UnderTheTapestry

Crochet, Tatted Lace Bookmarks, Wall Art, and More

Irmo, South Carolina · 50 Sales

UnderTheTapestry

Crochet, Tatted Lace Bookmarks, Wall Art, and More

Irmo, South Carolina 50 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars
(21)

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Bri S

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Announcement   Word art canvases, hand lettered chalkboard signs, and hand tatted lace bookmarks are all great gifts for those you love, and most of the items in Under the Tapestry can be personalized or customized, so let me know how I can help you!

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Last updated on Jun 21, 2018

Word art canvases, hand lettered chalkboard signs, and hand tatted lace bookmarks are all great gifts for those you love, and most of the items in Under the Tapestry can be personalized or customized, so let me know how I can help you!

Bri S

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Bri S

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5 out of 5 stars
(21)
Ashley

Ashley on Jan 25, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

These bookmarkers are so adorable! My favorite one is the purple flower. They are all made very well and each one arrived in perfect condition with great packaging. Bri does excellent work and I would highly recommend her shop and items, especially to all the bookworms. :) Thank you so much, Bri!

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Bookmarks are 50% off, and you have the chance to win a $26 or less item of choice, this week end only! What are you waiting for?! See you in the shop!
All orders from my shop this weekend will receive an awesome return discount, an etsy site wide gift card, or a free item it it! And don't forget the free shipping deal through October!
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About

About "Under the Tapestry" and it's creator

Hi, I'm Bri, and I'm so pleased to see you at Under the Tapestry!
I loved to constantly play around with crafting items when I was younger. Foam stickers, crayons, and glitter were a delight, and even the rocks in my Grandma's driveway were colored. When I was 7 years old, our neighbor invited me over to show me how to knit. The days spent in her living room, learning to knit before we played with marbles, puppets and kitchen set dishes with my younger sister, made precious memories. She also taught Mama to sew, and Mama has trained me in that area as well.
Over the next several years, I continued to make things out of string. My Mama's vacuum was constantly an array of colors, thanks to the yarn ends that were always on my bedroom and the living room floors. I taught myself to crochet with some pointers from a friend, and my parents got me a tatting shuttle and an instruction dvd for my 14th birthday. Learning to tat was super exciting, especially when I learned that my Great-great-grandma also tatted, and I got a tatting shuttle that was over 75 years old (I kind of love history and am a bit sentimental). Quilling joined the ranks of my crafts after an afternoon spent figuring out all the best tips I could from, of course, Pinterest, in 2014 :).
I gave my projects as gifts, and to help with fundraisers and ministries. I was able to send hats to a ministry for preemies; My entire family worked together to send in handcrafted items to an online auction to raise money to help fund orphans home; and I had a tatting table at my Dad's store's fifth year anniversary to raise money to help a local family adopt. Adoption is also very close to my heart, so these things were as much a blessing to me as they could have been to the family, and I was so thankful for the opportunities that the Lord placed in my path.
August 10th, 2015, my Daddy sat down with me and helped me figure out all the technicalities of setting it up my Etsy shop, something I'd talked about doing for awhile, but was a little afraid of figuring out. I am thrilled to have taken that step, and am glad to have another reason to enjoy crafting :). My baby items, word art pieces, kitchen towels, bookmarks, and other listings, are all made with the hopes that these items will be the prefect functional, decorative, and meaningful gift for someone you love, which is also why I want to customize anything I can for you, so that each gift is as special as the person who will receive it -just let me know what you are looking for! If you have any questions after reading item descriptions and my shop policies, don't hesitate to ask, and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
"Under the Tapestry" does not actually sell tapestries, so why did I choose this name? It was inspired by the poem "The Master Weaver's Hand". I love the beauty of how my Lord and Savior plans everything to His own glory, and how even when we may only see the mess of "the under side" of the cloth, our sinful hearts and nature, He is using even this to create a beautiful picture of His Righteous knowledge and nature. Since "tapestry" can also signify many diverse "threads", or things, coming together to make a whole, I thought this was fitting for my shop.
Thank you for taking a peak at my story :). I hope that you have fun looking around, and let me know if there is anything I can help you with or make for you, even if you don't see it listed :). I also hope to see you on my Facebook page, www.facebook.com/UnderTheTapestry!
Blessings in Christ,
Bri :)

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  • Bri S

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    Saved by Christ, big sis to 8, homeschool graduate, & small business owner, my days are full creating, photographing, listing, shipping, and creating the best customer experience you can have, amidst all the other things God has placed in my life!

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Last updated on Oct 24, 2017
Frequently asked questions

You say you will customize orders. How does this work?

If you see something you like, but it just needs that one little change to be the *perfect* item, I do indeed offer custom orders! Go to my main shop page, and under my shop sections links you will see the orange "Request Custom Order" button! I'll work with you to make it what you want; just make sure that you can be available to answer questions and approve what is made through Etsy "convos" (conversations).

If I don't like my custom order, can I return it?

I'm sorry, no. Because the custom orders I make are so specific, I can not resell them, so all sales are final. That is why, when making a custom order, I include you in every step of the design, through Etsy convos/conversations. You will be able to request a change in the original design, and I also give you one more chance to make a change after the final project is complete, before I ship it. I want you to be happy with your one-of-a-kind, uniquely-you item!

What ways can I customize an item?

Do you want a different size hat or canvas? Would you like a different font on a chalkboard or canvas? Do you have a certain color scheme in mind that you don't see available? Did you buy a pattern that you wanted to use when you learned to crochet, but now you just want someone to do the work for you because you are running low on time? Let me know, because I'll consider any of these things!

How long will it take to get my item?

Each item takes a different amount of time to prepare and ship. Details are in each listing!

What are convos?

Convos are the Etsy term for the chat box, or conversations. Click "contact seller", "ask a question", or my "request custom order" button to contact me about any questions or customizations you may have.