Monday, June 11, 2007

In the news...


This week I've been lucky enough to be featured in two blogs: a new one to me called Optimist and the Washington City Paper's Crafty Blog, written by Etsy's own TinaSeamonster.

The Optimist blog is stunning. It's written by a new mom living in Toronto. Her design is amazing and her taste in baby stuff is impeccable. I'm really excited to be in such great company. I added it to the links list on the left so I'll remember to access it more regularly.


Also, Tina, owner and chief desinger of the i like seamonsters' Etsy shop often writes blogs for the Washington City Paper Crafty Blog. She did a review of Art Star and writes that I won for best booth presentation. How cool is that? I work really hard at making the real-world shop look good so it's great to be noticed for that.

Finally, I was doing some poking around and found that Rebecca of Bake Sale Designs mentioned me in her blog post reviewing the Squidfire's show in Baltimore. She is the proud owner of a pair of yeti panties and raves about them online. Rebecca was also a vendor at Art Star and told me that although she isn't following the washing instructions, the panties are doing very well and still as cute as new.

8 comments:

SeasideQuilts said...

That's awesome! Congrats on the publicity!

LemonCadet said...

Thanks so much! It's really exciting.

spaceoddities said...

how awesome!! congrats!

LemonCadet said...

Thanks! These are both really good blogs.

Steph said...

Congrats on the great publicity!

And I agree - your booth looks great! Who makes the banners for you?

LemonCadet said...

Thanks Steph! I designed the signs myself (and logo and shop banner and business cards and all that). I got the booth signs printed locally. It's not a chain store and they do a great job. They're on tyvek so when it rained and they got a bit wet, there wasn't a problem.

Rebecca-bakesale said...

Like I said I'll be happy to be your undie tester! The yeti looks good with his fro. Now I want one of those cute kitty ones.

LemonCadet said...

I'm going to make new washing labels that say:

Yeti + dryer = dreads