My invitation to you all to join in on a fabulous new online experience.
Artists, suppliers, handmades, crafts, dolls, and much more.
Shopping/Selling mall with a special home for ACEO enthusiasts.
SPECIAL: Sign up to join and network free. If you open a shop it's a set fee of $25 A YEAR, NO other fees for regular listings. You can have 300 items listed at one time. The bonus is, for a limited time, this per annum price is locked in for LIFE!
There are lots of things in store for us all there. I think you'll immediately feel at home.
Go have a look. When you sign in, if you don't mind putting in my email as reference for sending you on over there I'd much appreciate it.
jillian (at)jilliancrider (dot com)
It's growing by leaps and bounds, lots of fun things, and soon our very own marketplace!
Tuesday, February 24, 2009
I had fun creating this. A bib with my artwork - watercolor and ink - little girl in a bath with her rubber duck. I actually did a graphic artwork based on this, for network sites, but this is the original hand-done art. I labeled this "CupCake" in a great font - again, this was fun to create.
And it seemed just perfect on a bib in my Cafe Press store.
It seemed appropriate that these two kittens be labeled 'instinct'. As kittens have to learn about their new world, much of it by instinct.
This is a 5x7" watercolor I did a while back.
I have just put up this image onto ImageKind (see top of this page), so that prints can be obtained. I also sell it as ACEOs from my website, and on giftware, and so forth on Cafe Press.
These were two little kittens - a tuxedo and a tabby, waiting for adoption at my local animal shelter. I sure hope they found good homes.
Thanks for looking.
Monday, February 23, 2009
I have a lot of scans of my old, sold ACEOs, and love using them for other purposes. I've shown before how I created magnets from them. Now I've been even more creative, putting them on the front of journals, with other design elements.
Hope you'll take a look in the "WHAT'S NEW" section of my Cafe Press store:
Direct link to 'what's new':
I'm doing more right now, so be sure to bookmark it.
Thanks for looking.
Sunday, February 22, 2009
ACEO accessories. Listed on etsy (seller id: artistjillian)
I'm having fun designing these...
Buy this digital sheet with your PERSONAL customization. Print as MANY times as you want. Put your ACEO in a penny sleeve. Tuck it inside the cut-out, folded THANK YOU note card, with your promotional text on the back. Pop it inside the cut-out, folded envelope, with promotional text and greeting on the front. The back flap of the envelope explains ATC, ACEO acronyms + size. You can print at will, but not to share with others, or to alter in any way once purchased. I do the custom lettering.
Once packed, you can then put this in some substantial packaging - but this makes a really nice presentation package for your buyer, or if giving ACEO as a gift.
... as I said ... much fun. More designs to come!
I wanted to share these with y'all.
Friday, February 20, 2009
I absolutely love that I've been able to put some of my very best images onto good quality magnets for sale.
They make great presents and are not mass-produced.
I've sorted them by category.
I have put my name on each of them, as I am the artist, and bank on my name a lot, as I'm reasonably well known. If you'd like them without this, please let me know, and I'll provide them without my name.
ALSO, I'd love to hear your opinion, as to whether I SHOULD put my name on them, or not.
I'd love to be selling more, and if that is what it takes, I'll alter them. Thanx.
My magnets are HERE: http://www.cafepress.com/jilliancrider/1844971
Thanks for looking in.
Monday, February 09, 2009
ORIGINAL WATERCOLOR PAINTING
SFA - small format art
"Fuchsia - Fancy Frills" Available on eBay.
by Jillian Crider
on heavy archival watercolor paper.
image size 5.5" x 6"
The painting is extended onto the mat. The mat is
part of the painting.
matted size 11" x 11.5"
"This artwork is from 1993 when I created a series of fuchsia paintings for a calendar (never published), and subsequently for an exhibition.
This painting remains from that time, it was never sold, just packed away.
Personally I love this work, I love fuchsias, and this is just too lovely to be stored away and not seen.
Fuchsias are such 'happy' plants - so colorful and festive, and, in turn, this painting is a 'feel good' painting.
I'm hoping someone will give it a good home. Thank you."
Thanks for looking.