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More stuff from The Busy Elf

A big thank you to all the lovely people who ordered stuff from 'The Busy Elf' after reading my post. 


If you haven't read my post, and don't know about 'The Busy Elf' or Keshrie please do read it before you proceed!

Keshrie was really elated when the orders started pouring in and she made a good sum in the first month.

The online store which I set up for her, doesn't seem to be working out and so we are now taking orders directly. For any orders please mail me on ps(at)preetishenoy(dot)com. The entire amount will be paid to Keshrie as soon as it is transferred by you.

You can view all her products (and the prices) on her Facebook page (which I set up for her) here:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.121481467993018.20560.121477524660079&type=3

Meanwhile Keshrie has been busy making some more stuff in between working in two houses.

Here are more of her beautiful creations:

Rs.200/- for this fabulous crocheted outfit for that little girl's doll


If you have a special girl in your life who loves her doll she will love this doll's outfit. Rs.200/-

Rs.200/- for this  crocheted dolls outfit.


 Rs.100/- each for the hairbands. The colours can be customised.
Shipping will be extra for all orders. (add Rs.100/- for shipping)







Aren't her creations really lovely?
These make great gifting options too.

Mail me [ps (at)preetishenoy(dot) com ] to place your orders.

And please note I do not take a single paisa out of  all this! I am doing it (depsite being hard pressed for time) as I want to encourage her and help such a talented person and she would never be able to sell stuff online.

Now I am getting back to my writing. (Stole some time to post this as I had promised her I would.)


See you as soon as I hit my word target for the day!
Cheerio, Toodles and Buh-bye for now :)
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  1. Love all the creations!

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  2. They are lovely:-))!!!!

    And you are beautiful...inside and out:-))!!!!

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  3. Thank you Shachi, Noopur and N
    Please do share with like-minded folks. That will be super helpful for Keshrie.

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  4. super creative :-)

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