This morning Milo decided she wanted to go sledding with her her brand new Elizabeth cape... So off we went to our neighbor's hill beside my mom's house in Weaverville, NC that is the absolute best for flying. She would like to report that her cape helped pick up some excellent wind speed.
#Crazy weather! Earlier this week it was nearly 70 degrees, and what a gorgeous day to have a truck load with 16 boxes of finished Amazing Capes!
Once unloaded into the shipping/receiving center that is my mom's nice big kitchen, I got to use this snazzy new heat transfer press for the tags! Now I kind of want to make heat transfers for everything.
And check it out. The first wrapped bundles are below! I also have a golden-burrito style package design many of you will get... But careful not to take a bite out of the cape if you do.
A handful of capes have been shipped, and I have a whole crew of helpers... Mom! Jimmy! Tom! Katherine! Anna! Chris! So I can get the whole lot of these capes flying out asap. ...Photo magnets, drawings, power stones and post cards as well!
As it just turned to February (how'd that happen?!)... I truly thank all of you for your patience.
Wishing you an amazing weekend,
PS. A note on the power stones... Since I'm new to the process of cleansing and purifying stones, I think I went overboard with a 4X purification method... 4 nights in a bath of Ancient Himalayan salt water with Rose Quartz, and 4 nights bathing under Appalachian moonlight (including the full moon of course). Hope they are a little magical!