Saturday, April 3, 2010

What do you think?

Should I put a name underneath or leave it as is??? Or put an initial inside the seahorse belly?

I made this for Ava tonight after getting totally bummed about her Easter bucket never coming. I ordered it from a shop on Etsy back at the beginning of March and it was guaranteed before Easter delivery. Well, I got a surprise email tonight stating the seller was in over her head and would not be sending out anymore orders. And she told me on Wednesday mine was ready and would be mailed out Thursday. Anyway, so when I get stressed or upset, I like to work on new projects. It's a great release for me! I also feel really bad that Ava won't have that to put all her goodies in. Like should I give her all her goodies in a target sack? Ha!
I should realize it's not that important, but I am a little sentimental about stuff like that. And because I am soooo anal and send out orders super fast. I just can't see how someone can do that and sleep at night. Ever again!
Ok, off my venting. Thanks for reading!
And thanks for suggestions. I am leaning towards leaving it as is...

P.S. This was a booger and a half to do!!!
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After having my girly girl in April of 08, and spending oodles of money on one of a kind boutique, monogrammed clothing (with hairbows to match), I decided it was time to learn this trade myself before I went broke! I learned how to sew, embroider, and make hairbows in a matter of 3 months. What started as a hobby has turned into a dream come true. I quit my job as a teacher and now work from home when the little one sleeps. My life as a mommy and a boutique clothing designer/manufacturer/monogrammer is truly the best of both worlds!! I have big dreams for the future of my family and the future of SheShe Made. Thanks for joining me as I blog about the journey. Let me know if there is a bow or outfit you'd like custom made for you! Email me at and thanks for stopping by!

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