My first public launch of Equine Bovine vintage. It's a little random and funky, but hey, life is random and VERY funky!
I am learning so much already!
I just invested into a steamer, which seems to work out those wrinkles beautifully. As I am steaming out the creases of my garments and giving myself a facial , I realized how poorly I took care of my clothes. Cramming, piling and putting pressure on delicate fabrics is not the best idea. I found things I couldn't sell due to buttons missing, minor tears and zippers that need to be replaced. So, now I have a pile of potentially great sales that have to be put on hold. Also, keeping the clothes away from any spot in the house that my cat could be near. I love my dear 'ol Beanie, but de-fuzzing the f*ck out of dresses can really get tiresome. I did order a rad stamp , got some tiny gold safety pins and durable white art paper to make price tags . Another learning lesson. Cut.that.paper.staight! This is something I am not capable of. So, next up, purchase some pre-made blank price tags. Also turns out my organic cotton twine I bought had wax on it, so it was super hard to tie.
I am also a little sad that I got rid of a bunch of my vintage clothes. See, if you know me, I have freak outs. Sell clothes, throw away everything, shave my head, run, yell and scream. I know it can all be replaced with even more treasures, but I kick myself sometimes. Like I said, learning those lessons!
I finally finished everything about 10 minutes ago. Its not much, but it will bloom into something beautiful. After Second Saturday , you will find Equine Bovine goods hanging up with Citizen Rosebud at The Thinkhouse Collective.
So wish me luck friends. I defiantly will be enjoying a cocktail before the Second Saturday social hour.
100% of my proceeds will go to www.jears.org
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BTW. I just had flowers delivered to Ed and Janel from Relles. I was able to pick out the beautiful bouquet online at 10 p.m., and have it deivered the next day. Their service was very friendly and prompt.
I will definatley have them be my 'flower people' now .
Oh, why were Ed and Janel receiving flowers?
To welcome this cute little meatball into our lives.
Party on Wayne!