Author Archives: Brooke

Etsy Finds: Wildlife Photography by Rocky Top Print Shop

Well it’s snowing in Pittsburgh…It’s snowing on March 3 in Pittsburgh. And while snow at this time of year isn’t really so uncommon it is discouraging.  All we want around here is a little sun and warmth. But, that said…there are some good things about snowy weather, and here’s one.Take a look at this beautiful read more »

Etsy Finds:Vintage Danish Modern Wood Trays

In the past we’ve occasionally highlighted our flea market and thrift shop finds on the blog.   Starting today we’re taking it one step further with a new feature.  Just for fun and so we can highlight some of our favorite Makers, Finders, Crafters and Artists we’ll be posting items we’ve found and think you read more »

I Made It!

We just got word that we’ve been accepted to I Made It Market’s next event! Unlike past events where we’ve brought our Draw Your Own shirt set up, for this I Made It even we’re bringing along some of our pre-made wares.  Lots of t shirts, etched glass, and sticker for your car phone and laptop. read more »


There are lots of ways to get in touch with us about our products.  We have a website, an Etsy shop and a Facebook page but most of the products you’ll see there were dreamed up by us.  Some of our best work is designed by customers.  We do many custom jobs, etched glasses for read more »

Featured in Apartment Therapy: Robot Love

If you follow us on Facebook you might already know that our Valentine’s Day Robot cards were were featured over at Apartment Therapy.   Thanks to them for helping us show off one of the very first designs we made.   Due to the great feature we had a few orders to fill last night so we read more »

February Shoutouts!

So lately we’ve been lucky enough to be featured on a few blogs and treasury lists. Its great to know about it when our work is being seen and appreciated! For those of you who may not know, a Treasury is a way for Etsy buyers and sellers to publish a list of things they read more »

Mustache Robot Inspiration

We just finished our second design for glass earlier this week. We usually call him Mustache Robot, but I got the inspiration for the design from one of my favorite childhood stories. The original idea came from the L. Frank Baum books that came after The Wizard of OZ. I loved everything about Baum’s books read more »