We have tried out the local flea markets to get our craft products out in the public and increase our customer base. Flea Markets are an inexpensive way to perfect your showcasing skills. You want to present your project in a pleasing way and with selling anything you want your customers to stop and browse. If nothing else you want them to take a business card with them so that they will visit your online store or physical location (If you have one). Before considering one of your local flea markets you want to visit it during regular visiting hours as a potential customer to get a feel for some of the merchandise that is being offered. Continue reading “A Word About Flea Markets”
My granddaughter and I have been working on a little Christmas decorations project with yarn and popsicle sticks. I made these in Sunday School when I was much younger and thought she would enjoy doing something with me. I had to look up the project on the web to remember how to make them. They are called God’s Eyes. I’m sure they are called something else but basically you mix and match different colored yarns to create interesting patterns. We got a package of popsicle sticks from the Dollar Store with about 50 sticks for a $1 and used some of the left over yarn from my mom’s scarf projects. A variation to the project would be to use different kinds of thread such as embroidery floss, hemp and anything else you can find as string. Continue reading “Yarn Project”
Hey gang, we are in the process of updating the website and including information from other sources such as other websites, youtube vidoes, and even included a page called the SWC Store with items from Amazon that we believe you will find useful in your own crafting projects. Yes, that is another form of advertising and we will get a few pennies on everything you buy if you click on the links in our store but hey, that will only help us bring you more great content and pay for this little blog. We are not looking to become rich only to share with our readers some of the projects we have done, some how-to’s for yourself and then make a little money to support our own projects. Continue reading “Updated Website”
This is our initial posting of the Southern Woman Crafts website/blog. We have created this website for our crafts division to engage our customers in some lively discussions about our products, craft projects in general and give or get ideas for new projects for the future. Of course, we will have links back to the online store for our products. And we hope to include instructions on some of the projects we have completed. So, if you have crafts ideas and would like to share some instructions (pictures would be nice) email us or use the contact form…..