Is the heart of rock-n-roll still beating? According to local Dallas jewelry designer Jacky Sylvie, “Heck Yeah!”. Just a little ole gal from Texas with a dusty box of records, Jacky couldn’t bear the thought of tossing out her beloved vinyl just to sit in a landfill surrounded by the buzzards. Clever experimentation led to the creation of wearable art and Texas Tarts was born- or rather- recycled! This exclusive line of jewelry gives portable music a whole new meaning. Fashioned of reclaimed vinyl records, each piece is handmade from the first cut and shaping to the final gentle sanding. And, because of each album’s unique qualities, every last Texas Tarts piece is one-of-a-kind.
Thanks to Texas Tarts, now the music can go on forever without impacting our environment!
Just 2 days until the greatest event in town. Where else but the 2nd Annual Jingle Bash can you find 40 of the most talented local artists, music, swag bags, cocktails and all for free! Come check out the new vinyl pendants, necklaces, and rings with graphics from bombs, owls, to initials to robots. New charm bracelets and necklaces and so much more. And still all made Texas proud with recycled records.
You can find your Texas Tarts in the upstairs ball room of the historic Sons of Hermann Hall this Saturday from 1 to 7pm. Viva La Bash!
Pink cocktails, talented artists, shopping and music all under one roof? Yes, I'm talking about The Girlie Show in Oklahoma City this Friday and Saturday. Texas Tarts has been hard at work making new vinyl creations. We will be launching our new line of embellished pendants and cuffs with owls, robots, birds, bombs, initials and so much more. Also, check out the vinyl charm bracelets and necklaces. Each one is one-of-a-kind and sure to get you noticed! See you at Girlie 09!
I am giddie as a school girl to be doing Girlie Show this Friday and Saturday in Oklahoma City. This show is what every girl dreams of, shopping, music, and cocktails all rolled together! Come check out Texas Tarts along with a host of other amazing vendors from Texas such as Tara to the T, Cut Out & Collect, Pamela Michelle, Enju and Super Chica. See ya!
Where did October go? Since I was a wee girl October has always been my favorite month. It's my birthday month, the weather is changing and I absolutely love Halloween. Now as adult it still is my favorite. From getting pumpkins carved, costumes made and celebrating my 10 year wedding anniversary on the 30th, October has it all.
Texas Tarts is getting ready for some amazing shows! On November 6th the Tarts will be heading to Oklahoma City for Girlie Show! Come check out tons of female vendors, music, and good times on Friday, Nov. 7 and Sat. Nov. 8 at Farmers Public Market, 311 S. Klein Ave. http://www.thegirlieshow.net/about.php
Then on Saturday, November 21st from 1 to 7 at Sons of Hermann Hall you will see 50 of the greatest local vendors around. This show will be awesome and take care of all of your holiday gift giving needs. http://www.etsydallas.com/
Saturday. December 5 from 6 to midnight come check out the Tarts at Gifts and Garters at Excuses Cafe 3025 Main in Deep Ellum. Burlesque, music and vintage holiday shopping all under one roof! myspace.com/giftsandgarters