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1  Father's Day E-Reader Covers in Father's Day by ladymizri on: June 06, 2011 07:57:46 PM
I made these really cute E-Reader covers for Father's Day, and am planning on selling them at a local market days this weekend.  I made one for my dad that is personalized with his name on the inside cover. 




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2  Re: Fairy Costumes: Need Feedback in Get Product and Website Opinions by ladymizri on: March 30, 2011 07:22:06 PM
Thanks, everyone for the wonderful feedback!  This one I have shown here is a size 7-8, and I don't have a child that will fit that fairy...  I've been looking for one.  I will definately check out the websites mentioned!  I made the wings myself by embroidering the design onto stiff felt, trimming, and then sewing a second layer of felt with velcro to the embroidered piece.  The bodice has velcro on it.  I've been contemplating selling the bodice and wings alone, or (if I make it to sell at a ren faire) having a "Build-a-Fairy" where, for a set price, you pick the dress/tutu, bodice and wings from a selection in the shoppe.  I have another style of wings and can make a dress for under it, since I know some people are against little girls showing some belly...  lol....  If you checked out my etsy store, you have seen the hot pink one, if not, here is a pic of my daughter in it.  It's a little big on her, though. 



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3  Fairy Costumes: Need Feedback in Get Product and Website Opinions by ladymizri on: March 28, 2011 06:43:26 PM
I recently designed a line of fairy costumes and listed them in my etsy store, but they aren't moving at all!  I've received a ton of compliments, but only one sale.  I'm asking $68 for them, and that includes a full tutu, long-sleeved crop-top, lace-up bodice and wings that velco to the bodice and are embroidered.  Here are some pics of the Autumn Fire Fairy I have.  I also have the same fairy in Blue and in Green, and am offering custom colors/sizes.  What does everyone think of these, am I charging too much?  Thanks!








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4  Re: list your etsy store here! in Selling Crafts on Etsy.com by ladymizri on: March 22, 2011 10:42:21 AM
I sell girls' and womens' Renaissance faire costumes.  I started with girls garb, and recently started branching into the womens garb. 



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5  Lilac Fairy Costume in Costumes: Completed Projects by ladymizri on: March 22, 2011 10:09:07 AM
My daughter wanted to be a fairy this past year when we went to faire, and with a little help from an embroidery design on Urban Threads, I made it happen.  I will also never again make a tutu that has an actual waistband and hook and eye....  Too much hassle, but she loved it!





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6  Party invitations in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by ladymizri on: March 22, 2011 09:21:44 AM
I'm pretty new to paper crafts, I started scrapbooks for both of my kids, and according to the scrapbooks, neither of my children is over a few months old...  But I started planning my son's 6th birthday party, a luau, and discovered that I didn't want plain-jane store-bought invitations.  I didn't like them.  While looking around the mighty web for crafts to do with my kids, I came across a tutorial on here for marbled cards made with shaving cream and food coloring.  I put this to the test and had fun with the kids as we marbled our paper.  I then ran the paper through the printer and they are now ready to hand out!  I also looked up each child's name in Hawaiian to put on the invitation, a neat little touch.  






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