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Monday, October 13, 2014

Screaming Ass Deal Week 3!

Happy Monday lovelies!

It is Week 3! This week's deal is 40% OFF any Feather Flower Scarf!





You have until Sunday at Midnight...click on the picture above to get yours now! 

XO,

Emily :)






Monday, October 6, 2014

Screaming Ass Deal of the Week - Week 2!

Happy Monday, lovelies!

It is Week 2 of  13 Weeks of Screaming Ass Deals!!

This week's deal is the ORIGINAL drawing, Mushrooms 1.  This drawing will come signed and matted and ready for framing.

This week only, the original is $25.

There is only 1 of course, so the first one there gets to take it home!

Click on the picture to go straight to the listing!



https://www.etsy.com/listing/205995341/original-mushroom-pencil-drawing-matted?ref=listing-shop-header-0

Good luck, and I'll see you next week!

XO,

Emily :)

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Screaming Ass Deal Week 1!


This week's Screaming Ass Deal is 40% off the Pink Cherry Blossom scarf. 

This offer applies to this item and this color scheme only, and will continue through Sunday at Midnight!

To hop on and take advantage of this deal, click on the picture above!

Monday, September 22, 2014

For You Early Christmas Shoppers!!

Wow, this year has been flying by!

In one week, I will begin the countdown to Elf Loving Joy by showering you with 
13 Weeks of Screaming Ass Deals!!



Starting on Monday, September 29th, I will be having a Screaming Ass Deal of the Week, every week, until Christmas!

What will these fabulous deals be?!  

One of two things:

a. A huge discount on a particular item in my Etsy Shop
or
b. A small, signed ORIGINAL painting or drawing at a ridiculously low price!

SO, keep your eyes peeled for the announcements every MONDAY until Christmas!

If you are not yet signed up for my newsletter, get on that boat and you will get the announcements straight to your inbox! 


Sign up HERE :) 

See you soon lovelies!

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Artemis, Liverpool and Conwy, Wales!

So my amazing cancer-beating friend Artemis booked a last minute adventure to England, and we had a fabulous time!  She took the reigns on planning, booking and deciding what we were going to see and I skipped along for the ride!

We spent her first week here exploring the local area - I took her to Ely, La Hogue, London and she also spent the night in London exploring on her own.  

Sunset on our first evening in Liverpool
The second week, we hopped on the train to Liverpool to explore The Beatles Story and the hometown of the Titanic. 

Liverpool Waterfront

Liverpool Waterfront at night
Liverpool is a beautiful mix of old and new, the architecture is blended beautifully and the waterfront is very well planned and the central district is wonderful to explore.  Artemis found us an amazing apartment that was right in the center of it all on the waterfront, which was a great hub to explore from.  We ate amazing food, found beautiful treasures, and learned more about The Beatles than I even thought I wanted to know. 


I particularly loved the section about John Lennon, him being my favorite and all  :)

We also explored the village of Port Sunlight outside of Liverpool, which was a village created by the Lever Soap President to house his workers and their families.  It was beautiful, with expansive gardens and the old houses are still very intact and lived in.  It was super interesting and very chill :) 

In the Port Sunlight Museum

A rad flower that I have never seen before!

The Dell at Port Sunlight
After two nights in Liverpool, we hopped on the train to Llandudno Junction, Wales. 

**Traveler Tip: If you are catching a train out of Liverpool and your itinerary tells you to depart at Liverpool Central Station, IT IS LIES.  You cannot print your tickets at Central Station, you must go to Liverpool Lime Street Station.  It's only a couple blocks away, but we missed our train due to the snafu and the cranky woman at the Central Station counter.  We caught a slightly later train and all worked out fine, but be aware!**

Welsh Coast
Chugging through Wales was beautiful as usual, and we got to follow the coast line for a ways which was fabulous.  When we arrived at the village we were staying in, our super helpful and kind host picked us up from the train station and gave us a quick tour of the walled castle town before taking us to the ridiculously huge and awesome house that Artemis booked for us. 

The epic view from our place in Llandudno Junction
I had no idea where we were going before the trip started, all I knew was that we were going to Snowdonia which I already knew to be epic.  But this town, my god.  The castle is still standing, the walls still surround the town, and the views are unbelievable. 

The view from the King's Tower of Conwy Castle
We spent the whole second day climbing around the castle and exploring the town.  I don't think I've ever said 'unbelievable' more times in a day.  The views from the tops of the castle towers were seriously incredible.  It was a tear-jerker moment for me. 

I love Wales.  So hard.  Everyone calls you 'love', pronounced 'lowv' and I love it.  It is so beautiful, the food is amazing, everyone is so lovey and lovely, and I'm pretty sure Wales and Scotland are two places that I could spend my golden years very happily.

The beginning of the journey of the blue boots!
It was a quick trip but so wonderful! Thank you Artemis, for everything, and for making the journey! <3

Now I am a month out from the Lakenheath Holiday Bazaar, so the crack down in the studio is in full force!

There will be beautiful silk ornaments, tiny paintings, prints, ponchos, skirts, scarves, pillows and more! I can't wait to see your lovely faces there!

With love,


Emily :)