With so many different shops, I thought it best to list all of the sales here, in one spot. Some shops automatically feature Free US shipping. You may also combine items from different spots if you contact me to reserve these items and create a unique listing for your purchase. If you include items from a shop that includes free US shipping, then your entire order will receive free shipping! Contact me with any questions.
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paperkismet.etsy.com = supplies for planners and papercrafts :: planner charms, stretch your charm bracelets, stamps, digital stamps, etc.
whatsleftover.artfire.com and whatsleftover.etsy.com are my shops for vintage jewelry, and jewelry created remade from what’s left over when new or vintage jewelry falls apart. Some items that I can make multiples of, are featured in both shops, but the vintage items are OOAK, and a lot of the remade jewelry is OOAK. There may even be some beads and findings listed, that are what’s left over overstock from my craft studio.
dollkismet.etsy.com = one of two shops I have featuring jewelry and accessories made specifically for dolls (and to be purchased by doll collectors over the age of 14 only). These dolls can include Barbie, Tonner, Blythe, etc. I also have doll jewelry on eBay and that is my my main shop: http://stores.ebay.com/dollkismet all of the items in this shop are currently marked 20% off, but if your order total is more than $20, I will adjust the discount to 40% off, and issue a refund for the difference.
boutiquekismet.etsy.com = my shop for handmade jewelry for the romantic, book nerd, sci-fi geek, etc. with designs created using new beads and supplies. This shop features free US shipping.
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Four new necklaces designs were added to whatsleftover.artfire.com this week. My blog post is a day late, but I still hope this is the easiest way to shop my different shops.
UP THE RIVER
Wednesday posts will feature my whatsleftover.artfire.com shop.
I’ve had my What’s Left Over shop(s) for several years. On Artfire and on Etsy. They used to be my shops to sell the supplies left over from my creative endeavors. I respect that Artfire has made the move to focus on makers and small suppliers, so I’ve stopped selling in my What’s Left Over Etsy shop, and the Artfire shop has transitioned into vintage jewelry and creations made with pieces from new and/or vintage broken jewelry. It also includes creations made with supplies that may be limited qty., so all items in the shop can be considered OOAK. I’ve noted the style as quirky and so far the designs have been fairly simple. Surprisingly, I don’t have as much broken jewelry as I thought I had, or as I started out with when my jewelry making journey begin 8 years ago. There is likely to be a larger section of vintage pieces, and many of those will come from my personal collection as I purge.
Artfire is a Tucson-based company, so I am also showing support for my local economy. I appreciate you taking the time to read this post and visiting the shop if you are interested. I’ve put up a collage of some of the current pieces listed. My goal is to have at least nine new pieces up each week. Let me know what you think!
New earrings in the shop. I am favoring long dangles, and the orange beads remind me of abstract pumpkins. More Halloween and fall theme jewelry will be arriving in the Etsy shop this week.
That seems like a good question to answer. I wanted one location to consolidate posts and information regarding updates in all of my separate shops (including direct links to to products featured in photos). Eventually there will be a consolidation that will allow you to shop directly from one website under LoveKismetDesigns.
I have created separate shops in the past because I feel that my designs and creations in each one appeal to a different clientele. DollKismet is jewelry designed for dolls, literal dolls, and meant for the adult doll collector. BoutiqueKismet.com is my jewelry and accessories designed for the romantic. PaperKismet.com was created to focus on offering digital and physical products that would appeal to planner lovers and papercrafters. I didn’t know how to merge these (and a couple of other shops I have – vintage jewelry and graphic art – into one cohesive site. They all represent my eclectic design aesthetic and erratic productivity, so I decided that an eventual consolidation would make sense.
I hope this post makes sense, and that you find this a fun place to perhaps see and shop for items you might not have noticed previously. It would be like kismet! 😉