It has been raining off and on for the last few days in Cleveland. With the rain comes cooler temperatures, and with cooler temperatures comes the comfort food! My husband loves any dish that has a proper thick sauce to … Continue reading
In the O’Neill household, Shrimp doesn’t stand a chance. As long as I can remember, we always had shrimp at our holiday gatherings. Between my Uncle Frank, Dad, Shawn, and I we would eat at least a few pounds of shrimp … Continue reading
Today was a very interesting day for me, to say the least! The first of the month always, and I mean always is my busiest day of the month…every month. I am in charge of a few different newsletters, phones, … Continue reading
Summer is in full swing at my household, the garden is growing, Matt plays golf on the weekends, and now we are exploring with new camera equipment. Matt is having fun with his new camera learning about the camera … Continue reading
I am officially a married woman! My wedding was last Saturday, and I can’t describe to you the roller coaster of emotions I have been through. I have also never cried so many happy tears in my life, I am … Continue reading
I can’t believe that it has been since January since my last post!!! My life has been spinning out of control lately, in a good way. The bakery has been super busy, and I got hired as a client concierge at Kim … Continue reading
As many people in the USA, I have been dealing with the extreme cold temperatures of 2014. In Cleveland, Ohio today, it got down below 10 degrees, with a wind chill of -30. So naturally, I grabbed my camera and went to explore the ice! I live in a town that has beautiful waterfalls, and I knew that they would create some very unique images. The waterfalls were not completely frozen, but had many different pieces of ice incorporated. The water and ice working together, remind me of an alternate universe, a universe where the glass blowing artist Chihuly would live. Enjoy… and stay warm!
In the past week or so, I have been diving into the Esty world, and learning that it is a very vast world! I opened my Tiffany O’Neill Photo shop on Etsy, and began uploading images of prints that people can buy. I know that many people don’t change their artwork in their homes very often so that got me thinking of different ways to use my images.
The first thing that I noticed was that there are copious amounts of coasters on Etsy. I am clearly not inventing the wheel here. I did notice that there are not many coasters of my home town, Cleveland, or Chagrin Falls for that matter. So that is where my coasters come in. I have many different images of Ohio, Cleveland, and Chagrin Falls, so I got to work. I believe that these coasters could add to a home’s decor, and be some nice conversation pieces at a party.
The first coasters that I thought of were Cleveland based. We have many different landmarks in Cleveland, so these are just the beginning.
This set of coasters I call the CLEVELAND ROCKS! It has 2 coasters with the Skyline, and 2 coasters with an image of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. You can’t come to Cleveland and not see the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame!
All of my coasters are made out of ceramic tile, with felt on the back to avoid scratching the tables. That is the point of a coaster right…to protect the table? All of the images are taken by me, Tiffany O’Neill, and are printed professionally. These coasters can be purchased on my Esty shop for $25.o0 a set. Please spread the word, and follow my journey on Etsy!
Do you have a shop on Etsy? If so, I would love to see it. Please share!
For those of you that read my post yesterday, I was having a hard time whether or not to put my photography on Etsy. I got some serious feedback, and it was ALL over the map. I had photographers tell me that it is nearly impossible to sell photography as “art”, and I had entrepreneurs chirping in my ear tell me to “DO IT”. So I figured, the compulsive nature in my belly wouldn’t give up unless I try.
My Etsy account is set up as Tiffany O’Neill Photo, and I am putting some of my most popular photos up on it in print form to start. I figure to give me a little time to organize things, start with what I know, and that is prints. I intend to expand my offerings in the coming months to calendars, framed images, stationary, cards, and coasters. Get a little artzy on you!
So please, visit my Etsy site, and say hi, or favorite a picture, or follow the progress of my shop! That is why we have blogs right, for exposure? You can find my shop at this link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TiffanyOneillPhoto
I hope you enjoy, and stop back, to see the progress!
*Food is Art is Life*