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A New Adventure

Well, after being a stay at home mom for just under six months I found that I was in need of a little something more (as if my plate wasn't full enough).  I have always loved making things and the extra time at home gave me more time to do just that.  Originally, these hair clips were a fun activity that Evelyn and I decided to do together.  It wasn't long after we started, and our house was filled with more clips than one could ever wear, that I thought I could possibly share these with others.  After receiving some encouragement from a friend of mine who works in a hair salon, I have decided to make and sell these fun flowered hair clips.

I am a ponytail wearer ... it is an almost everyday affair for me.  I like the way my face is framed by a pony (I think it makes me look younger :). When a friend of mine gave me some grief for never changing it up I tried to think of some ideas to continue to wear my trustworthy pony, but add some color and life to it.  These hair clips are what came to mind.

I have other plans for scrafting items I want to work on and sell.  And I hope to write a little about the process, as well as show off my work, here on this blog.

 I hope you will follow me on this new adventure!  I'm excited to see what it may bring.  Since I love creating so much, I can imagine that - even if I never sell a piece - the excuse alone to keep my hands busy will be well worth the effort. 


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