Imagine my surprise when I received an email about a week ago that someone was interested in purchasing some of my pin toppers!! I honestly hadn't really even thought of selling them at that point. In the back of my mind I am always worried that when I make things for people they won't be happy with them or think they are good enough. Let alone having someone pay for something I made and when they receive it, think it wasn't worth what they paid for.
So this question kind of caught me by surprise, and while I was honored and flattered, I didn't know what to say. After thinking about it for a few days, I decided, what the heck, if someone is interested in puchasing what I've made for a fair price, I should go with it. I think I just need to readjust my thought process, and instead of doubting everything I make, and wondering if it's "good enough," know that as long as I am happy with it, it's a-ok.
These are a few flowers that she requested (along with the apples above and the cupcakes below). We decided on what I think is a fair price at $4 per topper.
If anyone else is interested in purchasing any of these little guys, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a comment and we can figure out the details.
While watching Dancing with the Stars last night, I started playing around with a few new topper designs, and came out with these:
I have to say, that little ice cream cone I think is my favorite...although I could never say no to cake.
...and if your wondering, yes those are my completed postage stamp blocks in the background! Tonights plan is to start turning them into a quilt top!
I also wanted to mention that April of KoolBeenz is hosting an awesome giveaway sponsored by The Fat Quarter Shop! Head on over to enter to win a fabulous Jelly Roll!!
Congrats on the sale! That burger is so dang cute!ReplyDelete
The hamburger and ice cream cone are so cute it's ridiculous! I'm not at all surprised that somebody would want to pay for these, the ones you sent me for the swap were just so perfect and adorable. No worries, I know she'll love them. : )ReplyDelete
These are too cute!ReplyDelete
You are so talented and creative!
Good for you! You know those pintoppers and SO adorable. Way to go! Sounds like etsy shop to me... :)ReplyDelete
I have NO IDEA how you did that! They are wonderful and look almost good enough to eat! :)ReplyDelete
I LOVE these pintoppers!ReplyDelete
wow Ive been trying to make these for ages!! hope one day mine look half as good! so pretty,and so nimble fingered!!!ReplyDelete