I have a dozen of these paper flower hairpins available for just $1 each, five of the pink/silven & sever of the orange/gold. Each one is unique & no more will be made.
They are protected by two coats of a water based sealer. Each one is securely glued to a 2″ bobby pin with a felt back to make it extra secure.
You can also find this at my new shop on Goodsmiths.
My latest listings, & the last of my headbands for this year:
Now to begin getting my jewelry listed.
My latest Etsy listings are more headbands, & an official offering of gift wrapping service.
Here are my latest Etsy listings:
And, to celebrate finally getting my 10th item listed, I’m offering a 10% discount through the month of December. Just use coupon code HOLLADAYS2011. Thanks!
Also, I am doing next day mail-outs for the rest of this month on on-hand merchandise (normally it is just two days), for Sun-Fri orders. Orders placed on Saturday will be sent out Monday.
Gift wrapping, in both brown craft paper & some winter holiday bags, complete with tissue paper, ribbon, & bows is available $3.00. Order it with the item.
A personalized message can be added with any order at no extra cost, just leave it in the memo field, or message me at the time you place your order.
Here are just a quick couple of things I thought might be useful ideas for box tops & swizzle sticks.
Small box top flaps make good starters for yarn balls, especially the slot side of the tab closing boxes. (Does that make sense? I feel I lack the appropriate vocabulary for discussing box tops.) It can be done with any cardboard, but those bits of flap require the least amount of effort to be useful.
A wholly unnecessary photo tutorial on how to turn box top flaps into yarn winders: