I’m working on a set of these right now. Should be done shortly.
Building logs out of plastic canvas.
I made a set of these one year for a friend’s grandson for Christmas. She told me he had a blast, though they had to put them away when the cat wanted to play too.
My three newest paintings… showing off!
Paintings I threw together in an hour… what do they make you think about?
Poking through my patterns the other day, I came across this cupcake. I figured why not make it up, only double sided?
Any 2 year old should find putting this together a fun pastime.
Gift size jewelry boxes. These are done in pink or blue, but can be made in any color combination.
Both wholesale and retail prices and terms available, contact me for details.
Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, please put a penny in the old man’s hat. If you haven’t got a penny a h’penny will do, if you haven’t a h’penny Gods bless you!
When you’re in business, and a customer buys an item that you JUST ran out of… the logical conclusion is you find one and have it drop shipped to them. In an emergency this is fine, maybe even expected. But as a general rule? Let’s look at that.
Benefits: You don’t see the merchandise, its sent directly to the customer. No expensive warehouse to buy/lease, no expensive merchandise to sink money into that might or might not sell. No staff to keep track of said merchandise, and no risk of theft or damage.
Drawbacks: You don’t see the quality of said merchandise. Good, bad or indifferent, you never see it so you can’t testify to it. Also, you don’t know what’s on hand when someone places an order (what if they ran out before your customer’s order and don’t tell you?). Any returns are still your problem not that of the company shipping for you. Something shows up damaged (or not at all), the customer comes to you, not the shipper.
Nevada Cards Coasters…. perfect for being reminded of visiting the Silver State.