Fitzgerald was forced to close her Etsy store earlier this week after
introducing a series of vagina pendants that shut down her lady garden party.
Fitzgerald's store, Moonflower
Creations, has been selling handmade crystal artwork (and love) since early
2015, but the installation of her latest line of cha-cha art wound up being more
than she could handle.
According to a
recent post on her Instagram page, Fitzgerald decided to share an image from
her "yonis" collection after being called a freak by her daughter.
"The all seeing eye✨vageyena✨," she jokes, "So my daughter was a
bit down on me for making this (you're a freak mum). I felt like maybe I
shouldn't post it but for one, ART and another, yonis are great. Also, for all
girls including my daughter: this is not weird."
posting the image (below), the pendants took on a life of their own, prompting
followers to make a mad dash over to Moonflower Creations and order a vaginal
keepsake of their own.
Selling out is
great when you are a shopkeeper, but when supply is down, and
you're a one-woman show, it can be downright overwhelming—as was the case for
Fitzgerald. After being inundated with requests and comments, she decided to
close her Etsy shop temporarily to meet the needs of newfound vagina
But we can still admire her work, up close and personal, on Instagram.
Though her site
appears to be up and running smoothly once again, it is missing the glittery
vajizzle that caused it to collapse in the first place. Maybe she
is busy getting caught up on orders and working on a new line of vulvtastik
art? Until then, all we can do is bask in the gaze of the shimmering eye vageyena that took the world by
storm and wait for what's headed our way.