See more of Pilar’s work HERE.
See more at their shop HERE.
Merry Go Round Monograms
Jean Martin of Merry Go Round Monograms can embroider your favorite Corgi’s likeness on a range of items, from tote bags to t-shirts, sweatshirts to golf shirts, canvas briefcases to plush fleece blankets.
Merry Go Round does not have a website at this time, but Jean can be reached by phone at the number on her business card:
Watch a clip from the video version of “Floyd” HERE.
BTW, Kim did the cover art for this year’s edition of CorgiAid’s “The Watching.”
Last but not least, there is The Daily Corgi 2011 Calendar, filled to the brim with nearly 300 Corgis to keep you company all year long!
Feel good and do good: $2 from every sale goes to CorgiAid!
I began work on the calendar as a fundraiser back in April, coordinating with 200+ Daily Corgi readers to reserve spots in the calendar for their Corgi(s).
Graphic artist/Corgi Mom Elisa Migliacci generously donated her time and talent to lay out the photos and design the calendar so that it looks really good. It’s a BIG calendar (11 x 17) and it looks AWESOME!
(If I do say so myself).
The calendar project generated over $1,000 in entry fees alone, and at the time of this blog post has raised an additional $450 in sales … all for CorgiAid.
To view all twelve Corgi-licious months and purchase your copy, click HERE.
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That’s all for this week! Visit the blog again next Sunday to see more nifty Corgi gifties!
If you are an independent artist/craftsperson who creates Corgi-themed items and would like to be featured here, please contact me: email@example.com
My Dog! So many talented, gifted folks. All of the products shown are amazingly wonderful! Can't wait to start ordering holiday stuff now. Thanks for sharing all these folks with us.
Crystal & Hamlet says
Thank you for doing this! This should definitely be an annual thing. I see some wishlist items and some gifts for corgi friends! Thanks!
i want it all!