I am Kezzie Rudd-Walton, the creator of Kezzie's Konfections, a Lifestyle Blog that also sells Hand-crafted Organic, All Natural Sugar Scrubs and Fragrances. I am an Educator, Entrepreneur, Journalist/Blogger, and Industrious Mother of two! Why did I Decide To Blog? I have always been inquisitive and loved to express myself through writing. The “journalism bug” bit me … Continue reading Blog Feature| Kezzie’s Konfections
Sometimes even the best structures have to be torn down and re-built to secure the foundation-WE ARE BUILDING
As women we all can admit that we need household tips to help us make it through the day. Here's 42 very helpful tips from Charter House Interior that will actually save the day! 1. Sticking bicycle chain- Pam no stick cooking spray 2. Pam will also remove paint and grease from your hands.(Keep a … Continue reading 42 Interesting Household Facts for WOMEN
Because its so easy to purchase a box of pancake mix from the store most women have probably forgotten how easy it is to make "do it yourself" pancake mix. We're so grateful for Learning to Love and Live an Old Fashioned Life for reminding us that it only takes 3 simple ingredients for good … Continue reading Recipe| Homemade pancakes
Recently, we voted and voted for the for our dear friend Takiya, one of the fashion designers of Ja De'van Fashion Designs & Alterations, LLC. for the Silver Rock Funding Grand For Your Brand contest. Today they made the big announcement that we won.. oops.. THEY WON!! Silver Rock Funding is made up of a … Continue reading Featured WWG|Ja De’van Fashion Designs & Alterations LLC.
As I was finishing a last minute garment for the AUC fashion show at Morehouse College (#Forcoveredgirls) I started to notice something’s about the garment and even though I made and used this pattern several times over. I still felt I could make improvements to the garment, including garment construction. I am constantly asked about … Continue reading Guest Blog| TEN Quick Steps to Improve Your Sewing Skills
Growing up my grandmother had all her clothes made. There was a certain style and modesty that grandma liked. My grandmother’s seamstress, Mamie, had been a professional seamstress all her life. When my grandmother needed new clothes she would shop for material and all supplies (thread, zipper, buttons, etc) and take them right to Mamie. … Continue reading Guest Blog|Moving From Custom Seeing to Manufacturing
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