Friday, October 15, 2010

Grand Opening!!

Remember about a week ago, I said I was going to open an Etsy shop?  Well after signing up and spending hours on wording, photos and a whole lot more, I have opened my shop - but not on Etsy.  I got to thinking - always a dangerous pastime, usually while I'm driving.  I really don't want to be in the "selling" business, but I have things that I can give away.  Unfortunately, there are charges involved in getting something from A (me) to B (you).  Therein lay my dilemma - I can give away the product, but it has to ship.  So, I had an awesomely bright idea and have opened my shop on my website.  There you'll find a photo of things I can send you.  Just click on the shop banner above and it will take you there.  Since shipping charges vary from state to state, each item will have a set fee - same for everyone and easy for me.  It will be loosely based on the size of those pre-paid boxes the USPS is advertising.  I will try to use the smallest box, but if I need a bigger one, I will add some "goodies".  You will definitely get more than your cost for shipping.   Hope you like the idea!

Here's a picture of the first kit for the Christmas Crafts projects.  It even includes things like scissors, glue, glitter paint, sponge brush, etc., and most of the pieces are pre-cut.

These are the projects again.  The instructions are here on my blog under PAGES in the sidebar.


Yours truly,
Julie :)


  1. Anonymous10/27/2010

    Hi Julie, I just sent in my order for the Christmas projects! They certainly look fun to put together and it will give my brain a little rest on coming up with creative ideas for my projects. I record you show every day and watch it when I can. I always learn so many new techniques and get reminded of things I learned and then forgot! Thanks and Hugs! Pat

  2. Anonymous11/01/2010

    Hi Julie, I got the package today. WOW! That was really fast shipping. You really out did yourself with all the cool stuff you put in there. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT! Was super happy to get the Elmer's glue that is my favorite brand of wet glue for scrapbooking. The Fabric & Paper glue is the best for adhering ribbons. Thank you so much! I'm gonna tell my friends and family on Facebook about your blog.

  3. Hi Julie! I received this kit and absolutely love it! I'm having the best time making these projects. I hope you'll have new kits for sale in the future, because I can't wait to buy them! Thanks for such a fun-filled box. :)