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Old 09-30-2008, 08:21
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Default What "kind" of bow is this considered?

I came up with this lil number over the weekend and I am in looooove, with it!
But, is it considered a boutique bow? Should I list it on etsy as my first ever ( I seem to think I need a cutsie lil graphic banner to be a part of the etsy club-which I don't have)? And if I'm selling how much would this go for?
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Old 09-30-2008, 08:24
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are ya gonna share a picture or do we get to come up with a psychic name? LOLOLOL
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OOPS SORRY SO BIG!
But hey its a big bow...lol
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It's very pretty! good job..... it's a "boutique bow" with spikes....
And please, don't get upset I'm trying to help: The pretty white gros grain ribbon with the print you used so fabulously - uhm - you need to trim and seal the ends, maybe trim to a point so you'll still see the leaves on it. Right now it's already frayed a bit and I would not use that particular photo to post the bow for sale.
Make sure you seal the ends and then retake the pic

Looks great! you're off to a good start!
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I love it! I agree with Sabine...and don't forget to cut that white one in a V like the rest of them! Now I have to go make one...I've been putting it off since I hate to make them but I have some pretty orange ribbon that is calling my name!
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I know now looking at it I do need to spif up the ends on the autumn leaves ribbon and heat seal the rest again
Thank ya Thank ya
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Soooo...what about price range, once I "fix" it? And is it etsy worthy or no go?
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oh it's worthy lol
as to price?
no clue
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Yup...no help there...I keep getting told by my dh that I'm too cheap!
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I don't know about prices, I don't make those bows. But when you retake the picture, you might want to make sure there are no wrinkles in your background or use something else. I really like the color combinations! One day I'll make a stacked bow like those
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