Hey! I'm Andrea!
Welcome to my crafty spot on the web. It's taken me a long time to come back online and put myself out there, but here I am!
I love sharing my work and my ideas. I am an avid swapper and would love to swap with you! Reach out if you have a swap idea.
I also make and sell soaps when I'm in the mood, and my 6th grader has a tie-dye store, PB Printz, where he sells hand-dyed masks and socks.
Here's some of my recent items! My soaps are almost sold out, but there are quite a few sugar scrubs available here.
I have also been obsessed with press-on nails. They aren't like the nails from the 80's anymore! I designed a nail planner that helps sort and organize and is available here as a printable PDF and I can even make you a laminated/personalized version for just a few dollars more.
Where am I hanging out?
I'm an avid swapper and I'm a member of a few really great groups. If you know of any other fun places to connect with people for swaps, please let me know!
Swap-bot is a fun site that has hundreds of active swaps. I've been a member for over 10 years, but just recently decided to get more active. I would love to connect with you and help you gain ratings that will allow you to do even more swaps! Join me & friend me!
My Swap-Bot Group
Join my group on Swap-bot.com to help build up your ratings and reputation so you can so more swapping! We are still growing, but would love to have you!
Would also love for you to bring your idea's 🙂
Pocket Letter Pals
This is a fun little site. This is the original site created by Jeanette Lane when she invented the pocket letter.
It's not as active as it used to be, but I'd love to connect with you if you're a member or become a member.
Million Little Swaps
Million Little Swaps is a very well run facebook swapping group. Every day of the month has a new swap posted and the admin team is amazing at keeping the group organized.
This is my #1 swap group choice!
Get In Touch
I'd love to hear from you! Let me know if you'd like to swap or need help with anything.
“We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents.”