Monthly Archives: February 2014

New photo tutorials added, a new checklist for ordering, etc…

Hello, friends!  Some of you know that for a LONG TIME I’ve been promising to add a photo tutorial on my website to show you a simple way to remove some microbeads from your microbead forms when they’re too full or ‘perky’.  You also wanted a photo tutorial on how to close the adjustment tubes that I’ve been providing some of you with.  Both techniques have been especially popular with those who’ve had single mastectomies and needed to match a remaining breast.

Then, what about those who have multiple, or ‘more unusual’, adjustment needs.  A CHECKLIST of options has been needed so that you’d know from the start what changes could be made on your microbead forms to make them suit you better. There’s no extra charge for any of it, it’s just something that very much needed to be done to make it easier to accomplish what we’re already accomplishing together, but it took multiple emails before to get it done right.

Well, it’s DONE!  You can find it all on the “Items for Sale” page near the center top area.  There are links to all of it.  If you find errors, please let me know so it can be fixed. Somewhere on the website, I’m pretty sure one photo was accidentally replaced with another one being uploaded that has nothing to do with the text where it’s at. Haven’t been able to find it yet, too tired, and it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack.  You know me, if it stands still, take it’s picture, so there’s a lot of pictures, lol…

Just stayed up all night long completing this batch of work, but have been working with some of you for weeks or months who agreed to be my ‘test subjects’ to work out the various things that needed to be added or corrected.  Thank you all for your help and patience, you’re a wonderful bunch of people (you know who you are, dear hearts!), and it’s been fun, but I’m going to bed now to see if I can get to sleep before the sun comes up.  It’s going to be a close call… Zzzzzzzzz