Sellers looking to grow their business and reach more interested buyers can use Etsy’s advertising platform to promote their items. You’ll see ad results based on factors like relevancy, and the amount sellers pay per click. Throughout the years, Allie Gray worked at Munson Medical Center as a nursing assistant for three years and then as an administrative assistant for Coldwell Banker Schmidt in Benzonia. After their youngest child was born during the summer of 2022, however, she decided that going back to work would be extremely hard with our area’s lack of affordable childcare, and so she elected to stay home for the foreseeable future. This worked out well with the beginning of the pandemic and teaching the oldest child when schools were shut down—it also helped to foster a new business that she could run from home.
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Okay, so I have been painting peg people for a while now. I was inspired by so many other crafters out there, but I definitely try to keep my own designs and originality. And as my dear friend J was getting married, I offered to make her my first official cake stand with peg bride and groom. And I added a cute little bunting in their wedding colors. Perhaps in next time I will add a tutorial for the bunting and poles in the cake stand. Here’s pic of the Pegs on their stand before I added a cute hair bun to the bride.
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Power Boats 2022 ROBALO R247 DUAL CONSOLE NEW LISTING! Here’s a very lightly used and highly desirable dual console 2022 Robalo R247 in popular Biscayne Blue. Just 180 hours on her economical single Yamaha stroke. The offered model has the soft bimini top. All other photos are of the actual vessel. Of course the crafter in me loves that these girls end up crafting their own shoes, which is, of course, what we will be doing at her party.
I am sourcing cheap China style Mary Jane shoes on ebay for the girls to craft with. I will also be buying big obnoxious sunglasses, boas and tiara type headpieces as well as zebra decor. That following winter, she returned to her roots even further; she continued the wreath-making tradition from her grandmother and her parents. She now makes and sells wreaths locally and even ships them all over the country, from Arizona to Whidbey Island in Washington state. Spokeo is not a consumer reporting agency as defined by the Fair Credit Reporting Act .
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- I was inspired by so many other crafters out there, but I definitely try to keep my own designs and originality.
- Throughout the years, Allie Gray worked at Munson Medical Center as a nursing assistant for three years and then as an administrative assistant for Coldwell Banker Schmidt in Benzonia.
- She now makes and sells wreaths locally and even ships them all over the country, from Arizona to Whidbey Island in Washington state.
Allie Gray grew up in Fife Lake on her family’s beef farm with her parents and two younger brothers. Her paternal grandparents lived just a few miles away and were all about gardening—they had a massive vegetable and flower garden every year. Watching and helping her grandmother to harvest flowers was always a special event in her young life. She remembers that they would take the flower bouquets to the farmers’ market on Thursdays and that many people came to the market specifically for her grandmother’s flowers. During the winters, Gray’s parents would make wreaths for a local business that would give them out as gifts to their clients; this was a way that her family could make some extra cash for the holiday season. Early in the pandemic, Gray did what a lot of people did—she ordered some seeds.