It was my first time to create the PDF pattern for DIY stands. It costs just $2.99. For more information about this craft, check out my ETSY listing. Happy Easter! Have fun creating a DIY stand!
I’m done with the finished product. Now, I need to prepare step-by-step instructions to create the first PDF Craft Pattern for sale. I hope that I will finish the pattern before this Easter Sunday.
This time I decided to add a new line of products to my business because I missed sewing fabric projects. I am now offering PDF Craft Patterns for Book Stands, Phone Stands, and Tablet Stands! I hope that hobbyists will like my PDF Patterns and see that their finished products will be useful. Stay tuned.
While most of my previous listings are designed for holding books and tablets, I’m making this Easter bunny cell phone stand, because I feel that something is missing from cell phone stands in the market. So, I will write down the three main benefits of my current project once I list it on my ETSY shop soon.
Because DIY stands are fun for some hobbyists for personal use, I’m aiming to create high-quality PDF craft patterns for both cardboard and wooden stands. I always cover cardboard stands with fabric for protection. Another reason is that because I miss fabric collage, I want to show my new stands covered with fabric collage to those who need stands for different purposes. Creating a high quality PDF pattern needs lots of work. For example, I need to decide how many and which pictures to include in the pattern. I hope to finish this project soon.
One of my favorite listings has been SOLD! The Black Bear stand is on its way to Pennsylvania! The Black Bear will assist a cook in recipes. I hope that the animal will not eat the food there. 🙂
Hands & Voices published my article about my business and how it benefits educators and parents of deaf children and KODAs. Happy reading!
One day my son came to my office and asked me if he could borrow two stands for his school video project because he needed something to hold his tablet and his script. It turned out that my stands were helpful for him! One holder is wooden in a Greek Ionian style, while the other is fabric with an embroidered message: “I love to read” (with the ASL sign for ILY) books with my parents”.
My Chef wooden stand has been SOLD! What I liked the most about my listing is that it is hand-painted in acrylic. Its theme is perfect for the kitchen where cooks are busy cooking and reading recipes on my kitchen stand.
What a snowy day! The snowman made by my family in our backyard was not lonely because he was happy to meet my two handcrafted snowman stands. One stand is bigger and is perfect for children’s picture books for kids. Also, it has the ILY (I love you in ASL) sign. I highly recommend it for librarians, teachers, and parents for virtual storytimes and bedtime stories. The other smaller one is designed for phones and tablets and is perfect for video calls. Check out my ETSY shop. https://www.etsy.com/…/snowman-stand-snowman-book…and https://www.etsy.com/listing/773972487/snowman-stand-snowman-book-holder?ref=shop_home_active_16
[Image Description: The head of a woman is poking out from behind a creepy-looking snowman with coals for eyes and mouth, carrot for a nose, and dried hydrangea flowers for hair. The woman is holding a large snowman-themed bookstand to one side, and a small bookstand to the other, also snowman-themed.]
This video shows the 4 years old twins (girl/boy) talking about their favorite book by Mo Willems along with the use of their mom’s handmade book stand. They are KODAs (hearing kids of deaf parents). The main point of the video is that the handmade book stand has many uses. For example, kids can read their favorite books independently while eating their meals at the same time. This enables them to increase their reading time. For this reason, my twins ended up becoming bookworms.