I had issues with the file I downloaded from my camera so had to download it and edit it again! Ack, but finally, here is the unboxing for my 2nd Kawaii box.
I recently received some “Fix N Zip” products from CTF Enterprise. These are designed to fix zippers on any items such as shirts, pants, dresses, backpacks, heavy jackets, luggage, and much more. They show how to use them in this YouTube video:
Crafters, of course, will find these useful since we often add zippers to items we make. I know I have an old jacket around here somewhere that I didn’t want to get rid of but haven’t been able to wear in a while because of the zipper going bad. Now I can actually fix it and wear it!
My jewelry and beading mojo has increased recently, and this has brought me to decide to revamp my Etsy shop yet again. First, however, I’m going to run a de-stashing through the rest of the month of February (2016) with 50% of sales (excluding shipping) going to a favorite charity of mine, A Place to Bark Dog Rescue, located in Portland, TN.
I reactivated a lot of old listing I had and slashed prices, and I’m going to dig through some of my stash to see what else I can add to the mix. However, the shop is open and full right now. Beaders and jewelry designers will find various jewelry making supplies on sale, and I also have a few finished jewelry pieces in there as well.
Once the shop is cleared out, look for my new shop that will have a shiny, new banner and all new jewelry and a few supplies as well.
I joined a monthly subscription to Bargain Bead Box and show off my first installment in this video.
I take a look at a few different types of wooden interchangeable knitting needle sets available from Knit Picks in this video review.
I am starting a new crafting series on my Youtube channel where I will be reviewing various knitting and crochet patterns. Here is the first one, a super cute flamingo named Gordon.
I take a look at all the goodies in this interesting crochet kit: Star Wars Crochet (Crochet Kits)
I usually try to film a number of videos at the same time. That way, I can “bank” them for editing later. I was looking over my non-edited videos, and voila! I discovered this gem from June that I recorded where I review a fairly new yarn from Lion Brand called Ice Cream Yarn.
There are lots of different types of yarns on the market used for making baby items like clothing, afghans, and toys. In this video, I take a look at one from Bernat.
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