What? I'm sorry? You were asking where Industrial Country on etsy is? Ha...it's still in production. Because I'm not done with it yet. I know, I know...it doesn't have to be perfect, I know the shop won't be hit with thousands of customers the first day, I know that things are always fixable.
I've just been giving a lot of thought to what I really want Industrial Country to be. It's hard to explain. I want it to be organized and thoughtful, fun and different...an actual shop rather than a random collection of things I've picked up.
I have a chance to do a 'line' of items, not a huge one, but a small handmade collection of items that complement the vintage items I'll carry. At first...fabric flowers, pillows, maybe a few lampshades, some paper goods: tags, flat cards and labels; fabric covered boxes.
I'm just going to be a bit more choosy about what I carry altogether. I want cohesive and ordered. Like a curated collection, if that makes sense. I'll also release products slowly, initially. At first, the flowers. Then pillows. Then, well, whatever I feel like releasing next.
Look at all that lovely metal!
I went to my storage space today. I took a picture of what the unit looks like...all stuffed. I'm starting to list some of the larger things on Craigslist. I'd love a few quick sales to start the ball rolling on getting that storage space emptied out.
More metal, more wheels, lovely vintagey goodness!
Because, really, if I keep finding all kinds of good stuff...I'm going to need the space to put it!