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Etsy Tuesday, 9/21/2010

Our feature shop this week is  Here is a little about Fawnda and her items.

Let me introduce myself... I am Fawnda and I own a small etsy shop called Funky Joy. It is just that... a little creative happiness for me to share with you! All items are made with personal attention and love. I also run a crafty blog called Fireflies and Jellybeans, where I share tutorials, and showcase other's fabulous ideas!

The snack bags:

Be green and cute at the same time with this reusable snack bag. Replace Ziploc baggies to save money and the earth! These reusable bags are perfect for bag lunches, snacks on the go, or a make-up travel bag. The bags are made with cotton fabric for the outside and PUL (polyurethane laminated) fabric in the inside, the closure is a zipper.

The Car trash bags:

This trash bag for your car is practical and cute! Replace disposable car trash bags and save money and the earth!

This trash bag is perfect answer for all the trash that can clutter up your car. It has a mouth that will stay open so it is easy to put your waste into it. It also would be great as a craft scrap trash bag, simply strap it to a chair while crafting.

This bag is made with cotton fabric on the outside and is lined with vinyl fabric so it is easy to wipe out to clean. It has a Velcro closure for the strap so that you can hang it on the gear shifter or the head rest

The Make-up rolls:

Now you can have a stylish way to store your make-up brushes!  This roll is great for keeping your make-up brushes (and make-up) neat and tidy while at home or traveling! This roll is lined with vinyl so that it is easy to clean.

Fawnda also loves working on custom orders!  Send her an e-mail through her Etsy Shop or her Blog.

Link up your shop to have a chance to be our Feature Shop next week!

Etsy Tuesday Rules:

1. Link up your Etsy shop, and choose a picture of your favorite item to share.
2. Visit the shop before and after you on the list, and send them a convo about an item you like in their shop.
3. Visit as many shops as you want, and give them a heart if you wish!


  1. Hi Kimberlee,
    Thanks so much for visiting my blog! I hope you're having a good week!!!

  2. Thanks for hosting this...I hope it "takes off"! I posted a link on my blog:
    Jennifer @ The Craft Barn

  3. Am a blog newbie!! I linked my shop. Yayy...
    : )

  4. Thanks for setting up the Etsy Tuesday promo! It's great for shop exposure!

  5. Hi, thank you for following my blog, I like your blog too. I am now following yours.
    Mary O


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