SnapdragonOriginals' Shop Announcement

Welcome to Snapdragon by Nina Shope! I design and hand make folk-art inspired creations, art dolls, ornaments, hoop art, festive garlands, and vibrant knitting (fingerless gloves, scarves, cowls) -- all in a variety of price ranges. I adore bright color combinations and surprising combinations of textures and materials. My folk art designs feature Frida Kahlo, mermaids, saints and icons, Day of the Dead skeletons, and other funky themes. I am more than happy to consider custom orders! I've had a lot of fun making these items, and my shop has a little bit of everything I love in it! I hope you find something you love too. Any item will make a great gifts for fans of handmade crafts, folk-art, and funky unique creations... Happy browsing!

To learn more about my process and my inspirations, please visit https://etsy.com/shop/snapdragonoriginals/about

NOTE: Thanks to a very successful Holiday Fair in New York, my stocks are low, so please feel free to contact me (convo me) about any item you are interested in that is out of stock and I will try my best to fulfill your needs! The best way to see sold out items is to click on the "shop sales" on my store page at https://etsy.com/shop/snapdragonoriginals

Your purchase will come wrapped in bright tissue paper and ribbon. Also consider buying one of my gift tags: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SnapdragonOriginals?section_id=16314220&ref=shopsection_leftnav_1

I ship USPS first class, but if you need me to ship priority, we can work out a modified shipping price. To read more about my policies, please visit https://etsy.com/shop/snapdragonoriginals/policy

Along with my sister, I recently opened a new supply shop on Etsy. Please check it out! www.twosisterssupplies.etsy.com!

My ornaments and art dolls have been featured twice in the Brown Alumnae Monthly's Gift Guide (to see the last issue I was featured in, please visit http://www.brownalumnimagazine.com/content/view/3815/32/). One of my large Frida Kahlo dolls, “Frida with Monkeys” (sold) was exhibited in the Everson Museum in Syracuse, New York. The dolls are extremely detailed and inspired by the artist and her work!

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.