Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Nicole's Threads is looking for an intern!

It has been a busy year and the next few months are always the busiest. Every year I always am too in the thick of it to look for an intern when I need one the most, so I am hoping to break that pattern this year! 

I am looking for an intern to help out at my studio 5-10 hours a week with the possibility for more hours as things progress. I need someone in/around Burlington to come to my studio to help with a little of everything. Some of the bigger things I would need help with are packaging orders for my etsy shops and wholesale orders mainly but may also need help in producing handmade products, running errands, general upkeep, etc. I not only run a handmade etsy shop but I also have a vintage and supply shop which gets super busy around this time of year. 

If you are looking for some side work and are detail oriented, self-motivated, have great computer skills, are crafty and interested in seeing the behind the scenes of a tiny small business with a focus on handmade, please be in touch. This would be a great experience for someone looking to start their own handmade business or open an etsy shop. If you are interested, please e-mail me at nicoleerincarey@gmail.com I am looking forward to hearing from you! 

Thursday, March 27, 2014

New items for spring

It's been a while since I've posted here and not for no good reason! First of all, things have been super busy because... I'm getting married!

And... wedding planning is a little crazy and time consuming, but also really fun! So things like blogging, naturally, have fallen off of the radar. But that's not to say that lots of new things aren't going on! 

Lately, I've been anxiously awaiting warmer weather. I've been training for a half marathon and the cold and wind and ICE are just not conducive to running outdoors. 

All of this coldness has surely kept me crafty through the winter though. Here are a few of the items from spring that are available for preorder on my etsy shop

modeled by the lovely Jen Kahn of Jennifer Kahn Jewelry

This tribal patterned dress is available in four different. I LOVE these fabrics and am so excited to crank these dresses out for springtime. This week I will also be sending a big batch of clothing to Art Star in Philadelphia. I'm so excited to be a returning vendor for their craft fair this year as well. Art Star was one of the first shops to ever carry my line. It must have been 7 years ago at this point. Crazy!
I hope to keep updating the blog more regularly. In the meantime, check out what is listed of the spring line so far on etsy!