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Old 08-03-2008, 02:27
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I think there was a past thread about those hard plastic pendants. You might try a search and see what you come up with!
Thank you, I'll do that!

About the candy bows, you should post instructions on your Etsy site, I'd be willing to pay for them! No pressure if you don't want to spill your secrets, lol, but they are so cute you may as well make a little money rather than having people just copy your ideas and figure it out on their own.
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Thank you, I'll do that!

About the candy bows, you should post instructions on your Etsy site, I'd be willing to pay for them! No pressure if you don't want to spill your secrets, lol, but they are so cute you may as well make a little money rather than having people just copy your ideas and figure it out on their own.
I am working on them... wasn't going to but I had the same thought you did... so I will do a set of instructions, list them and see how it goes.
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Yaaay!!! Could you please post on this site when you have them up so I can be sure to get them? Thanks!!!!!
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I had asked my aunt if she still had her books when I was talking to her about making them... she did not. So I made my own. That way I know these are actually mine and not taken from somebody else...
As far as taking away from sales.. nah.. There are free instructions to almost everything that people sell instructions to if you search hard enough. So if people want to purchase mine in exchange for my time and step by step instructions along with pictures thats awesome. If not that is awesome too.




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There was actually a post quite a while back with free instructions on how to make these. They weren't filled with candy, they were filled with tulle and sequins - but my mom said it's exactly how she made our candy hairbows.

Don't want to take away anyones sales on instructions though.....
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I will totally pay for instructions! I want to be able to do them as party favors for my kid's birthday parties, school stuff, etc.........I would leave the marketing them on Etsy up to you!
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Thank You!!I agree and hope that people do respect me as a seller!!
I just listed the instructions!!

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Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't it be only FAIR to purchase the instructions from the "originator" of the bow if you plan on selling them on eBay or etsy? After all common courtesy would be to at least support someone who "gave" you the idea? I know when Sabine came out with her "Cute as a pumpkin" ribbon sculpture I not only purchased the instructions but asked her permission to sell them on eBay as I didn't want to "step on her toes" so to speak. In my listing I gave her credit for the idea and stated it was my attempt at her design. I believe that credit should be given where it's due.
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Thank You!!I agree and hope that people do respect me as a seller!!
I just listed the instructions!!

That's awesome!! Congrats!
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These are so cute! Very creative!
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I was just wondering if these are very heavy. My dd has a hard time keeping bows in her hair (even with grippers) and I wonder if these would slide right out. If so, I could just see her opening it up in the middle of class and having a snack
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yep I remeber those too they were yummy... I never got another... I wonder why? LOL
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