EnchantedEarsCo

Enchanted Ears Company

32 Sales

EnchantedEarsCo

Enchanted Ears Company

32 Sales On Etsy since 2012

0 out of 5 stars
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Shelbie Savage

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Shelbie Savage

Black and White "Willie" Pin Lanyard
US$12.00
Rainbow Mickey Pin Lanyard
US$12.00
Minnie "Beautiful" Pin Lanyard
US$12.00

Reviews

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Frederique Coache

Frederique Coache on Jun 18, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

It's so pretty! I finally received it just last week and I was stunned by the amazing quality. Thank you so much!

Tokyo Doll

Tokyo Doll on Jun 10, 2014

1 out of 5 stars

Ordered this awhile ago.. Tried to communicate with seller but no reply. Ring finally arrived today and lollipop was not attached to ring base. A cute rocking horse extra ring sent but was stringy with glue and the rocking horse popped off shortly after putting it on. I loved both, very cute pastel colors, so I was disappointed that I couldn't wear them. Thanks anyway..

Shelbie

Shelbie responded on Jun 11, 2014

Ring was sent 3 days after order as it said on the page. Never received any sort of messages, as I also tried to contact you.

Evelyn

Evelyn on Mar 31, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely amazing! Was well worth the time and effort put into it! And loved the little extras added in! Will definitely be ordering again!

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About

Being Raised With a Couture Touch

It all started when I was seven years old. My grandma had a love with sewing and desperately wished to share it with me. As a seven year old, I wanted to go outside and play with my friends, but I also had a need to appease my grandmother. So I stayed inside some days and I learned to sew. I first started off sewing straight lines onto plain white scraps of fabric that she had left over from cotumes, tablecloths, etc. I thought this was neat for the first hour, but after that, it'd had lost it's touch.
Not long after, she had gotten a new sewing machine that embroidered flowers onto fabric. I thought that was so neat that I would sit for hours at a time and just watch the machine create these perfect little flowers on this starch white fabric scrap.
Those little flowers are what truly started my love with sewing. Very soon after, I started making clothes for all my dolls (might I add, these weren't the best quality at the time) and they would fall apart after my first time playing with them, but give me a break, I had just started sewing.
By the time I was 13, I had started helping my grandma make all my Halloween costumes. This was because I had an extremely deep fear that if I made them myself, they wouldn't be that good. Growing up, my grandma always made my costumes because they were far better quality than the ones you'd find in stores, and, they always turned out miles better than my friends' costumes.
On my 15th birthday, I really started sewing on my own. It was the most magical experience because I went for so long having a fear of making something on my own, to making many things that turned out just fabulously. Of course, I messed up here and there, but for the most part, I was doing really well. I had started making my own clothes for school and all my friends were very envious of me because I was capable of making something that was 100% from my own imagination.
That Halloween, I had made mine and my cousin's Halloween costumes. This was quite memorable for me because our costumes were so great that people were taking pictures with us and were actually quite terrified of us. (We were zombie clowns, if you were wondering.)

I have been sewing for over half my life and I love every minute of it. I can spend hours in a fabric store and never get bored. I have a passion for what I do and a religion for everything I've ever made.

And so now, here I am, hoping to share my story and my talents with everyone. I hope you look to me to create something truly beautiful and memorable. With me, sewing has brought me close to family members and has also created some of my best memories in life.

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    Owner, Maker, Designer, Founder

    I am a lolita clothing designer, cosplayer, and self-proclaimed geek.

Shop policies

Last updated on May 25, 2012
Welcome to our shop!
As women, we believe that everyone has a right to look their best. But in order to do that, you must dress in the very best. We live by that belief. Our mission is to create FABULOUS clothing and accesories, and create them with the best products money can buy. All at a reasonable price. We know that the economy is tough, so we try and accomodate that. Our promise to all of our buyers is that prices will NEVER go up, and quality will NEVER go down! You should feel assured when clicking the "check out" button. If you are unsatisfied by ANY of our products, we promise a full refund, and even a discount on your next purchase from us! No gimmicks, no fine print.
Be sure to check out our vegan items, as well! No upcharge!
Thanks so much!
Savage Couture

Accepted payment methods

Payment
We accept PayPal, and most credit cards.
Shipping
We ship through USPS. Most packages ship within 5-7 business days. But it may take more time due to the fact that all of our items are handmade.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are unsatisfied with any product, you get a full refund. Also, a discount off your next purchase!
**We are NOT responsible for lost or damaged items in the mail!**
However, we DO check our items MANY times before they ship.

Please note that custom items are non-refundable.
Additional policies and FAQs
We customise almost all of our products. Just be sure to include colors and patterns that you want in the "info to seller" during checkout.