Customer feedback is always such a fun thing to read, especially when they’re thrilled with the items they ordered.
A couple weeks ago, a bride contacted me and asked me to rush a couple of tie bars to Disneyland for her wedding. After she got home, she sent me a link to her photographer’s site so that I could see pictures. It looks like it was such a beautiful wedding, and it was an honor to be able to help make a small part of it.
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Here’s a peek into my workspace. I would call it a studio, but since it’s on the side of our living room, I guess it doesn’t qualify. :)
Here are my stamps. They’re arranged by font, size, and type.
There are a couple more sets put away that aren’t requested as often too.
This is where I do the majority of my work. My husband put the pegboard up for me a few weeks ago and I absolutely love it. It is so much more convenient to have everything accessible.
The other end of the desk has my printer and a few of the tools that are too big to be put away elsewhere.
If you have ever wondered what options there are for fonts and design stamps, here is a graphic that shows everything.
Wow – the Thanksgiving Weekend Sale was a huge success! Thank you! The last of those orders went out in today’s mail.
Now the big project on my desk is finishing everyone’s Christmas orders. They have been so fun to work on. I love seeing how everyone chooses to personalize their jewelry.
I’ve also been making more than just jewelry lately. Guitar picks are a new addition to the shop. They have been selling almost as fast as I can list them.
Brass Personalized Guitar Pick
Copper Personalized Guitar Pick
Silver-Filled Personalized Guitar Pick
What do you think? I’m not sure which is my favorite. I like all three metals, but the silver-filled is probably my favorite of the three picks.
Today’s meeting had to be postponed. We have the flu in our house and I didn’t want to risk bringing it to the shop. Thankfully, I don’t have it (and Lord willing, won’t get it at all), but still.
I was able to talk to the shop owner on the phone today though. He informed me that he plans to rent me that particular display and that I’m welcome to stop in and sign the contract any time between now and the end of the month. That gives me just enough time to get some more jewelry made and a few more displays picked up.
This is exciting! I’ve been dreaming of new designs; now comes the fun of actually putting them together!
Tomorrow I’m going up to the antique and gift shop I mentioned earlier to meet the owner. From what I’ve been told, he is planning to allow me to sell my jewelry there. Now I just need to meet him in person and find out all the specifics. I’m excited to see how everything works out!