Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Finally, it's done...leave me your opinion







This shirt was an extra little something I tried out recently for my Esty shop Many little details to paint, it took quite some time to complete, but over all I'm happy with the creative result. I recently added this moveable tulle brooch so that mommies can wash the shirt with out ruining the delicate little pin. It's also moveable and looks quite cute down at the bottom left of the shirt. Do you love this? I haven't listed yet, wanted some opinions and ideas on price because of all the detail that went into it. I would love comments as to if you like it and how much I might charge. Thanks!

31 comments:

twinkleshabbystar said...

Jamie, I ADORE the shirt! Sooo Sweet! The tulle brooch is the icing on the cake!!!! I wish I could give you advice on price, but I dont know the clothing market well. I would might do some comparisons on Etsy and see what similar detailed shirts go for. At least that would give you and idea. Good luck! Absolutely precious!!!

Stink Bone Jones said...

thanks so much! I so glad you like it. I will take your advice and do some Etsy comparison shopping. Thanks!

Jaime

Heather said...

Ugh, I have no idea what to charge but I think it is darling!!! I think Jenn's idea to check out like shops on Etsy or online is a great one.

Sweetina said...

Hi Jaime~
The little cake top with removable broach is so super sweet! You are such a talented artist to paint so beautifully on fabric! I love the colors and design.
Yes~i think Jenn has the right idea to comparisons on Etsy. I think you will get a tremendous amount of interest with it.
Lovely top!
Tina

Flea Market Queen said...

Loving it...
Especially the tulle brooch!
Fabulous!!
Priscilla

Stink Bone Jones said...

I am so excited that my fellow cottage crafters and artists love my shirt! Thanks Ladies!

ricracsally said...

It's just adorable--and I can see that you put a lot of work into it! :)
Pricing our creations is always so difficult. But I definitely say that you should NOT underprice yourself!!
Tiffani

Jean Knee said...

I love cakes of all kinds so yes I love the shirt. the brooch is awesome because you can frouf it up or keep it simple however you prefer.

I can't price things at all: my hubs thinks my stuff is under priced,while my BFF thinks it's too expensive--who knows? Put it up on the high end to see if you get many bites, you can always lower it later

KathyJ said...

So so adorable, I love it!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

That little shirt is so darling!!! You did a beautiful job with it. Pricing is hard for me to. Wish I could advise, but my only advice is to research and try to get an idea. It is lovely! I am sure that it will sell as it is too cute not to!!

Maija said...

I DO love it, and I would buy it if you made it in my size! It's lovely!

Bristol said...

Oh so sweet, so glad I stumbled across your blog~
Bristol

Mrs.Kwitty said...

Sooooooo cute!! Love the little removeable brooch--such a great detail! I second the idea of comparison shopping for price ideas--and don't neglect to pay yourself for your hard (and skilled) work!
Smiles, Karen

Val gal said...

Your top is too adorable! You are extremely talented, and thanks for visiting my blog:)

Holly Loves Art said...

Hi Jamie,

This is so precious! Great design and ever-so-sweet!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Holly

Alisa said...

Love the shirt Jaime! Absolutley adorably!

Wanda AKA "Craftymule" said...

Hi -

I came across your link on Flickr in the Shabby Pink Cottage group. Your work is absolutely gorgeous. Keep up the great work!

Warmest regards,

Wanda :)

http://craftymule.blogspot.com/

Julie - On the Dot Creations said...

Oh my! What a beautiful shirt -- so dainty! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and posting your sweet comment, Jaime. I hope you'll come back often!

Julie

Grace said...

How stinkin cute! I love it! Grace

Melissa said...

Sooo SWEET! Love it! I bet they will sell great. You are such a clever and creative girl! LOVE the brooch especially! Happy Day!

Elizabeth said...

Very cute! I thought it was embroidered there for a minute.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I finally put up the after shots of my rooms. I was sad to take the Botticelli painting down,because I bought it at the Uffitzi Gallery in Florence. It is my favorite painting. I stood in front of the thing forever!! Also the "Birth of Venus" I bought a detail of that painting, that was put on a circular piece of wood. It is still up in my room.

Elizabeth said...

The ciel de lit, is from France and so are the curtains. While I was living there I fell in love with that look, and really wanted to get one. Funny thing is, I bought it and the curtains here in San Francisco when I moved back. It is from a company called: Blanc D'Ivoire you can go to their web site, but it only tells you the store locations. It does give you an idea of what they sell though. The store I bought it in was called "Ma Maison" in San Francisco. They have a web site also, and the lady is so nice,that you probably could contact her and order it from her. They are reconstructing their web site at the moment though.

Sheila said...

Great work, It is so sweet and yummy.. taking time pays off.

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

That little shirt is absolutely adorable! I love the removeable pin idea too!

Elaine Thomas said...

thanks so much for the post. I love your blog and all of your wonderful creations. I sell on etsy as well as pfattmarketplace which updates on the 10th of each month.

Smiles,
Elaine

Christa from Chloe Rose said...

That is a beautiful shirt! All the colors look wonderful together. I think the tulle adds some whimsy too! Great job.

Smiles-

Christa
Chloe Rose

kristin said...

my opinion? LOVE IT!!

Thrifty Miss Priss said...

oh it's just fabulous! Such detail! I admire your skills! Thanks for stopping by my place!

MoziEsmé said...

Beautiful work!

hoganfe handbags said...

Jamie what a precious shirt!
mary
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Casual Friday Everyday said...

SO adorable!