That's why we're hoping you'll link up with us each week and together we can get these wonderful people some traffic! It can be anything from blogs to etsy stores to instagram shops to farmer`s markets to local restaurants and retail stores. The possibilities are endless! Whether this linky gets big or stays small - any little bit of help counts. Especially in today`s economy.
This linkup will go live every Tuesday at 12:30am (Germany time haha) on my blog, and 12 midnight on Tuesdays over at Chelsea's blog, but feel free to drop your link in at any point during the week. W don`t have a large amount of followers, so please spread the word! We think this is all something that everyone can get behind, and a simple, yet great act of kindness.
|All images from Water in my Paint's Etsy Shop! Click here to view more!|
|photo from her ABOUT page.|
I paint animals because animals make me happy.
I started this shop 2 years ago just to see what would happen. At that time I was unhappily working as a freelance pattern drafter because I still didn't think it was possible to make a living as an artist (really, who does!?) Luckily the shop has grown and so has my excitment about it all.
Unlike many artists who seem to have been born with a paint brush in their hand, the first time I seriously picked up a brush was in Fashion School where I was taught how to illustrate. It was illustration, not fashion, that stole my heart.
I find inspiration in all types of animals but the ones who inspire me the most are the ones who keep me company all day (2 dogs, 2 cats). This trusty band of strays and runaways never fail to celebrate when a painting goes right, and commiserate when a painting goes bad. [source]