Looking back from now to March, my Etsy Journey looks so very much different than I thought it would. I honestly thought I would just craft an eclectic range of product. I thought Etsy would be just a simple handmade business. The fact is, in those two months alone, the shape and scope of my Etsy Shop transformed before my very eyes. I couldn’t be prouder of where I’ve landed and where I’m ultimately going. I am increasingly excited for the future of my business.
Want to make your own printable art in Adobe Illustrator? Let me show you how! It’s easy, it’s fun, and your house will be prettified.
I recently stumbled upon Creative Market and I quickly found a bunch of things to pin for personal use as well as business use.
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.
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.
This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures for more information. When I started loom knitting three years ago, I had zero clue what tools I needed. (Want to learn how to loom knit? See this post). Really all I knew that I needed was a loom and a hook. But as I’ve grown as… Continue reading Find Out Fridays: What’s in My Loom Knitting Kit
Today’s Find Out Friday is for a product that I use regularly for my shop: decoupage. Decoupage (trademarked name Mod Podge) is a shifty character. Don’t get me wrong – I use it so regularly I should buy stock – but it can be a a straight-up jerk sometimes. Today I’m going to share my top five… Continue reading Find Out Fridays: The Art of Decoupage