Monday, April 16, 2012

Monday Member Mini -- Splendid Little Stars

Today we are featuring Margaret of Splendid Little Stars -- one of the most colorful shops in the Etsy family! Margaret has been creating and selling hand-dyed and hand-painted clothing for over 20 years and began her journey in tie-dying with inspiration from her daughter's first grade teacher.

Ranging from bright and fun colors to soft and subtle tones, the Splendid Little Stars shop is full of t-shirts, hair scrunchies, scarves and even washcloths! All tie-dyed or hand painted and beautiful.

In addition to the wonderful tie-dye and hand-painted designs offered in her shop, Margaret also teaches the art of tie-dyeing to youth groups in her area, sells at arts and craft shows, does commission work, and supplies fundraisers. Whew! Margaret is a very busy lady!!



To visit Margaret's shop, just click on the Splendid Little Stars Mini!

Be sure to check back here for more Monday Member Minis for a little sneak peek into our members' shops!

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Sarah is the owner of Magnolia Surprise where you can find crochet toys and play food for the kids, as well as fun coasters, potholders and other items for the home. In addition to crochet, she loves needlework of all types, especially cross-stitch and embroidery, and also enjoys painting on wood and found objects.

7 comments:

Splendid Little Stars said...

Thanks, Sarah, for this wonderful feature on me and my shop! ♥

memoriesforlifescrapbooks said...

Margaret's work is so beautiful and I love her new scarf!

Rose said...

Great feature, Sarah! Margaret does beautiful work.

Linda Pruitt said...

Margaret's items are gret! She once did a T-shirt for my Grand daughter! Nice!

storybeader said...

great write-up on Margaret. Enjoyed it! {:-D

Kathleen said...

Such a fun shop! I really love her scrunchies =)

Judy Nolan said...

Margaret's work is lovely. I especially like that whispery white, almost transparent scarf in the upper left corner.