Snappy handcrafted accessories for coffee, life, travel

Salt Lake, Utah | 6471 Sales


Snappy handcrafted accessories for coffee, life, travel

Salt Lake, Utah 6471 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars (1961)

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dizzlePOP is taking a short break


Note from shop owner Thanks for stopping by! Taking a short break and will re-open July 1.

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Last updated on Jun 19, 2019

Thanks for stopping by! Taking a short break and will re-open July 1.


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Adding a custom rhinestone logo to coffee cozies! I love doing custom, and wholesale, orders!
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Got up at 4 a.m. to get caught up on orders! There will be lots of happy coffee cups this holiday!
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The journey of an entrepreneur-turned-crafty

My shop name, dizzlePOP, came from my daughter's gaming adventures. Yup, I stole from my own kid.

I was one of those who would say, "Oh, I'm not creative." Why do we say that?! I started creating real things (like, to sell), when my friend made me a beautiful sterling and Swarovski bracelet to sell on a childhood cancer awareness website I owned (www.goldribbons.com), and we began beading together and OH MY... my creativity was permanently unleashed! While I'm no longer selling jewelry, I could open a bead shop with my 32 fishing tackle boxes full of bead varieties (and those are just what I can see from where I'm sitting).

I digress! I was in a few eBay "groups" where I'd make the accessories for kids' clothes and being around those ladies, I naturally became curious about fabric. Yes, another addiction. At least they're all legal.

I have an attraction to making small things. Maybe it's the quick turnaround that's appealing, as it fits in with my ADD quite well. In my first fabric foray, I made button-covered pony-o's and hair clips.

One day I saw a story in the newspaper about creating reusable things to replace those things we usually throw away. Being a coffee addict, I was throwing away a LOT of those cardboard coffee sleeves, so that was my interest. I was not a sewer, so I hired a friend to teach me how to sew coffee cozies. Three lessons and I was on my way, tweaking what we'd created until I had the perfect pattern and could pop out cozies to my heart's content.

I've since added more small fabric accessories to my shop. I love to sit at my desk and play!

Shop members

  • Gigi


    Crafty geek at heart. Friendly. Easily amused. Finder of the good in people. Energetic. Mom of three girls. German (well, half), and speak it, too.

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Last updated on Apr 9, 2016
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders

Custom orders are welcome! If you see an item you like but would prefer a different fabric, feel free to send me a convo (message).

At this time, I do not offer embroidery.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Every item is packaged for gift-giving in a crisp cellophane bag.

A packing slip is sometimes included in a shipment and never includes pricing; if you wish it omitted, please send me a convo/message and let me know!

Care instructions

Cozies, Luggage Handle Wraps, Mini Zip Pouches:
Machine-washable, lay flat to dry.

Passport Holders, Wristlet Lanyards, Button Badge Reels:
Spot clean.