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Sunday, July 12, 2009

custom fabric covered pocket mirrors


Q. So, why would I have pocket mirrors made with my own fabric???

A. 1. If you make purses , maybe you would like some of your popular fabrics made into pocket mirrors to match your purses. Always a nice extra for your customer to purchase or as a gift. I have several purse designers that send me fabric in the mail and then I make mirrors for them for my wholesale price.

2. Many brides have a theme and favorite fabric that they want me to make pocket mirrors as wedding favors. I have even made some beautiful pendants to match, for the flower girls.

3. You have a boutique, maybe you need some small inexpensive items for impulse purchases at the counter? You could send me fabric you have chosen, or request some styles that would do best in your shop.

I am here to work with you, whether it be for resale, gifts, or just for you to hoard for yourself. I have several repeat custom customers that are happy as pie with my service and products. I am very easy to work with and I am available at all different times of day and night.

Q. What kind of fabric will work?

The thinner the better is my motto for fabric. My machine is very picky and prefers quilt weight cotton fabric. However, some thicker fabrics will work. They need to be smooth and tightly woven.

Q. Can you make something other than pocket mirrors?

Yes I can! You can request to have any of the items in my shop to be made with your fabric. I will let you know if your design will fit or not.

Q. I don't have my own fabric to send you but I know what I want. What do I do?

If you have a theme, color combination or a particular fabric that you want me to use. Just let me know. I usually don't mind purchasing fabric for custom projects, as long as you pay for your items before I buy the fabric. You won't be charged extra for the fabric. In fact some of the designs in my shop are originally from custom orders.


Check out my shop, http://www.flirtbuttons.etsy.com/ and let me know if you need anything, you can convo me thru Etsy or email me at flirtemail@yahoo.com

4 comments:

Bagladee said...

what a fab idea!! x

Flirt Buttons said...

thanks!!! It's also a good use of those scraps of fabric you can't bare to throw out.

DJ said...

So beautiful! I hope you sell tons of them.

Great blog - found you through Etsy forums.

The Double Dipped Life said...

Cute buttons! Great idea to make them into mirrors.

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