READY AIM CRAFT…HOME OF THE ORIGINAL SHOTGUN SHELL AMERICAN FLAG!
July 15, 2017
Ready Aim Craft is an Etsy Shop jam packed full of American Pride and patriotism! This craft shop is comprised of various items that allow you to show off your love for The USA and express your Second Amendment rights.
Pennsylvania-Native Creates Artwork from Spent Ammunition, Surpasses 1000 Sales on Etsy
January 5, 2017
FAWN GROVE, Pa., Jan. 5, 2017 – Launched on Etsy in August 2013, Ready Aim Craft has surpassed the 1000-sale mark, while maintaining a 5-star average rating. Since it’s inception, the small shop has grown from a few small items made from spent ammo, like key chains and earrings, to over 100 items including an American flag made from over 360 12-gauge shotgun shells.
Ready Aim Craft Remembers the Alamo with Texas Flag Made from over 360 Once-fired Shotgun Shells
February 4, 2016
Ready Aim Craft has just added a new item to their e-commerce website, a Texas flag made entirely from spent 12-gauge rounds. Over 100 Rio rounds compose the vertical blue stripe, representing loyalty. The white and red horizontal stripes are made from 130 Fiocchi rounds and 130 Winchester rounds, representing purity and bravery, respectively.
Pennsylvania Craft Shop Donates Patriotic-themed Basket to Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation, Basket to be Auctioned During PVF's Silent Auction on November 7
November 2, 2015
Over the past two years, Janelle James has transformed her hobby of creating shotgun shell art into a growing business. What started with just a few items on Etsy, Ready Aim Craft now sells over 100 items made from empty shotgun shells and hopes to reach 1,000 sales by the end of 2015.
Ready Aim Craft to Join Nearly 250 Vendors This Weekend at 52nd Annual Catoctin Colorfest
October 9, 2015
After selling out of every item in stock during last year's Colorfest, Ready Aim Craft has expanded the variety and quantity of hand-made items they will be showcasing this year. For a second consecutive year, the shop anticipates being the sole vendor to feature artwork created from spent ammunition.
Ready Aim Craft to Participate in Ocean City's Labor Day Weekend Art & Craft Show, to Feature Handmade Items Constructed from Spent Ammunition
September 2, 2015
Ready Aim Craft has participated in numerous craft shows over the years, but this year will be the shop's first time at Ocean City's Labor Day Weekend Art & Craft Show, located at the Convention Center. The show opens on Friday, September 4 and will be going on through Sunday, September 6. Hours are 10am-5pm each day, and admission is free.
Despite Recent Controversy, Ready Aim Craft Adds Confederate Flag Made from Spent Ammunition to Website
August 5, 2015
While big retailers have banned Confederate flag items, Ready Aim Craft's Confederate Flag Wall Decor is making its debut. Since the start of the controversy back in June, the shop has received more requests than ever before to create a Confederate flag from the iconic item used for all Ready Aim Craft creations – the once-fired 12-gauge shotgun shell.
Ready Aim Craft Receives Trademark License from Marine Corps, Combines USMC Emblem and Spent Shotgun Shells to Create Unique Wall Art
July 1, 2015
In time for Independence Day, Ready Aim Craft has unveiled a new item to honor the Marine Corps. Similar to the handmade wooden signs created by the shop, the piece is lined with empty Winchester AA 12 gauge shotgun shells; the USMC emblem is then sealed to the wood.
Range365: "Art of the Empty Shell" by David Maccar
June 3, 2015
Apparently, spent shotshells and arts & crafts are a match made in heaven. A small company on Etsy called "Ready Aim Craft" launched in 2013, making a few baubles from shotshell casings like key chains and earrings, the business has since bloomed with a catalog of more than 100 items, according to this story from ammoland.com, and they just passed the 500-sale mark.
Maryland-Native Creates Artwork from Spent Ammunition, Surpasses 500 Sales on Etsy
June 2, 2015
Launched on Etsy in August 2013, Ready Aim Craft has just surpassed the 500-sale mark, while maintaining a 5-star average rating. Since its inception, the small shop has grown from a few small items made from spent ammo, like key chains and earrings, to over 100 items including an American flag made from over 360 12-gauge shotgun shells.