2012 Takes my Blog to Fiberluscious

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Monday, December 26, 2011

My work in Moda Magazine

"The Buster" one of my favorite crowns is currently featured in Moda Kids Magazine!

The photographer for this picture was taken at KIDPICS Photography by the very talented Monica Alvarez.

"Moda Kids Magazine is geared towards kid's fashion and features child models from around the world. It has an added bonus of delivering a message to kids and parents about creating and living a healthy lifestyle by infusing education, health, culture, and society into their everyday lives. Moda Kids Magazine is a division of Moda Munchkin: Boutique modeling for children and adults. Moda Munchkin is in the credentialing process to become a fully-licensed model and talent agency. Moda Munchkin has over 250 active children listed, many of which can be found gracing the pages of Moda Kids Magazine."

In addition to my crown being featured, I was given a full-page in the magazine. Take a look. The model for my flower headband in none other than my adorable grand daughter, Brooke.

Visit Moda Magazine and take a look at the preview of their magazine. I can't say enough about how wonderful this magazine was to work with. One of their editors saw my crown in my Etsy Shop, Fiberluscious and asked if I would like to have it featured in a photo shoot in Moda. I sent the crown to KIDSPICS Photography, and it was returned right after their shoot. I had some help with my ad from one of my Doers into Dreamers friends, Tiffany Silverberg. She gave my ad a professional's once over. You can discover her services at her website. I just couldn't afford this kind of advertising on my budget. So I would have to say it was a thrilling and fun opportunity.
Crown- Page 31
Ad-Page 33

You just never know when something wonderful is about to happen. I think success is about being ready and open to everything. Be generous with your creative spirit. When you find yourself over your head, connect with others and be willing to share your spotlight. The best of what we accomplish is always a combination of preparation, exposure, luck, sharing, and of course, being willing to dive in even when you don't know exactly how deep the waters are.

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