buy it through my Etsy shop, or if you have a zine you'd like to trade, email me directly.
My other zine is a mini-zine that I just created in the last couple of weeks for a Swap-bot swap. I thought it turned out great, so I'm making more and selling it. Here's a picture of it in process:
This was my work area Easter night, after everyone else had gone to bed. You can see the collage I started with, and my mock-up next to it. And all my fun supplies. No PEZ was used in the making of this zine, sorry. My daughter just happened to leave those there when she went to bed (she got a bunny PEZ in her Easter basket, and then she went and found the Santa PEZ from Christmas so they could be friends).
This is my first mini-zine. I have been meaning to try one for a long time, and then I got a sheet with instructions on how to make a one-sheet zine as part of a trade at Artfest, and I immediately started fiddling with paper to see how it worked.
Then I did a collage for background before I ever knew what I was going to put in the zine. Then I was looking for something else, and flipping through photo albums from our vacations...and saw some funny pics of me with roadside attractions and cartoon characters at amusement parks, and an idea formed!
I also happened across a poem I had published, and decided I'd include a couple of my favorite short poems. And viola!
The finished minis.
Here's a peek at the inside, and you can see I packed a lot in there. You can see more and buy it in my Etsy shop, or think of something handmade you'd like to trade, like another mini-zine or a chunky ATC or something. I love trades!