Thursday, March 21, 2013

Potlucks on the Porch Etsy Shop Grand Opening!!

We are so excited to announce the opening of our ETSY SHOP!! We've been hard at work and are excited to show you
some of the frames we make... well actually, my husband, Mike, and his friend, Jerem {who have joined us in this Etsy shop} do the makingWe Potlucks on the Porch ladies sell, design, and  help reclaim old wood... Without further ado, introducing...


The extremely awesome part about these frames is that you can choose the color and finish. Wait till you see the amazing and beautiful possibilities!!

 With the purchase of a frame, here are the choices of color:

With the purchase of an "antique" or beadboard frame (a.k.a. the Devon, Nantucket, Kennebunkport, or Antique frames below), you may choose an antiqued, distressed or weatherworn finish.

To further explain:
Antiqued- {as seen in the colors above}. This involves painting  the frame and sanding spots of it. Then an antiquing agent is applied to give it a "worn" look.

Distressed: The base paint coat is dark, then the color of  choice is painted over the top. This leaves the base to show through.

 Weatherworn: This involves a combination of crackling, dry brushing, and sanding.

With the purchase of a frame from the "barnwood" section of our shop, you may choose a rustic, antiqued, or distressed finish.

 Rustic: a process of painting and sanding to mimic those old awesome painted barns.
Antiqued & Distressed = see above :).

Here's a closer look at some of the frames we are selling right now...

Head on over to our ETSY SHOP and have a look!! Watch for some deals in the coming weeks for these frames!

Thanks for stopping by!

P.S.If any of you have advice about selling on Etsy,  please let us know in the comments!!!

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  1. Replies
    1. Thank you, Bethany :). I appreciate you checking them out!

  2. Congrats on your store! The biggest trick to selling on Etsy is to relist often. We relist a few items every few hours. It keeps you on top of search engines. Good luck! Lisa

    1. Thank you so much, Lisa for sharing that trick! I would have never thought of that.


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