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behind the scenes

Monday, April 27, 2015

The very first pouch to sell out of my last collection was the skull pouch. I love skulls, of course, but I was nervous about that pouch for two reasons. First, I wasn't sure how it would look printed. I was worried the details would just get washed out. Then I wasn't positive other people liked skulls, or at least liked them enough to want a cute little pouch with them on it. Well, guess it was good I trusted my gut because apparently skulls are pretty cool.

I had whole bunch of really great ideas for my next batch of pouches but after seeing the success of the skull pouch I decided to run with it. I photographed a bunch of different skulls from my collection laid out in different ways and ended up choosing five different photos to get printed on fabric.

To be honest, I wasn't crazy about the fabric when it arrived. I suppose I was just nervous because after cutting it and getting it all sew up...I AM IN LOVE. These babies are so pretty. No product shots today though, just a bunch of behind the scene photos from these past few weeks while working on them.
As you can see, Professor was quite the little helper. I had taken the glass top off my desk and moved it onto the floor to photograph the skulls. It's easier to control the lighting if I can actually move the whole surface I'm working on. But being on the floor meant I couldn't walk away from what I was doing because some nosy little kitty would come by, sniff everything, then plop down to take a nap. Lil' guy is lucky he's so darn cute.

The pouches will be available for purchase on Wednesday, April 29th at 8:30am EDT. On Wednesday morning I'll be sharing a photos of the finished products as well as a link to the shop. (It's the same link as before if you're someone who wants to have it open and refreshing!) Can't wait to share the finish product!!!
xoxo

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13 thoughts

  1. I love these! I wish I would have caught the plants pouch on it's last go around, boo for being broke! I think these would be excellent for all of my gadget cords and such. :)

    <3
    kimberrleigh

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    1. I definitely plan on doing another round of pressed plants.

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  2. I wonder where you get your fabric printed? Is it expensive? They are beautiful <3

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  3. These pouches are fantastic! Where do you have your fabric printed?

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  4. The teeth pouches are killer! Want.

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  5. Kaylah, a couple things on this list remind me of you ;)
    http://www.buzzfeed.com/alannaokun/vintage-condoms?bffb&utm_term=4ldqpgy#4ldqpgy

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  6. March 29th? Did you mean April 29th? 😁😁 they are lovely btw!

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