So, my future mother-in-law and her lady friends are throwing me a bridal shower (!!!) in October. I wanted to do something nice for them in return, so I think I'm going to make them each a pair of earrings. It's fun to experiment and do some stuff that is outside of my normal day to day job. Of these two, only the first pair is for one of these lovely ladies, the second pair is a bit large and strange and I don't think they would really suit any of them. But I have a few more things knocking around inside my head, so we will just have to see what comes out.
SEA CREATURES! AHHHH!
It is fun to be designing for a different audience. I'm not sure if many women in their 60's are really shopping on Etsy (of course, I could be totally wrong). They are probably not snapping up moustache decals, graphic tees, or mason jar up-cycled lamps. So I don't really make many earrings with that age group in mind (ha! I don't really make many earrings for the shop at all!). Not that they all have the same tastes, but I don't think they would be too excited about giant silver hoops or super dangly earrings, so I have to keep things at a certain size. That is really the only real restraint, I think. Am I wrong? Maybe some older ladies would like crazy earrings? Maybe it's just that the women I have in mind share a more restrained style, maybe that is why I'm feeling like I need to keep things moderately small?
All right, I've started to ramble. It's like my internal voice is eager to spill out all over the internet. I went for a run this morning, and since then I've just been in the best mood. Almost bubbly (which is unusal for me). I had to keep myself from talking the head off of my chiropractor this morning and then I totally chatted up this kid outside a resale shop and bought the table that he was trying to put on consignment. I always thought I was an introvert, but I think I'm becoming more extroverted as I age. Anyhow, before I force any more boring details from my day onto you I'm going to sign off.
Have a nice Friday everyone!