Newest Listings!

I realized that I still had two items that I never listed in my Etsy shop, so I went ahead and did both of them back to back today! I'm up to 17 items for sale now. Slowly but surely getting there.

So here's some photos of my newest items for you to check out:

 This was actually for Mama Champ. She's going to hang it over two bulletin boards I did to match for all the artwork my nieces give her. I can't wait to see it hung!
 I really love this phrase. And I feel like this is a fun and whimsical representation of it, rather than being serious. I'm able to easily picture this in a tween's room, or even a college dorm. Its just so bright and sunny!

Another custom order, that segued into a listing for my shop. I'm a little weary about getting involved in wedding related items, because Brides terrify me. True story. But I love how these came out, and think it would be fun to do it again.

 I love all things Chicago. I've grown up here, even though I've lived in lots of different states and cities. Chicago is home. I went to college there, and I don't know if I can ever leave the area! Our skyline is beautiful, and I was inspired to paint it on a glass!
I cannot take credit for this idea - one of my teammates actually helped me come up with the idea and I love how it came out! I'm looking forward to playing around with other seasonal/holiday items!

If you'd like to check out all these and more items, please hop over to my online shop!

For now, its back to prepping for the big consignment unveiling next week! Been crossing a lot of my to-do list today... hopefully the trend keeps going all weekend and I'm 100% prepared for Tuesday!

Have a Champ-eriffic Weekend!!


  1. I love the Chicago glasses. I am from only a few hours away from Chicago and now live in the southeast. But I don't miss the winters!

  2. Thanks so much!! Although, winter in Chicago is my FAVORITE! When it snows in the city, its just...magical! The whole city is hushed, and glowing, and you feel like you've stepped into a snow globe