In case you missed it I have opened a new Etsy shop focused entirely on my leather baby booties and baby moccasins. My shop's name is Kick's because I design and make all of my booties so that the little one in your life can kick, kick, kick all they want but their shoes stay on.
Here is a small sampling of shop items:
Head on over and favorite my shop and let me know what your favorites are by either buying a pair or liking them.
Keep in mind I'm always open to custom orders so just let me know what styles, colors and details are just right for the little one in your life!
Well maybe the elves aren't such a nuisance - very day of advent they have special gift for you! Drop by the shop to take advantage of the daily special.
Christmas is here! The shop is all lit up and the Christmas socks are hung with care. The little elves are scurrying about everywhere getting everything ready to go under your tree. We have gifts for boys and girls, young, old, and every sized budget!
Come on in and see if you can spot an elf actually working - every time I see one they are up to some sort of mischief!
So this year was my first year bouncing back and forth between my storefront in downtown Concord, NC and my tent at the Carolina Renaissance Festival.
I'm really glad I pulled it off but I admit it was quite a feat! Every weekend I packed up my inventory on display in the shop and carted it to my tent and then set it all up again - whew!
With so much back and forth I haven't posted very many pictures from this year's faire but I did manage to get a good shot of the Lord Mayor sporting his custom shod feet!
Do you have lots of pairs of funky patterned leggings in your closet? Do you have any cute, comfortable leather shoes that match them perfectly? No? Well come on down to my shop on 117 Union St. North and get yourself some!
As we enter into the last month of 2016 I thought it would be appropriate to look back at how far I have come. It's hard to believe that just six months ago I was getting ready to open my doors for the very first time.
I had worked so hard and took some big risks by changing my business name, rebranding myself, and signing a lease for a brick and mortar storefront. I love being a part of the Carolina Renaissance Festival and I am very thankful for my loyal customers that I've had throughout the years but in order to grow my business I knew I needed to make some changes.
Here is a picture from that very first day with all the happy colored paper bobbles hung by my really tall son!
It was a fabulous day and it has been a great first few months. I am so encouraged by how many friends and favorite customers came out to support my new endeavor. I'm very thankful that my Renaissance Community is willing to be a part of this new venture and I'm also excited about the new customers who have come through this new door that I have been able to open!
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