PaciFashions How-To video

December 10, 2009

No adapter needed

Ok, so there's been some speculation as to how well these work; with other types of pacifiers. When I say all, I mean all. My sister has graciously given me a picture with her beautiful daughter showing off her PaciFashion with a Soothie pacifier. I was also contacted by another seller who's products are pacifier adapters to use pacifier/binkie straps with. I'm greatful for the attention, but those adapters are not necisary. Why should I purchase adapters to couple with orders, and consequently charge more on something that my PaciFashions don't need to be able to serve their purpose?

So here is a picture showing 3 different pacifiers. I hope you're able to understand how these work. If not, I'll post some pictures of step by step process of how to connect a pacifier to it. You don't need a loop handle on the pacifier/binkie to use my PaciFashions. See for yourself!

MAM, NUK, Soothie

My beautiful niece showing it with the Soothie pacifier
Step 1:
Take any hole (any size as long as the tip of the cord can fit through) and pull the cord through.
Step 2:
Take the opposite end of the strap and loop it through the cord
Step 3:
Pull strap tight though.
Your PaciFashion strap is attached to your childs favorite pacifier/binkie. Now all you have to do is snap on the clip, and clip it to your baby's clothing, or whereever you prefer!

November 22, 2009

Boys Holiday/Formal set

I have posted a new set for sale. It includes a green tie (with gold diamonds), black with white stripes, and red with white stripes. Make sure you stop by my Etsy shop to make your purchase.

Hurry to get in your orders before the price change: the day after Black Friday, all prices will return to normal. Just a reminder all, current prices are at a lowered, New Shop Introductory price. Get your orders in by this Friday, November 27th!!

(Still working on the satin ties. I've been having to make a few adjustments before I feel they are ready for selling. Thanks for your patience!)

November 14, 2009

Featuring my Nieces

Alright, so there have been new updates, and pictures. I want to give a shout out to my sisters, Heidi and Greta. They have been kind enough to let me feature their daughters in my store. Heidi took pictures of her daughter, Tanyth, to present PaciFasions using a Soothie pacifier. I wanted to make it known that my design of pacifier straps work with all types. See Tanyth showing off the pink leopard print PaciFashion.

She's a cutie! Ever since we posted her picture in our store, that particular set has been getting more attention, and orders. Thanks Heidi.

Greta let her daughters dress up in the culotte's, and allowed me to take pictures of them; Chloe and Paisey. They enjoyed wearing them, and were sad to take them off. They posed, danced, and were silly. What a bunch of fun girls! We've been getting more hits since these girls posed for us! Thank you Chloe, Paisey, and Greta!

Make sure you check out the Store to see all the different pictures and order your PaciFashion's and Culotte's.

November 5, 2009

Following PaciFashions

My store at was the beginning of getting the name PaciFashion out to the public. Its a new product that's starting to pick up. The new favorite is the tie, getting more hits than all my other products. When my son was a baby I wished there was something like this out there for him.

This is him when he was 8 months old, I call this his Chris Farley impression.

Clip-on ties didn't work for him because he was so chubby, and wouldn't fit with his double chin. At this point we no longer had a pacifier strap because the clip had broken in two. With the PaciFashions Tie, you can clip it anywhere you see fit, and works for your baby.

Having begun this blog, I wanted to let you know that you can follow me on Etsy, Facebook and Twitter. Become a fan on Facebook, or follow me on Twitter, and you will always be notified when PaciFashions, or Q Luv It Designs, have a new product.

This week we are featuring Culottes. These are nightgowns for little girls made of a shimmery, silky type of material called Trico and trimmed with lace. All of these gowns are made by hand by Sheila Quinn. She puts time, and care into each gown so you know, and can see, these gowns are of high quality. You just might find your little girl wearing it often, and playing dress up with these. I know because when I was a little girl, I had a similar gown.

Become a follower of my blog, on FaceBook or Twitter. Be sure to leave me comments. I would love to know what you think of my store and my products!!