Tuesday, September 28, 2010

BESTeam Weekly Feature: Missprettyperfect.etsy.com

An Interview with Miss Pretty Perfect: http://www.etsy.com/shop/missprettyperfect


How did you get started?
With scraps from a local home decor fabric store that had a "bargain" room.

Where do you create?
In my home studio in Brooklyn, NY.  Sometimes a "makeshift" studio.




Tell us how you decided on your shop name.
It just hit me one morning as I sat on the side of the bed.  MissPrettyPerfect, because we're all Perfect in His sight!

Family? 
Family consists of a husband and a very intelligent 5 year old son.




What inspires you to create your products?
I'm inspired by ideas of handbags in my head and of course, beautiful fabrics like embroidered silks and chenille.

How did you feel the first time someone actually paid money for something you had made?
I asked myself, "why?" and then immediately listed more for sell!




Where do you see yourself and your products in 10 years?
*deep breath*  Not really sure.  I just wanna make stuff and be able to support my hobby habit.

Any advice you would like to share with a newbie who may be reading this? 

You won't know until you try.  Be willing to invest in your gift by taking classes and really getting involved.  Learn All that there is to learn about what you love to do :)  And be confident!



Where can you be found online?

Discount for Blog Readers:
I will extend an extra 10% off Sale and Regular priced handbags.  Contact the seller prior to purchasing regarding this discount and let them know that you found them on the Alexanders Designs Blog!

Thank you Miss Pretty Perfect for a great interview!

6 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Nice job on the creating the article/interview - great shop choices and links. nice and neat. Like it.

ParadisePurls said...

Great interview! I love MPP's bags!!

La Toya said...

Thank you for this wonderful feature. I feel so special :]

Domestic Goddess said...

Very nice feature. I like how MissPP came up with the shop name. Great way to keep your business positive.

our home to yours said...

a wonderful feature. and I love her purses.

oregonpatchworks said...

Wow..The most common embroidery fabric we will come across is Aida. Aida is an even-weave fabric which means there are an equal number of threads vertically as well as horizontally. Aida is a 100% cotton fabric, and mostly used for Cross-stitch embroidery. So I would recommend starting with Aida fabric is good option...And the embroidery pattern in this beautiful bags are also up to the mark..........

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