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Topic: Capes, capes & more CAPES!  (Read 1305 times)
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« on: November 12, 2010 08:45:49 PM »

I have been up to my neck in super hero cape orders from Etsy this week & honestly I doubt it will let up until right before Christmas (when its too late to ship anything out!).  This week has consisted of orders for a total of 50 capes & cape sets alone.

Today I finished up the 1st 25 packed them into their 11 packages and sent them off to the post office and this weekend I get to finish up a party favor order for 25 more.  This is just pictures of part of them, I already had some of them packaged up to go.  The twins LOVED helping me take them all to the post office, my little helpers!


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« Reply #1 on: November 13, 2010 09:23:48 AM »

So do you personalize them with the kid's initial?  And do they get to choose the heart, star or lightning bolt?  And what do you make them out of?  Fleece or felt?  Lots of questions, I kow, but man - that's a lot of cape-making!!
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