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13 Nov

Monster Buddy

This little monster is too cute to live under your bed so put it under the Christmas tree! Santa’s Helper Monster buddy is made with ultra-cuddle red and white snowflake fabric (SO SOFT!).

This Monster Buddy come equipped with an adorable elf hat – customized with your little one’s name – and a fun embroidered sack, that is perfect for filling with chocolates, candy canes, or leave empty and let your little one stuff it full of toys. The sack comes with a fun velcro flap that kids love playing with and sack is attached to monster’s hand by velcro.

Monster, minus hat, is 13.5″ tall.

Additionally all BBs are 100% machine washable and ready to take a spin in the dryer.

++ Want it there by Christmas? Order before December 10th!!!!!!!!!

Order it at http://BBsForBabies.etsy.com

or

http://www.zibbet.com/bbsforbabies

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Fun and Free Mini-Pumpkin Luminary project for Halloween

14 Oct

 

Finished mini luminaries

Want to make your own Mini Luminaries?

 

Every year I love putting out luminaries to line my sidewalk and driveway on Halloween.  Last year I made a couple of my own and LOVED the way they turned out.   This year I decided to do a bunch more and thought it would be fun to make the pattern available to anyone that wished to do it as well.  This is a great project for kids, learning to cut with scissors or ready to handle a sewing machine.  You can click the link to download the free PDF pattern below and check out my youTube page to watch the video on how to make them.   http://www.youtube.com/user/bbsforbabies

Click HERE TO download the Pumpkin Luminary Pattern


Ready for the Holidays!

7 Dec

As I am thinking about decorating my house, dreading the trip to the attic to get everything down, I want to help others get their homes ready for the holidays too. I have discounted all my holiday items 20% through out my Etsy shop (http://www.etsy.com/shop/BBsForBabies). This includes all my non-holiday specific wreaths.

Pine Cone Wreath

I have also included in my holiday sale all my jewelry, hats, and other items that would make great stocking stuffers, such as my gadget hats (http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=31033422) which you can custom with your choice of fabric.

Gadget Hat

This incredible style of hat is a staple for me, I wear it everywhere. The hat features a convenient pocket in the back which is comfortable and handy for storing your cell phone, mp3 player, etc.

These savings won’t last!

Cyber WEEK Promtion

30 Nov

I am pullFree Candleing out all stops for Cyber Monday and turning it into Cyber Week for my ETSY shop. I am super excited about this.

My first promotion is FREE SHIPPING on all items.

My second promotion is giving away these lovely created Holiday candles with any purchase from my shop. The present on the front is a box of matches!

My shop is – http://ping.fm/XZddS

I have a great many Christmas decorations on my site now as this will continue to grow throughout the week – http://ping.fm/iuYVn?section_id=6508217 wreath

And as always my loveable animal security blankets: http://ping.fm/00MYA?section_id=6345276

Getting Ready for my FIRST ever Craft Fair!

23 Sep

So just a couple weeks away from my first ever craft fair and already I’m feeling the crunch. Long lists of what I still have to make (in bulk). But presently I am planning my booth layout. What works best. I haven’t really put forth much effort in researching it, and potentially that will be my downfall. But really we live in a commercial world and are bombarded by displays, layouts, signage, etc on a daily basis. I do my research every day I go shopping. Place items at eye level, have the purpose of an item clearly identified, have prices clearly labeled, have a professional setup – clean and neat, and make sure you display does not over power your crafts to be sold.

I’m pretty excited about getting some actual feedback from people face to face on my wares while showing off my abilities.

The biggest issue that faces me presently is how to gauge how much time it will take to do packaging and signage.  Like always, I am sure I will underestimate the time needed to preparing this step.

Any seasoned craft show people out there that can offer me a word or two of advice, it would be appreciated.

26 Aug