Sunday, November 25, 2012

This n That

So much going on this Sunday!
 
All weekend I've been pretty busy being creative and am pleased to be able to share two new creations with you this week!
 
 
 
 

(To see a similar pair go here!)
 
Both are definitely suited for the bold and uninhibited! :-D
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If you haven't already heard, today is Buy Handmade Sunday!

 
 
During this time you can save big on handmade creations brought to you by the very creative and talented members of The Handmade Collective facebook group.  Click the link above to learn about the many deals being offered by our group artisans.
 
 
As far as flyTie Clothing is concerned, shop with me today and receive 20% off of your total purchase!
 
Save on regularly priced merchandise as well as clearance items.
 
 
 
Shop on Etsy and enter coupon code BUYHANDMADE2012 at checkout for savings!
 
 
Also, I've relisted several clearance items--currently also listed here--on etsy to make it easier for you to shop and save all in one place.
Be sure to join my event page on facebook to receive updates on items being posted throughout the day!
 
 
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Guess what? Two weeks ago I did a tutorial showing how to make a basic handkerchief style skirt. If you're subscribed to my YouTube channel, chances are you're aware of this video.  For everyone else, I've been holding out on you!  Although I forgot to mention it anywhere in the video (unbelievable!), this tutorial was created as part of a series of free, online tutorials that've been offered by members of The Handmade Collective.
 
I'm so very proud of this video, because it represents my first attempt at editing video footage. I think I did pretty darn good for a first go!
 
Take a look!
 


 
 


I'd like to thank Handmade Collective founder and administrator Camara for this fantastic promotional flyer for the video!


Visit Camara's exquisite new website where she sells handmade and vintage goodies at www.TribalDestiny.com.

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Speaking of cool flyers and FREE online tutorials, tonight at 7pm central time, handmade collective member Osunlade will be giving an online demonstration  showing us how to use household items to create sacred spiritual baths!
 
 


With all this action, it'll be super easy for you to support handmade in one way or another! I/we hope that you will.
 
peace!
:-)

3 comments:

centralharlemite said...

slick pink dress, very sexy and I love the pants. Nice cut:)
HAndmade greatness

MyCoCreations said...

Nice dress, you wear it well. Also I loved your demo, thanks for sharing with us!

Patricia Heath said...

I love your demo right on down to the music, and I love the simplicity of how to make this.

I don't know when you're going to publish your book, but in the meantime, if you want to ebook it, sign me and I'll buy one!