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Fashion Sewmates

Heading to Mars in my shiny coat.

April 14, 2017

Remember that jacket I posted back in October of last year? I’m guessing if you’re seeing this post you can see that I’m wearing it (finally!!!) Lol. I also have good news since I had gotten so many inquiries about people wanting one of their own. I finally found more of the fabric and have enough to make a couple. I will be posting details at my online shop¬† and instagram (@missodessa) on when they are ready to sell and how much one will run you.
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iOS Apps

Snapchat jailbreak with no jailbreak

February 7, 2017

So we all love and use Snapchat daily but there are some features we only can wish it had, like the ability to upload from our camera roll without the ugly white border used in memories, save other peoples snaps and pretty much view things completely undetected. With a jailbreak you can do all this and more using the Phantom tweak (app) for snapchat. Unfortunately if you’re not on an iOS that can be jailbroken you’ve been out of luck, until now. I am going to tell you how to get a Snapchat jailbreak with no jailbreak on your iOS device in a few easy steps. You will need a iMac or Macbook computer, this isn’t compatible with windows os.

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Web Design

Things a Shitty Web Designer will and wont tell you.

January 2, 2017

Having a website is extremely vital to your business, I’d say it’s the most important thing these days actually. Finding a quality designer can be pretty tough especially if you’re new and totally unfamiliar with the process of getting a website made. Domain names, hosting, turn around time and the cost to build the actual site can be super overwhelming for a beginner. You’re likely to run into plenty of freelancers who have no business sense, very poor customer service skills and sometimes their design skill level & knowledge may even be questionable. Here I will tell you some red flags to look out for when hiring a designer to work on your project.


1. You should purchase your domain name and hosting from godaddy.

Now godaddy isn’t terrible but it isn’t as good or as cheap as other places. It’s just pretty recognizable to the average person because they’re honestly the only hosting company to advertise on tv. I’m leery of any designer who recommends them because it may mean they don’t have much experience with anything outside of it. Godaddy’s 99cent (without coupon $2.99) domain names sound amazing until you realize they’re not actually 99cents ($2.99) after the first year they are $9.99 and then you have to pay an entire $7.99 extra to keep your personal information private. What do I mean by personal information? I’m talking your full name, address, email and the telephone number you used when filling out the information to purchases your domain name. Continue Reading