I am happy to announce that my labor of love is complete: I have finished my first eBook.
It is a short and simple guide that provides tips for success in writing your own blog. Since beginning this art blog, I have toyed with the idea of writing instructional materials to support my content.
As the child of teachers I have always been asked if teaching was in my blood. I usually denied this idea, and proclaimed that teaching was not for me because I had the idea of teaching children ingrained within my mind. After taking a course on training and development in human resources I realize that I actually enjoy teaching. The only difference is that I enjoy teaching and instructing adults as opposed to children. The “pedagogy” or concept behind teaching adults is different from teaching children, and I am better suited with the temperament of mature individuals.
I enjoy training and teaching people who find the information useful, so I decided to write a short eBook to help others who may have an interest in starting their own blog.
I have always tried to avoid using buttons in my apron designs. I find them complex, and no matter what formula I use, they never turn out exactly how I had hoped. As I find myself creating more costumes than aprons, I have to face my fear of closures.
I started attaching buttons as decorations to become accustomed to the dreaded button closure issue that I have been avoiding for some time now. The execution was great for this piece, and I am improving my button skills.
This half apron was inspired by a Victorian era apron mixed with a lingerie look. The linen nap provides contrast against three gold buttons, while a unique black lace border keeps the linen in check against a smoky satin backdrop. The contrast works well as a costume, since satin is not ideal as an actual maid uniform. Perfect for play.
The waist features a concealed drawstring to adapt the look of this apron. You can pull it tight and cinch with the satin ribbon within, or let the satin lie flat. Some like their satin smooth, while others like the ruched look.
Thank you for stopping by to see what my imagination has created recently!
Enjoy sexy dress up fun for plus sized beauties. Specifically designed for larger sizes.
Fits up to 42 inch waist (Ladies Size 2XL) Same design as the RED SATIN MISTRESS MAID- but more affordable. Satin material is not lined. Simple Elastic trim bodice. Fully concealed elastic waistband to allow maximum stretch. Single button closure. Skirt is trimmed with black lace. Sexy spaghetti style straps. FREE SHIPPING. Limited Quantity. See this item in my Etsy shop by clicking here