Friday, November 27, 2009

Exclusive: Nick Paul Ornaments

We are so excited to be the exclusive Chicago carrier for these amazing hand blown glass ornaments by local artist Nick Paul! In a range of sizes and colors - just like snowflakes, no two are alike! Ornaments retail for $24 and will make a great addition to your tree, or the perfect host gift at a holiday fete. Feel great about giving a gift that supports local artisans this holiday season!

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Fortunate... In Bed

Check out these new adorable cards from Art School Girl's very own Amy Rowan. Who doesn't love reading their fortune and adding the saucy little "in bed" tag line at the end? These cards are funny, sweet, and charming all wrapped up into one, and we can't get enough! Cards sell for $5.50 each. Pick one up at Foursided Andersonville, and we promise you good fortune... in bed!

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Frames We Love

We want to showcase these great red frames that our customers can't seem to get enough of! From the bold glossy color to the unique detailing on the moulding, and we think anything framed in red packs quite the punch, don't you? Add a little spice to your walls and think outside the box with your custom framing! Available at both Foursided locations.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Cartoon Bling

What do you get a gal who has everything? Some cartoon bling, of course! These rings bring back fun childhood memories of Saturday mornings in front of the TV and feeding our precious quarters into the trinket machines at the grocery store. Who needs diamonds when you have these Hanna Barbara retro rings? $5 each at Foursided Andersonville.

Monday, November 23, 2009

Newly Created

Enjoy these new pieces available in our Andersonville gallery!

Top to bottom:
"Old Chicago" constructed from mid century hand painted blocks, a coloring book page, and wood backing from an 1800's frame, $155.

"Chicago Card Game" constructed from game cards surrounded with old window frame cut to size, $160.

"Santa in Tennis Racket Holder" constructed from a vintage card stock Christmas decoration, glass, and an antique tennis racket holder, $65.