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Featured in: Time Out New York


About a month ago I was contacted by an Etsy press guy about an opportunity to be featured in Time Out New York, a weekly magazine that features a calendar of events, activities & things to do in NYC including restaurants, bars, theater, music, clubs and more. They were looking for Etsy sellers located in the five boroughs who've created some awesome thing for their personal space. I had some pillows that I created a while back so I decided to send a photo and a brief description to Time Out New York. A week later I received an email from a Senior Editor at Time Out letting me know that they would love to include my pillow in their roundup! I just discovered that my entry was featured along with 9 other designers work in their Oct 15-21, 2009 Issue. See here for the full feature.


Comments

WOOT WOOT!! Congrats to you! That is awesome!
Unknown said…
congratulations! How exciting! The pillow is gorgeous too! Such wonderful colors.
StaroftheEast said…
Great feature, congrats!!
IKABAGS said…
omg , how beautiful nice news !
Congrats to you Elisa !!!
Yay !!

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