People may have thought I was a bit odd when I started making Wunzees but didn’t have any kids in or out of the womb. What can I say…I’m 32 years old, and finally in a place where I see that as my future. Its a nice feeling, and I look forward to starting my life and family. The funny part is when I get IM’s all day from the future father of my children…and realize that though he isn’t making baby clothes…he is where I am too. He just wants to dress our unborn children up in track suits and make their shoe collection rival his. To be fair…if we have a girl, she is going to spend the majority of her time in TuTu’s.
Some of the links he sent to me today. Take note, he started the IM’s off with SQUUEEEEE!!!
He can have the Nike and Adidas. Personally.. I’ll take the baby Converse.
Check out THIS lil’ cupcake. Cameron Olivia is rockin one of my cupcake Wunzees….such a cutie. This is what I love about making them…seeing them in action.
One photo on the front page of Etsy inspired this post today..and it’s cuz its just ooozing with cuteness! That, and its St. Patricks Day in a week from tomorrow, and if you want to dress up your lil one in some green. Click on the photos to take you to the Etsy shop.
Honestly..I want to EAT THIS KID UP!!! I also now want to have babies so I can put them in this outfit!
I love a kid in a tutu!
This is my favorite part of making them…..seeing them in action. Check out THIS cool kid.
Seriously…How cute does this lil dude look? I heard he was the talk of the town when he went out in his formal wear.
A gift to one of my co-workers for her baby shower has now made its way on to her son……oooogle the cuteness.
Its been a while since I posted anything new to my Etsy site. I think its because I’ve been selfish, and I feel like if I make a Wunzee, I want to stockpile it so that my experience at Feria Urbana is the best it can be. I want to have stock to sell. Its been more stressful than I anticipated. My sign isn’t ready, I don’t have labels for my items, and I just realized that I have to supply some sort of bag so that they can take their stuff home. I know its a learning curve, but for my first real craft fair, I’m anxious. The timing is poor as well, seeing as though I’ll likely be in recovery mode from the night before (damn birthday party).
I wanted to show you a preview of a few items I’ve been working on. Some are the same ol’ same ol’, but good sellers, and some are new. Hand stitching everything doesn’t produce as many as I’d like, but I’m happy with what I have. With another craft fair two weeks later, it may deplete my inventory in its entirety. THEN WHAT?!?!??! I guess we worry about that when the time comes.
I have a few Halloween themed Wunzees this time, hopefully I made them with enough time before Halloween that people are interested. I also made a lot of bibs this time, as those were great sellers at the flea market, and they are easy to produce. I think my newest favorite design is the lobster bib. My sisters suggestion, and it turned out adorable.