the owner of the Etsy Shop Ashley's Trinkets. She named her shop after her daughter Ashley. Because she offers a variety of items from primitive stitcheries, ornies, key fob wristlets, and a few vintage items, the word Trinkets came to mind when coming up with the name. Hence the name Ashley's Trinkets!
Connie has been selling her wares on Etsy since January of 2009 but has been crafting for practically all of her and has been selling online since 2005.

Connie's inspiration come from just about everything. She loves looking through magazines, searching online websites and blogs, and of course browsing through Etsy. Shes loves browsing for fabric! When she sees a pattern in a fabric, she thinks "that would make a great doll dress, or key fob!¨ It just gets her excited to get a new fabric and make something from it.

Her favorite items in her shop are her key fobs. You can take a piece of fabric and make as many key fobs as you want from that one piece, and you rarely make any two that are alike. Each key fob is different, but the same too.

Click on the banner above to visit her Etsy shop. Other places where you can find Connie are:


Tins and Treasures said...

Good Morning, everyone,
Those are just the cutest little flags. I enjoyed getting to know Connie a little better through your feature.

TGIF ~Natalie

Jody said...

Connie's workmanship is top notch! I love her creations!

Valley Primitives Gift Shoppe said...

A wonderful feature on Connie! I've been thinking about her, we haven't seen her in the farmhouse lately.

nancy huggins said...

I love the little flags and will be making some tuck flags after we fet moved and unpacked.

Carol/Firecrackerkid said...

Great to see Connie featured:) Three different super shoppes.

The Country Primitive Shoppe said...

Connie does very nice work! I love the flag bowl fillers!

Maria said...

I agree with everyone that those little flags are great. Connie's work is excellent. Thanks for sharing!

Holly Ridge Creations said...

Great featured...Connie does such nice work. It is always a pleasure to see it.