These New Cards are the Bomb Diggity

These New Cards are the Bomb Diggity

I finally ran out of business cards, and it’s like my birthday and Christmas all rolled up into one. I’ve been itching to change up my business cards for a while now, but budgeting reasons made sure that I finished the ones I had first. I wanted to make sure that this batch could double as cards for the business and also for packaging for my cat butts and other smaller items… working smarter and not harder here.


Wholesale Cat Butts Could Keep Cat People Happier

Wholesale Cat Butts Could Keep Cat People Happier

Here is the newest little set of cat butt ornaments. I’ve been having fun playing with the variegated sock yarn with the solid base colors for these butts. You really never know how it’ll turn out until you are finished. It’s the little things for me… The last set listed had ten cat butt ornaments, so a set of three seemed like a good start for those of you still on the fence about cat butts; especially in your brick and mortar shops. It’s time to really get this cat butt wholesale train moving, and I’m hoping that having more choices will be helpful.


Shrinking Down Our Friends, the Knotty Knuckleheads

Shrinking Down Our Friends, the Knotty Knuckleheads

The Knotty Knuckleheads have been shrunk down. I’ve been working on designing a smaller monster art doll, in the hopes that I could spread out my pricing for everyone to enjoy. It has definitely been a success. The crochet pattern for the smaller monster has been written down, and I can easily make more of the little guys. The slightly larger collectible monster (because that’s what these are at these prices) has a crochet pattern in my head, and now I have to get that on paper too. Another monster should be showing himself/herself sometime this week.


Behind the Scenes {Seven}

Behind the Scenes {Seven}

In setting up my wholesaling, I’ve been doing a little reworking. I raised my retail pieces so I could add them to my wholesale linesheet. I wasn’t going to, because I wanted to sell them at wholesale costs myself and “make some money”. Well, that’s totally hypocritical seeing my stance on pricing crochet work and whatnot. It’s also no way to build my brand and actually pay myself for my talents.