Friday, October 31, 2008
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Such a cute little blood sucker!
And, an extra this week:
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Sunday, October 26, 2008
I didn't have any stupid comments about my crafts either, which was a relief! Last show people kept telling me that my dolls were "slammit doll" which, ah no, they are NOT. I received a BUNCH of compliments on both my pendants and my dolls. I was surprised that I didn't sell more magnets. I was also surprised that I didn't sell more of my brand new bobby pins.
My two tables.
The pink pendant tree! I put the tree on a lazy susan so it turned.
Pendants hanging on the bottom of the tree.
I put my bobby pins on the right side of the table. (yours truly in the mirror!)
Magnets on the left side of the table.
Close up of dolls - I love that cupcake dollie! She has sprinkles on her legs.
I had found these cute little doll chairs at an antique store and used them as a display.
A., I love this and I love it that you made it for me! I will keep it always!
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Monday, October 20, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
As a side note, remember when I got mad before because someone stole my creamer? WELL, today, I stole someone elses! heh heh heh. I even opened it - took off the seal and everything. So it would be obvious that I stole some. I am evil.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Monday, October 13, 2008
Thursday, October 9, 2008
OH! And in other craft news! At my last craft show, my most popular items were my resin magnets. I decided to buy some supplies to make more magnets to take to my next show (October 25). I scored 100 bottle caps for $5 from Etsy! The magnets are quick and easy to make. I'm not going to make 100 of them, but it never hurts to have extra supply on hand. I also had another idea: I'm going to make resin bobby pins for kids and adults. I have short hair, so when I want to make a change for a day, really my only option is to pull the front of my hair up into a bobby pin. I'm not impressed with plain bobby pins. So I'm going to make my own. I got some bobby pins on Etsy and some resin cups for them. Pics below. I'm way excited to get started. I think I'll take those to my show too to see how they do, and I'll definetely post them in my shop. Craft, craft, craft!
This is Goody Goody's eye pillow.
Some of the bottle caps I purchased. Mike could never drink enough beer himself to keep up with my supply demand. I like how there is a lot of variety to them!
These are the bobby pins that I bought. They measure 2 inches. I'll glue my resin part to the base.
These are the resin bases that I got. I'm so excited about these because they have lace edging, which means that the light shines through them and they really dazzle.
I have hair clips in my shop now - the bobby pins will be similar, but smaller. The resin base of the bobby pins is half the size of this one.
A side view of the hair clips. They have an alligator clip on the back of them. Which doesn't really work in all hair types. I'm glad I thought of the bobby pin idea!
* Isn't that picture cute - she was out cold at the hospital so I just had to take a picture. Sleepy angel!