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kdeguzman78 on Mar 8, 20155 out of 5 stars
Loved this item. It arrived so quickly as well!
Kaleigh on Mar 3, 20155 out of 5 stars
Item was awesome. It was slow ship but worth it for the quality.
Cait on Mar 3, 20155 out of 5 stars
All of my bridesmaids loves them! They got here super quick and she answered all my questions in a promptly manor :)
Sarah on Feb 24, 20155 out of 5 stars
Exactly what the picture shows! Quick and easy! Thank you!
Aaron on Feb 18, 20155 out of 5 stars
The cards were awesome! Vanessa was more than willing to help customize the content and made the whole process very transparent and easy. They came only a few days after I ordered them and all of my groomsmen thought they were great! My fiancee got some cards from Vanessa too and they were equally funny and well made! Probably going to be getting my thank you cards from her too! Highly Recommended!
burressamarie on Feb 18, 20155 out of 5 stars
I received the cards earlier than the expected delivery date and they were awesome! My girls loved them, it made the occasion even more special. Thank you for the amazing cards!
ladafashion on Feb 17, 20155 out of 5 stars
Love it ! Excellent customer service !
Chloe on Feb 17, 20155 out of 5 stars
These cards arrived quickly and looked great. Thank you!
Hannah on Feb 17, 20155 out of 5 stars
Adorable! These are very nice quality and showed up in a timely fashion.
The past, the present and the future.
I knew when I was 8 years old that I wanted to be a designer. I would make bookmarks out of the leftover signage scraps that my mom would bring home from the local grocery store that she worked at. I would laminate them, color them while mixing crayons and markers on top of one another. I even at one point typed a business plan on this made for kids typewriter to open up a strictly custom designed handmade bookmark store.
Fifteen years later when I walked across the stage at my college graduation with my design degree; I thought I'd be some big shot in advertising and be a known highly paid designer. I walked into my first job out of college; it was a good job, salary, benefits. All the things a recent college graduate looks for and I freaken hated it. I hated it so much. I ended up quitting on my year anniversary and never looked back. I had no plan when I quit. No other job to go to. I didn't even know about etsy at that time to even think about starting a shop. I did know that I wanted to make cards and invites I just didn't know how to "get out there". I also never thought I could make a living doing it. If I never would've of quit my highly paid job and taken this random part time job just to get some money in my bank account I would've never had a conversation with a co-worker who told me about etsy.
After telling my then boyfriend now husband about how etsy works I took all those ideas that where building up as I daydreamed at my awful job and put them on paper. I didn't have alot. I had a couple witty things to say, a fondness for typography and contrasting colors. I snapped some sample photos of what I had and I launched littleladycompany in my hot sweaty apartment in August of 2008.
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