hot off the workbench!

Hey Beautiful People! I'll be testing the virtual waters next week with my first online sale of my new necklace line for women AND men. The sale starts on April 5 at 9am, and items will be available on my etsy site until they're all gone. I did get a mention in yesterday's ultra, and there's one more potential design blog I adore who expressed some interest, so if you are hankering for one of these babies, get on my special mailing list by entering your email in the box to the right. (If you're already on my mailing list, you can get into your account by entering your email, and then you can see the various mailing lists I offer for my bunnywithatoolbelt lines, or my special sales of one-of-a-kind work that will happen throughout the year.) Here's a sneak preview of the necklaces I'll have on sale next week. Enjoy!


Happy Easter Everyone!!


Food for Thought

I was looking through my postcard collection the other day and found this great one--thought it belonged on my studio wall, if not on the blog. Now that the website is done, I'm thinking a lot about what new products I want to make. I would like to expand the Christmas village or Putz offerings. This is in part because I scheduled a December show at Guardino Gallery, where I'm planning on doing a six foot holiday scene in their window with many of the items from the Bunny with a Toolbelt line. It's really hard to see what's at the bottom of this wonky castle, even on the original postcard, but it still inspires me to get back to the workbench.

P.S. I created a poll at the bottom of this page where you can vote on items you'd like to see added to this section. If you think of anything I haven't, email me at ! Thanks!!


it's alive!!!

Thanks to my sweetie who helped along the way, including the final push yesterday (with details like getting the shopping cart feature to work!) We are now officially open for business! I know there are still some broken links I'm trying to fix as they rear their ugly heads, but it's a big relief to have this enormous project done.


Toolbelt? Check.

I found the perfect ribbon at Collage
, my sweet little neighborhood art store. After debating something cartoony (polka dots on red ribbon) or clever (a ribbon ruler that's sort of like a tape measure?) I decided to go with classy--a nice maroon with gold dots. They remind me of rivets, so it's perfect. Here's a little film I took to show all the tools on the toolbelt.

To see the product image of this item, click here and go to the "critters" section!