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This week in our shop

Hi Friends-

We decided to put together a weekly newsletter to share with you all what’s going on in our shop each week. This newsletter is a great way for you to get to know us and for us to answer any questions you might have. If you’d like to know how we made something or if there is a tutorial you’re looking for, let us know in the comment section below.

Last week was a busy week for Made Perfect in Love! We published two out of three of our first blog posts, created a new listing, and began the process for adding quite a few new products to the shop. If you are looking for something in particular or have suggestions for new products, we would love to hear about it! The unicorn coloring t-shirt was a lot of fun to design, make, and test out! It was made to color with washable markers, wash, and do it all over again. This shirt makes for a great party activity/ favor or gift for any unicorn lover.

We recently added sublimation to our shop. So, of course we were eager to begin testing the process.We found that sublimation wasn’t the right technique for this product and settled on our traditional heat transfer vinyl. The heat transfer vinyl helps the kids to color in the lines without frustration- which was important for the younger kids learning to color. The cotton t-shirt was our favorite medium to color on, but we found that cotton was not a good material to sublimate on, so vinyl was all around a better option.

Scrabble Tile Wall Art- I have always wanted a gallery wall with scrabble tile art. So, this week I started working on perfecting my scrabble tile technique. These aren’t available in the shop just yet. We still need to photograph, price and list them, but I will update when they become available. We tried a few different techniques for applying the stain, paint, and sealant. If anyone is interested, I can do a tutorial showing you what worked for us.

Lastly, we attempted our very first glitter tumbler. I love all things glitter and was head over heels immediately! My husband doesn’t share my love for glitter and appreciates the fact that it cannot escape the epoxy! These will not be available in our shop right away. We are still in the research phase. Epoxy is extremely dangerous to work with if not used correctly. We want to be sure our product is 100 % safe and well made prior to listing them for sale.

Thank you for your patience!

Overall, it was a great week!

Thank you for reading.


Hi- I’m Caroline!

Mom to four, military wife, small business owner and avid crafter! I love to learn new things and share what I know with others. Can’t find what you are looking for? Just ask!

Happy Crafting

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