Indie biz entrepreneurs are ensuring that fine craftsmanship isn’t a thing of the past. Many people still take pride in a job well done and in providing their clients great service or merchandise at a fair price.
New customers find these businesses through various methods. Sometimes it’s a mention from a friend, relative or colleague. Sometimes it’s through an online social network or while browsing the web.
However they find them, once a client and indie-biz owner/employee connect, if all goes, well, the business has just retained a faithful customer who will continue trading with them rather than purchasing through the big corp market. And the customer has just gained a relationship with a business who values them on a personal basis, rather than them being a tiny part of a big cash-cow.
One of these indie businesses I want to introduce you to is Amber’s Angelic Creations, based in Copperas Cove, Texas. And, before I go further, if you’re the sort who engages in supporting veteran-owned and/or affiliated businesses, here’s your sign.
Amber’s been in business for about four years and during that time, has continued to expand her product line of unique, hand-crafted decorations and accessories, from bow-holders to maternity sashes.
Here’s a small slide-show featuring just a few of her much larger array of items...
Amber will ship her products to anywhere the customer is willing to pay for the shipping fees, and all of her products can be found and ordered via her Facebook business page. For those folks who don't use facebook, you can order via email to email@example.com or phone to (254) 979-2211. Before long, she'll have her own website up and running, showcasing her full line of beautiful products!
I have always had a love for crafting. A time came when I decided to stay home with my children and I discovered I loved making hair bows and accessories for little girls.
Click any of the pics featured in this post and a new page will open for you, to allow you to access and view the online gallery of Amber's products. Once her new website is up and running, I'll notify you via femme's Desk, and will update the information for you in this post as well.
That's it for this one and hope to see you back again on Thursday for the latest edition of femme's Desk.
'Til then, God bless you, thanks for the read and please don't forget to thank a veteran at your next opportunity!
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