This is my dream
When I was 5 years old, I started to make crafts and loved it so much. In my whole family, I had only one fan, my grandma. At that time, I could only make some simple origami, such as bird, boat, pants… Every time when I finished, I would show them to my granny. No matter how ugly they were, my granny always said: ”Wow, how beautiful!!! My granddaughter is the smartest girl.” There was no internet, no blog, no crafts forum then, so my granny was my only audience. Her smile was my only encouragement.
Little by little, I started to learn sewing, crocheting and knitting. I was so glad I could spend boring and hot summer break in crafting. At my 12, I became able to crochet hat and sock. At my 14, I became able to sew pants.
Afterwards, I had less and less spare time to make crafts. I had to spend all my time and energy in schools and universities to get degrees. Moreover, life is not always happy and beautiful, sometimes full of stress, sometimes full of tears, sometimes full of pains.
Ten years ago, my dear granny left me forever. I cannot stop missing her even now. How sad…
Now everything has been settled down. The happiest thing in my life is that I have such a nice husband to support, understand, and love me. So I regain my peaceful life to wakeup my faraway and happiest memory from my deepest heart. I start to make crafts again. Everyday, I enjoy the designing and creating. It seems I returned to my sunny childhood and I saw my granny’s encouraging smile again.
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2. All items for sale must be handmade by you. Contracting with others to mass produce the designs is expressly prohibited.
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