Sunday, November 14, 2010
Auburn University digitized logo for machine embroidery machines.
This design is to be used on an embroidery machine. You must have an embroidery machine and the ability to transfer files to your machine to use this design. It is NOT a patch.
*Auburn University logo design measures 3 3/4" x 3 3/4"
Available in the following formats:
If you need another format, please let me know. Files emailed shortly after payment is received, if you do not see it within a couple of hours please check your spam box.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
During the month of October if you leave me a convo with your e-mail address over @ HotDoggies I will send you this free machine embroidery design of oh so cute Hallowen candy corn- Be sure to tell me in your message what format you would like. Be sure to take advantage of my Buy 2 get 1 free sale while you are there. Click on the candy corn to head on over.I promise not to use your e-mail address for anything else, I hate spam too but I LOVE free embroidery designs!!
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Monday, September 27, 2010
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Sunday, August 1, 2010
As I mentioned before I recently opened a new Etsy shop- Hot Doggies. For those of you that don't know Etsy is all about handmade things both buying and selling. I think it's a million times better than Ebay because it is targeting an audience specifically shopping for handmade items. It's a lot of work, I love the crafting part, no problem there but one thing I found out is I am horrible at making an Etsy Banner. Here's what mine looked like after a whole day's work:
It's an Etsy Banner all right, right size , cute baby, name of shop but it looks like my three year old drew it. I needed some help with a professional looking Etsy banner so I turned to this really cool section of Etsy called Alchemy. Alchemy is a part of Etsy where anyone can put in a request for an item they want made and recieve bids on it. So in the interest of having an Etsy banner that people weren't going to laugh at, that's what I did and I immediately started recieving bids and samples from some really talented artists. It was hard to choose but I went with a lady from a business called Kaiyo Design. She did a wonderful job, even with my picky revisions. Kaiyo Designs worked with me until I had exactly what I wanted. Here is my new Etsy Banner for my new shop:I love it! To see more of Kaiyo Design and get your own Etsy Banner go here, you won't be disappointed.
Thursday, July 29, 2010
stealing T-shirts from sleeping or working family members. This is DD Lyndsey who already knows I'm searching for T-shirts to cut up and upcycle into cute hats. Silly Lyndsey did you not think I would resort to getting up @ 3 a.m. to search your closet? Here is a pic of my plunder, Hopefully DH doesn't read my blog cause I am starting with one of his t-shirts. It's not like Aeropostle is never going to make another t-shirt right?
After reading the tutorial on upcycled t-shirt hats from Second Street again. I put together the tools for my crime.These are pretty technical especially the bowl and the paper measuring strip I cut from a roll of contact paper but you can pretty much buy anything on ebay these days.
Attempt #1= FAIL!! I did a couple of things differently than the tutorial, wasn't a fan of the exposed seams so I made my
Your hat ends up looking like this and unless the Yankees are thinking of changing their name to the New York Ducks, this is not going to work so back to the sewing machine..
This was so much fun, Thanks again for the great tutorial Second Street! Stay tuned for what's next!