Posts Tagged ‘rustic’
We are currently in process of creating close to 250 unique charms for our two craft shows coming up this fall! We are VERY stoked about this but also forgot to mention that we do custom orders! In fact, we LOVE custom orders because they give us a chance to work one-on-one with our customers and provide us an outlet that pushes our ideas and keeps them fresh.
We’ve put together a 4-step process to show you just how easy it can be to design a one-of-a-kind Green Couch Design jewelry piece. Here’s what you can expect from us when you are ready to move forward with your custom order.
STEP 1: Go to our online shop and purchase PHASE I of the “Custom Design” Jewelry listing. Leave us any initial design ideas/suggestions you would like us to start with in the comment section when you check out. If you have images in mind, send us a convo through Etsy with attached images or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
STEP 2: We will send you initial design concepts in a hand-rendered illustration format. Once the first round of design(s) are sent you can make two rounds of edits. We will also include the additional cost to build each design with each illustration presented. This will ensure that there are no surprises or additional costs (outside of shipping) when you purchase PHASE II.
Recycling, or Up-cycling as many call it, is one of our passions. So Meg and I have decided that this is going to be a regular addition to our blog. Recycle This will explore the fun and simple ways that we reduce, reuse, and recycle things around our house. All with an eye for design, and quality materials. This month it’s wine crates, one of those things you might find laying around in a shed or if you really want to try this out you can usually get them free from a local wine merchant or liquor store. We started with the basic wooden wine crate, I’m sure you could use the plastic or even possibly cardboard with a little reinforcement. From there it was design fun and no stopping till we were happy with the new look of the office…So here’s a few pictures for inspiration and a little push to get you started.
Every once in a while you have to stop and reevaluate your products. You have to ask the hard questions about quality and what can you do to provide a better piece, at a great price, with the same craftsmanship and authenticity as before? I think it’s safe to say that Cale and I have spent the last 6 months tweaking our materials and pushing our jewelry design to the next level.