I have just listed a few of the teen and woman’s adult sized masks for sale. I’ve been cutting, sewing and creating masks since March, getting them just right and wearing them to make sure they fit correctly before listing them for sale. I’ve sewn nearly 100 masks to date. I donated some through a local mask making group. I then finalized the design and started to cut, sew and create prototypes for us to wear and test. As always, I test things out before listing them for sale. I want to make sure that everything is good to go before you receive your item that you’ve purchased.
I will be creating more masks in the very near future. I have a lot of them on my sewing machine table as I type this. I will be offering multiple sizes and fabrics. You can see a preview of the next fabric on the listing photos. I will also be creating solid fabric masks. At this time I will only sell pre-made masks. However, this may change in the future.
*This is not a medical grade mask. They do not guarantee protection against viruses and are not replacements for N95 respiratory masks.*
*This item is not returnable or refundable as it’s for personal use.*
This listing is for one pre-made, sunflower patterned, teen and women’s adult sized, Olson style cloth face mask with nose wire option. The photos with this listing show the fabric pattern for this mask. This is a face mask that goes over your chin and nose and there’s an insert for a nose wire that’s included. This helps so much with people that wear glasses! This mask is a tie mask with a loop that goes over your head and then tightens to comfort, and ties around the back of your head. There’s an example photo of how it ties included in this listing.
Thank you for your business and stay safe and healthy!
Hello everyone! I’ll be listing some pre-made masks in the near future. If you don’t need a mask, have already created one or if you want to just help in some way, please consider donating to help me create more masks. I’ve set up a donation page to help offset the cost of fabric and thread for making masks. The masks will be a reasonable cost for all family members. Stay safe.
I recently had someone contact me to create some Christmas shirts for a photo session. Her older son wears a youth size and the baby wears a 9 month size and she wanted them both raglan. I found a one piece bodysuit for the baby, but, it was cotton, so, I knew that I would have a challenge in front of me. The larger raglan was polyester. Even though I knew that I could do one with ink and one with a transfer, I decided to create them both with an ink transfer. That way they looked consistent in the photos. The truck was red, I turned it into a plaid truck so it matched the shirt the mom wore in the photos. You can see the final photo of the shirts below.
Do you have an idea for a shirt, mug, pillow or other item, but, you can’t figure out how to make it happen or you just want someone else to design it?
I offer both an 11 oz. and a 15 oz. coffee mug for designs. I have only listed 11 oz. mugs at this time. I wanted to show the difference in the two mug sizes, so I created this graphic. Hopefully this will help answer any questions about how big each one actually is.
I’ve been having some issues with my previous printer since Christmas and that’s put me on a HUGE delay in releasing items that I wanted to offer for sale.
I currently am using professional grade presses and printers for all items offered in my store.
The printer is an SG800. With this printer I can print up to 13″ x 19″ for all sublimation items. Which is great for the items I’ll be offering for sale. Easier to print and with the new press that’s 16″ x 20″, easier to press. The printer is on two of the Alex drawer units you can find at IKEA. Hubby put them together over the weekend and he was impressed with how sturdy they are. I really like how deep the drawers are too. I can put a lot of paper in each drawer as well as jewelry bead boards and my MacBook Air.
The press is a George Knight DK20s. This is a heavy, heavy press. I wasn’t sure hubby and I could lift it and get it on the heat press table, but, we managed. It was delivered by a semi.
I also upgraded my mug press to offer more items. I’ll post about that at a later date.
Over the past week or so I’ve had a few orders. I thought I’d post some photos of what the wrapping looks like on a mug and a pair of earrings. I create all my own wrapping stickers, labels and cards. I wrap everything in recycled brown tissue paper. I use it for bags as well. This mug is in a box with brown paper surrounding it. Three cards are inside the mug, one is a care card and there’s two business cards as well.
This is the box after it’s sealed. I created the sticker shown here.
And the mug boxed up and wrapped with a bow. Another sticker goes on top. This mug is a gift, so I wrapped it for the customer. I offer that at no additional charge.
I have listed a few pairs of earrings so far. I have been listing things as often as I can from the transition from a selling site to my own website.
How gorgeous are these earrings? They are silver over surgical steel, lever back pierced earrings. The lever backs have a design on the front. There are yellow, blue, green and clear crystal beads, and one silver toned flower bead. These earrings, like all my jewelry, are unique, never to be made again! They are are very light weight. The earring with the silver flower measures 1 & 1/2″ long from the top of the lever back earring to the bottom of the longest crystal, and the other measures 1 & 1/4″. The crystals catch the light so beautifully!