RedWombatStudio

Art and Other Oddities

Pittsboro, North Carolina | 437 Sales

RedWombatStudio

Art and Other Oddities

Pittsboro, North Carolina 437 Sales On Etsy since 2016

5 out of 5 stars (85)

Announcement   I am back from book tour! And yes, I'm making more stuff! Apparently making stuff is a thing that I do now...

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Last updated on Oct 27, 2016

I am back from book tour! And yes, I'm making more stuff! Apparently making stuff is a thing that I do now...

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How An Illustrator Started Making Jewelry On A Whim

I'll be honest, I went to a bead sale and spent too much money. The colors! The textures! The...thingies that go in other thingies!

In a desperate attempt to actually use the thingies that I had purchased, I decided to make myself a necklace. But I couldn't find anything in the vague weird modern petroglyph style I like, and then I thought "Hey, I could draw that, maybe I could find a way to make that happen..." and then I spent about three days in the studio experimenting and breaking things, and then I had about fifteen pendants and had managed to spend even more money on materials.

This shop is my desperate attempt to make this creative tornado pay for itself. Etsy told me to be honest in this space and that people like stories. I am not sure if this is what they meant.

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  • Ursula Vernon

    Creator, Owner

    I'm a children's book illustrator and author in my other life. I garden and make weird little things.

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Last updated on Jul 17, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

I'm afraid I'm not taking custom orders at this time.

Care instructions

Pendants are reasonably water-resistant, but please don't wash them! If they get dirty, wipe them clean with a soft cloth.

Do not store in an extremely humid environment, as this may make the sealer tacky. Should this happen, place it somewhere dry and let it cool off for a bit, and it should go back to normal.

Sandpaper, dishwashers, the digestive tracts of large animals, etc, are Right Out.