|As often as possible, we use products that are made |
in America to create our pieces. That's what it's all about.
As someone who still cringes at the word "artist," even after years of crafting, creating and dreaming, I can't help but get a rush every time I sell something I made. It's just nice to know I'm not the only one who likes it.
|A finished piece.|
Yes, when I heard the quantity they wanted, I felt a little nervous, and then when I realized they needed to be delivered in a week, I nearly panicked. However, when my husband assured me that he could build them, I knew that if he could do that, I could get them painted, packaged and shipped.
|Fifty signs, ready to package|
What's next for us? Well, it just so happens that less than 24 hours after that order shipped, we received an inquiry about another wholesale order for a local shop. It looks like I have a bit of ciphering to do to see if we can make this deal work too. I have to say that 2013 is starting out to be a pretty darned exiting year!
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