About Sharry's Place
Sharry's Place was the name of a gift shop I once owned, and though the store was closed in 2002, I couldn't bear to completely give up doing something under the name. Though the content has changed since we went online after the store closed, the love of sharing different things with you hasn't.
With Just A Click
I have loved taking pictures since I was 13 when I received my first camera, a Kodak Instamatic X-15 (which I still have). For Christmas in 1981, I received a Canon T70 with several types of lenses. For several years, my photographs were taken using the Canon T70 with an 80-200mm telephoto lens. I eventually started using a Kodak EasyShare Z740; however, I've not given up using the Canon T70 entirely. The camera I use now is a Sony CyberShot.
Comic Books, Horror Films, & Conventions
In 2011, I attended my first convention dedicated to the horror film & tv industry. Suffice it to say, after the convention was over I was hooked. Since then my son and I have also attended the Lexington ComicCon (held in Lexington, KY) and the FandomFest/Fright Night Film Fest (held in Louisville, KY).
Over the years I have tried my hand at several different crafts such as sewing, machine embroidery, and ceramics. Of these three I have found ceramics is the most relaxing. Let it be said, however, I am not an expert at any of them. :-) With ceramics, it's fun to google all the different types of items you can paint, as well as the different color combinations. One day I would love to own my own kiln so that I can fire my own pieces.
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A new craft I'm in the process of learning is heat transfer vinyl (HTV). HTV is very popular at the moment, and my daughter and I are teaming up together to learn how to do it. Our cutter and heat press have arrived, and I am in the process of setting them up and learning how to use them. After several trial-and-error attempts, I think I'm on my way to getting the hang of heat pressing vinyl. There are so many nifty things/ideas you can make with vinyl, and I look forward to trying quite a few of them. I have since opened an online store; you can visit it by clicking on the link below.
If you're looking for shirts, caps, hoodies, sweatshirts and other apparel that can be customized with monograms, sayings or text of your choice, why not check out A Family Affair Boutique. We also do decals. Just click on the banner below to visit our store.
My Other Companies
I am an independent distributor with J. R. Watkins Products and Young Living Essential Oils. Each company offers top of the line products. Please feel free to visit these companies by clicking on the banners below. Also feel free to contact us for more information.