We (meaning the folks at my job) have all moved into a fabulous new building. And to celebrate, I decided to add some of myself to my new cubicle workspace. Therefore, I present to you, the hula hooping wreath!
This is a question pertaining to PayPay's Virtual Terminal:
If I wish to use the Virtual Terminal with my laptop and wifi, can I end the service (or at least pause it) once I have completed everything with that event? I am most likely not going to be doing any more craft fairs until late next year, and I'd like to avoid paying the monthy fee if possible. Also, how do you handle having a signed reciept? Should I get one of the old fashioned impressioners, just to have the signatures or is it worth it to have a small printer hooked up as well?
I make faux guage earrings, and will be selling them for the first time at a craft fair in December. I plan on placing each pair in a plastic baggie with a cardstock piece stapled to the top. This has worked well selling them online, but I wonder about people wanting to try on earrings. I am not opposed to having people try them on, but I am not particularly enthralled with the idea of opening and closing my sealed packages over and over again. Plus, the sanitation issue.
Should I have a few pairs for people to try on, just to see what faux gauge earrings look like on them? I don't mind bringing little alcohol wipes to clean the trial pairs. Plus, I'll be wearing a pair.
I also had the idea of making some "ears" out of polymer clay, just so people can see how easy they are to put in and out.
I created this fab little octopus about two years ago, and now I finally getting around to posting it.
I made him out of some cheapy acrylic yarn I had lying around. Keep in mind that I am a very novice crocheter. Pinky is open on the bottom, so you can stick him on top of things... like the top of a water bottle. What do you think?
Ok, so I am obsessed with weird, bizarre, and completely non-pagent-y crowns and tiaras. I wanna see some craft-tastical tiaras made of strange or unusual trinkets!
The sky's the limit! Throw on whatever you can possibly hold up without injuring your neck! Add flowers made from measuring tape! Glue on your own handmade beads. Make your little treasure out of as many handmade materials as you can. Are you the queen of quilting or the princess of papercraft? Are you a Noble of Needlework or a Countess of Crochet? Then show the great citizens CraftsterLand your royal statis!
The first, "Whisper" was a sit-in-front-of-the-tv drawing. The second, "Anam Cara" is supposed to look like Mehndi. Anam Cara means Soul Friend. The third is a therapeutic drawing that I did. It is supposed to be the door to my heart.