Originally Posted by RockStarRibbons
Well, you want to make sure that you are only using YOUR pictures. You wouldn't want to pass off another's work as your own. Also, you will want to practice making the bows before you tell someone you can make them.quote]
Oh of course you wouldn't try to pass off someone else's bows as your own. All I meant was the girls I did them for just had a bow from the internet that they liked and I included that one in the pricing so they could see how much something similar would be. I would never encourage stealing someone else's hard work as your own.
That would be considered a bow making sin!
Sorry, I didn't mean to imply that you would encourage that kind of thing. What I mean is that if you use pics like that, sometimes they can be hard to duplicate. If a customer falls in love with a certain bow, she may not be able to exactly reproduce it because different ppl use different techniques. KWIM? I didn't know what her skill level is and I just didn't want her to get frustrated.