Saturday, May 15, 2010
Her name? Naomi Worley with Pitter Patter Photos. I highly recommend Naomi and would use her again as a photographer in a heartbeat. And so would all of my models - at the end of the shoot, Naomi gave each of the girls a little treat to take home. Now that's smart thinking!
The girls loved her and so did I. I can't wait to work with Naomi again! You can find more of her work or contact her at http://www.pitterpatterphotos.com, and her email address is email@example.com.
Aren't these photos gorgeous?
Check out the rest of her work on her website, and book her now - you won't be sorry! And you can see the rest of this shoot in my Etsy shop - happybanyan.etsy.com.
Friday, May 7, 2010
Here is their information: http://www.tinybirdsorganics.com/, 1050 Meadows Drive, Suite 407, Round Rock, TX 78681. Another great thing about this store - they donate all of their profits to non-profit groups such as Half the Sky Foundation. Isn't that wonderful?
Thank you for supporting Happy Banyan, Tiny Birds Organic Baby!
Thursday, April 22, 2010
The incredible photography is courtesy of Megan Garrison Photography. See more of her gorgeous work at megangarrison.com.
The top of this dress is 100 percent organic cotton and is sleeveless - perfect for summer! With black and white stripes and ruffles on the top attached to an adorable cotton candy pink Robert Kaufman cupcake pattern skirt.
Monday, March 29, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
"What's going on, you ask? Well, the bulk of our business has always been crafters that make and re-sell items and for those of you in that world, you know what is going on. Retail on any level is not doing well and hasn't for at least a year. We noticed a significant change in buying activity last March and by my own stubbornness and conniving were able to plow through any way waiting for the uptick. Well, in my humble opinion, the uptick isn't coming soon and it isn't going to be significant enough to undo the hurt caused by operating by the skin of our teeth for a full year. So, after much consternation and hand-wringing, I have made the decision to bring the site to a soft landing before other parties force us to crash land.
Where we go after we significantly reduce our inventory is still somewhat uncertain. I do plan to keep the jcarolinecreative.com website up and running with some selection of items-- at this time, I plan to offer webbing, some hardware and our jacquard ribbons. The tutorials and how-tos on the site will also still be available and I do plan to add more. At this time, we do not plan to offer fabric or as large of a selection of ribbons. Jcaroline Home will continue to operate, but probably with fewer fabric selections.
The jcaroline blog will also still be around and updated. In fact, it should get updated more as I can focus more time on sewing and other creative endeavors. I also have some ideas to expand its scope as a fabric/sewing/crafting blog.
So, yes, I and my business in some form will still be around, but we are proceeding with a necessary transition at this time. Thank you for your support for the last eight years and I'm hopeful for another eight years in some form or another.
The upside of this is we are holding one heck of a sale. To beat all sales. Until it is all gone. Start shopping."
And she really is having an incredible sale! I couldn't believe the prices. You must check it out - and fast too before it's all gone!
Friday, January 22, 2010
If you are ever in the area (north of Albany), stop in and check out this wonderful store! Not in the area? No worries - they will soon have a web site up (March or April) and you'll be able learn about them and their products. I'll let you know when their website is up and running.
Their information is:
- www.ZolaKids.com (site up in March or April)
- 380 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, New York