Monday, October 26, 2009







                                 **Sold**
                            

                                             **Sold**



Surprise!! I made a shop!!
WOOHOO!!
Go and check it out and let me know what you think.
Thanks Brooke for taking the lovely pictures :)
And stay tuned for more adventures in binding xox

17 comments:

Sally said...

Congratulations!!!
Your items look great as does your header. Great stuff - wishing you all the best :)

Julie said...

Congratulations. Shop looks great and so do your goodies, godd luck with it all.

Catherine said...

Gooo Bianca! They look fantastic, the colours and the idea is great. Now I know what all that binding was for! Enjoy your new venture and good luck!:)

Kate said...

How exciting Bianca. All that binding now makes perfect sense. It all looks gorgeous. I'm sure you'll sell heaps. X

rachelmp said...

They look fantastic Bianca!

Megs said...

Well done! Exciting stuff - now you will have to get an etsy store as well. Good Luck, hope you get loads of sales.

Kelly said...

Congrats Bianca. The crayon rolls look fantastic. Fingers crossed for lots of sales

Amanda said...

Those are fab....Great job!!!

Vic @ Punky and Me said...

Hurrah!

How exciting! I dream of having a shop but do realise that first I shall have to make something (or indeed, several somethings) to go in it.

Everytime I get inspired & spend 2 days making shop banners (the best part) & then loose interest... ;)

One Flew Over said...

Well done!! The rolls look fantastic!

jaki said...

They look great Bianca...hope you sell heaps :)

Polka Dot Daze said...

Oh well done! I popped over and had a look, they look fabulous. And now we finally get see what all the binding was for. Good luck with your venture :)

Nikki Cardigan said...

Ahhhhh, the mystery of the 50 million metres of bias binding is solved!

Congrats on the shop.

posiepatchwork said...

Oh really cute work & all the best with the shop!! Do you do any markets in Darwin?? I had great success at Nightcliff each Sunday, so cheap for a stall & still plenty of time to spend the afternoon with your family. Plus the Territory Craft markets, along with thes ones Di Whittaker organises, all really great for handmade goodness. Darwin loves their craft, i miss my customers up there. Oh well, freezing in Canberra instead. My 4 children still dress like they are in the tropics!! Love Posie

clare's craftroom said...

Congratulations I 'm sure you will do really well !

sophie said...

I love it, those pencils rolls are so beautiful, such great colours and designs!

Corrie said...

well done !love them!!!!!

Corrie:)