Really thank you! I thought the language was set up depending on the user location, I thought that I saw it in italian because I'm an italian user, while other people would see it in english...but nope! thanks for pointing it out, very useful, since I would never discovered it. I modified my profile on Paypal and the cart is in english now
Hello, I did my site myself (http://www.ciaocimba.com), and it has been an hard work due to the fact I know basic programming but I didn't do html and such from quite a time (I work in a web agency but in a project role). I used Dreamweaver and wordpad for the programming side, Illustrator and Photoshop for the desing side. My layout is rather minimal and I took the designs from actually my drawings, so I don't have resources to suggest about this. I use Paypal for the shop section. And yes, you have to use standard fonts or make the other ones in images to let all people view them. If you feel overwhelmed by the making of the site or blocked, maybe you could exchange design/programming services for the things you make? It's just an idea. Good luck with it, hope to have helped a little!
Hello, I've just set up my website, complementing my previous existing craft blog, and featuring a little shop section to sell the things I make. It's online only from few days, I'm sorta still working on it adding links and such, and there are a couple of things I know I'll have to fix, but. What do YOU think about it? I'm interested in all the opinions you may have, both good and bad, any feedback would be appreciated.
Thanks again MissErika for this tutoria! I made pouches in the past using a slightly different method but I find yours way more simple and neat, and plus, thank to this I learned how to sew the lining underneath the zipper on the inside of the pouch
I've made several pouches recently, but I thought to put at least one here to let you know how many people you helped! This I made last week, the right pic is the lining.
I'm speechless. Not only it's a brilliant idea and a cool bag, it does *work*! Thinking of you going around in your city or wherever with that boombox spreading music makes me happy and sort of proud (don't ask why, I don't know). Sending you all the admiration I get.
Thank you Yes, I used orange thread for the felt applique; if you need lots of thread of a same colour, you could buy it wholesale (? don't know if correct) instead of buying a single spool from the store. Also, in some stores, they sell retail big spools that are cheaper compared to a little spool. In general, the more you buy (the bigger amount of a same thing) the less it will cost. You could buy big cheaper spools for colours that you use much, and use the regular spools for other colours that you tend to use less. Hope that was what you were looking for!