Please vote for my Etsy shop in the #differencemakesus #etsysmallbusiness contest! If my shop is chosen I could win $10,000 to help me with my artistic endeavors!
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The person with the most votes wins so I need all the help I can get! Thanks everyone.
Attention Freaky Fanatics! I have something exciting for you guys! Now you can show you support by rocking one of my new Living Dead Girl Nicole logo shirts! Available now in the Ghoulish Garments section of my Etsy shop!
Only $15 gets you either a unisex t-shirt or a women’s tank top! Also for everyone that purchases one and submits a photo, you will be featured on my site and given a special discount code to be used on future purchases including custom orders!
I am going through my inventory and have decided to slash prices on tons of items so I can make room for new stuff! So time to take full advantage and head over to the Slasher Sale section of my Etsy shop! Hurry to reap in the benefits. Each item is one of a kind and once they are gone they are gone! Some items are even marked as low as $3!!
Did you know that my Dead Girl Decay accessories look creepy cool adorned on hats in the winter?! I should know… I am rocking one today on my newsboy slouchy hat! Buy one for yourself today in my Etsy Shop or contact me to make a custom piece for you! It’s never the wrong season to rock the decay! Still looking for a unique gift for someone special? Give them the gift or handmade creations and art! Not enough time to ship? No problem get a “Death Certificate” for your loved one! AKA Gift Certificates to most folks! 😉
From time to time I check my WordPress referral links to see how my blog is doing and to also check where my readers are coming from. Well go to find out I got a bunch of new hits and readers last week thanks to Cosmic Booknews.
Go to find out…. they did an article on Chandler Riggs and if his Carl character will be leaving the Walking Dead. Well my Carl Zombie head (that I gifted to Chandler Riggs) must have inspired them because they used it as part of the cover photo of their article (with full credits of course). I had to laugh when I saw it because so many young girls in line to meet Chandler when I gave it to him were asking me if I knew something they didn’t know since I made him into a zombie. I don’t of course. I just thought it was a cool concept. Needless to say those young girls did not share my enthusiasm ha ha ha. They loved the art piece but didn’t want to think of the dream boy as a rotten corpse.
Needless to say… go check out it all out at Cosmic Booknews and give them some love for helping spread the word about my work instead of using a typical istock image!
This post is just to let my followers know, that if you haven’t been to my Etsy shop lately I suggest paying it a visit. I have added a lot of new items. Including limited edition hand decorated framed prints, new Dead Girl Decay accessories, creepy adoptable undead friends and even some misc Remains! So make sure to get your hands on them before they are gone.
I plan on adding even more so if you frequent Etsy be sure to add my shop to your favorites to be notified of my new items as they are added! You can also shop my Etsy shop directly from my website as well.
P.S. If you are a Beetlejuice (the animated series) fan I hope you enjoyed my Eulogy title he he
I did some major bedroom cleaning/rearranging this weekend to prepare for our Yogabed to arrive this week. My back is still hating me. Hate me as it will… it lead to 3 bags of donations for good will and more……
I was talking to my friend Heather about it all and told her how I also have all these high school dance dresses and bridesmaids dresses that I no longer can wear that I would like to donate but don’t want them ending in a pile of donations never to be seen by someone that could really use them. Or smashed in a garbage bag on my back porch waiting to be picked up and throw in the back of a truck. So many memories and meaning comes from each of them that it sort of broke my heart thinking about it. Hence why they are still in my closet. I told her how I had looked into some of the Prom dress donation websites but I had more then just prom dresses. I had stuff I wore to Homecoming and Turnabout as well. Short dresses that would not qualify and others that might be considered out dated by some of the charities even though the styles I wore were pretty timeless.
That is when Heather came up with an insanely AWESOME idea! She asked if I would be down to donate them to her friend, Emily who is the head of the drama department at a high school. She told me not only could they be used for some of their theatrical performances but also some girls who don’t have a lot come to her friend when they need dance dresses because they can not afford them. She also informed me that Emily does all the fundraising for the drama dept and a lot of times they are in dire need of items. My heart smiled! It was no longer hard to let go of these memorable pieces of clothing. I knew just from hearing this that this is where they belong! As one artist to another I know Emily will reuse these dresses and make someone feel magical all over again. Emily is insanely talented with a heart of gold! 🙂
When Emily saw the photos of the dresses she told Heather “It’s like Christmas!” and when she saw my old pink prom dress (I always referred to as Glinda meets Clueless) she was stoked. She is doing a production of the Wizard of Oz! This made me especially happy because this dress is the hardest for me to part with because it holds a lot of meaning to me. Not only because it was one of my prom dresses from the year I was on prom court, but because I specifically wore pink in memory of my Mom who passed away from breast cancer and always told me she liked me in pink when I was a kid. She might not have been able to be there to help me pick the dress out, do my hair and makeup with me, take photos with me etc. so this was my way of sharing that special moment with her. To know this dress will be used in such a artistic, memorable way just makes me so incredibly happy. It literally brings a tear to my eye. I know Emily can take that dress and turn it into something unbelievable.
Some of the others that are hard to part with are the dresses I wore to dances and prom my senior year when I was dating my husband, Frank. Just knowing those will either make another young girl happy or be used on one of the stars of her plays just makes me that more excited to donate them.
After hearing the drama dept was in need of items I also went through some of my old costumes that I have worn for Halloween and past photo shoots (back in my ole alternative modeling days).
Last night I reminisced about the dances I went to, the weddings I stood up in and the fun Halloween parties and photo shoots I took part in as I boxed them all up. It made me smile to know that someone else will get to share that joy!
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