I find that Printable Cards give you just enough structure to get going, but considerably more freedom to make it your own than a store bought card. For today’s Find Out Friday, I’m going to show you how one printable can be dressed up three different ways.
I really love to read. I love to read so much, that I actually worked at a library in college. It was amazing; when patrons didn’t need help, I could read to my heart’s content. *sigh* I had an endless supply of books and because I had to shelve them, first dibs when new ones… Continue reading 10 Amazing Books for New Entrepreneurs
Operation Debt Free is still in full-effect. In fact, at the end of this month, we’ll be able to put a sizable dent in our debt snowball! It was a lot of little things that added up, and I attribute some of our success to these 10 things that we did to save extra money this month.
There are some amazing people on Etsy. And to prove it to you, I’m going to start featuring some remarkable shops.
My pick this week, is a shop called The Grayson Project. This shop donates onesies to parents who have previously lost an infant, but have returned to a hospital to have their rainbow baby. The Shop Owner Mary, personally lost her son at 39 weeks, 3 days. This inspired her to reach out and help other moms who have experienced the same heartbreaking kind of loss. She also does random acts of kindness in memory of her son. You can read more about Mary’s shop here.
Wanna know something kind of amazing? Today was my original deadline to open my shop, and now here I am with 30 inventory items! My heart is so incredibly full. There is nothing better than doing something you love. And I truly love creating items for my shop. It’s been not just a fun outlet, but a cathartic one. Even though I’m “working” as I’m creating, it truly doesn’t feel like work. I’m having a lot of fun, and making friends along the way.
Hot off the presses and brand new to my Etsy Shop! The Best Mom Ever Printable Card!
For this edition of Find Out Friday, I’m going to teach you how to read a yarn label. This might seem strange, but it will make sense very soon for a Loom Knitting Tutorial series.