Monday, September 18, 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017

Aceo auctions and driftwood.


I had been wondering why, since the past week or so, days are flying again. Ah-ha, it's Fall, and the days are getting shorter, quickly. :(

Now if I could figure out why nothing is getting done fast, even though I wake up before the sun comes up!? Probably because there's a lot to do, all of the time! I still have auctions going, have you taken a look lately? Two great aceos up for bids! And I'm trying to finish more (image below) to list next.



Soon it will be time to list for the "NFAC" art contest on eBay. Theme this month is "birds" and since I have an aceo that was done a while ago with birds, I will use that. "Nibblefest is a monthly themed art contest. Contests run from the 20th to the 27th of every month. All artwork is listed on eBay at 99¢ no reserve."

The hugs has been carving again. He carves on 
driftwood and bark collected on the beaches of our local lake here in N. California. They have a nail hole on the back to hang on the wall. They looks great if displayed as a grouping. This offer is for a set of two:



 


$20 for both, plus $4 shipping (US only)

By clicking on the Paypal button below, you will be taken to a Paypal page to complete the purchase. Please make sure your shipping info is up-to-date and added automatically; if not, please add it to the "note to seller" box in PP. Any questions, contact me via the sidebar form on this site.


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Fresh.


This tote bag is from a design in my sketchbook. An entry in my journal, that I did a collage on top. Purchase here.





This is my recent fox "Karma". Named after a dog that was in need of a new home on Facebook.
Purchase here.



This is a mermaid I painted in my sketchbook. Purchase HERE.



The same mermaid, as an acrylic block. Aren't these things great looking? I want one.
Find them HERE.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Tuesday Beautiful.

You undisclosed lovely being who bought this from my shop at Redbubble yesterday: thank you for the support and for the beautiful feedback you left me...
It went in as a private message so only I could see but I'm fixing right now by sharing it here on my page. :) Thanks! <3

"I love MeloEarth designs bc of its whimsical quality, and how it transports me into a world of fun and fairy tale, where I get to drop into my child-like qualities and experience beauty, lightness, and enchantment again and again. {heart emoji goes here}!"

#Aw! Exactly what I do. I lighten things up. All the heaviness of this world needs us, anti-gravity folks (I'm an air sign) to offer reminders to self and others that we keep attempting to uplift our emotions toward the little things that are still magic and intriguing (and everywhere!); curiosity (not panic, not worry, not warfare) is what assists one's return to a state of hope-fullness. I will always attempt to add hope to my life and the way it reflects in my art is, even if the subject is sad...notice how [she]'s surrounded by joyful or gentle colors that seem to add happy energy or nurture [her]........  :)  I don't have huge ambitions with art...a smile...a quiet enjoyment of what you see is all that matters to me. Those that get it, get it. And I'm content at that.

Thanks for the stream of thoughts your feedback allowed me to have. My morning pondering work is done and I even made 2 phone calls to catch up with relatives I hadn't spoken to in eons. Dogs fed, I'm fed, trash went out....Now I'm onto ART! 

I'm going to post something new today on my print shop at Redbubble. I also need to go in and readjust every design I have. The site offers new features from time to time but it does not update older designs. A shop owner has to edit the older ones manually. Each product...in order to use the new feature. 

I also want to add my website to every product (a tiny disclosure) so that anyone looking at any products knows where to go to get their own. Redbubble does not do that, they just print what you upload...so each upload should have your info!!! and it shouldn't be ugly or affect your design enough to call attention to it...it should be discrete, on a corner, clear enough to be read but not in competition with the image. If your eye keeps going to the website info, you need to tone it down (tweak the transparency/opaqueness feature whether you are using text or a logo file). 

Follow my shop if you'd like. These are great gifts, and the print quality is excellent.
Wishing a good week to all! xo