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Pretty Little Things Club

There are a few PLT Club Memberships left in my Etsy Shop. Here is a picture of November’s item. Club members look out for your next item soon, December’s Pretty Little Thing will be mailed out this week!

For those not familiar with this, here is how it works. First you buy a subscription to the PLT Club right here. Then every month I will send you a pretty little thing–just for you. What kind of items you ask? I’m not telling…it is a surprise. But I promise they will be cool {and also very pretty and little.} 12 month subscriptions are available for $100. The subscriptions will all begin January 2009.

  1. Jane Flanagan

    December 10, 2008

    I’ve been unable to open my moustaches they’re so pretty in the package. But they’re fun to pull out of my purse and show people. It gets a big laugh every time!

  2. Kristine

    December 10, 2008

    oh boy i want to be a member! so cool!

    ps. congrats on being featured on the martha s. blog. radical! i looove your labels.

  3. acte gratuit

    December 11, 2008

    I’m just gonna say it:

    Those aren’t pretty.

    They might be little, and they might be things, and they might even have really cool packaging. But they are NOT pretty.

  4. Heather

    December 11, 2008

    I adore your blog, your style and your chic sensibilities, but I remain perplexed by the PLT Club. I know you mean well with this project, but the pricing seems utterly disproportionate to the return. I know, I know that leaving comments like this on a personal blog is in poor taste, and I’m sorry if this irks or offends anyone.
    I’ll keep reading and loving Oh Happy Day for sure… just a smidge disappointed.

  5. jordan

    December 11, 2008

    Hey Heather,

    The items I choose are always valued around $5-$7. The new pricepoint of $100 averages $8.30 and allows for a few dollars shipping/packaging and $1-2 dollars profit for my planning and labor {which is actually a lot of work.}

    $100 sounds like a lot in one lump sum but not if you figure you ordered something fun and cute once a month.

  6. Anonymous

    December 11, 2008

    eh

  7. Anonymous

    December 11, 2008

    I have to admit I have been a bit disappointed with the PLT too. I guess I thought (or assumed) they would be things made by you because you make such exquisite items. That being said, they are lovely little things but I don’t think I will renew. I am really not trying to be critical but hope it is constructive feedback.

  8. jordan

    December 11, 2008

    Thanks for the input, I’m so sorry you aren’t happy with the two PL Things you’ve received. As much as I wish every single person loved every item, because of the nature of the club there are bound to be people who aren’t happy. It is true that there is a little risk you take when you purchase it. But know that I work very hard to make it cool and fun from the actual item to the packaging.

  9. Lauren Knoop

    December 11, 2008

    I like to think of the PLT Club the same way I do my magazine subscriptions. Each month you know you’ll be getting something fun in the mail, and while there are some issues you might like more than others, you appreciate the work that goes into it and look forward to the next one. Thanks for all of your hard work Jordan!

  10. liz

    December 11, 2008

    I don’t like chances so I didn’t subscribe, however, I think it is an incredibly unique and adorable idea.

    I love the idea of getting something unexpected in the mail with a personal touch and sometimes it could be funny or cute or crafty. The unknown is fun about it.

    I like the magazine analogy Lauren wrote about- good point.

  11. MHS

    December 12, 2008

    Oooh. Can I suggest a sample sheet of Stuck labels for one of the PLT months with some ideas on using them (my favorite part about Stuck is the styling examples you have.

    Good marketing for you too as I’m sure we’ll want to buy more :)

  12. Madhavi

    December 13, 2008

    I’m loving my pretty little things. Aubrey had taken pics of us at our wedding wearing these moustaches. All the moustaches were gone so these are just for me. They crack me up every time.

  13. Anonymous

    December 20, 2008

    I’m confused. I clicked on the link for past items of Pretty Little Things and all I am seeing is a fake mustache or something. Why would I pay for this? Can you give a better example of why I would want to pay $100 for miscellaneous shit?

  14. jordan

    December 21, 2008

    Oh sweet anonymous: its not just miscellaneous sh*t it is 12 months of miscellaneous sh*t!

    PLT Club is sold out until 2010. :)

  15. Tina

    November 10, 2010

    Who would have thought pretty little things could be so controversial? But then I guess beauty is always in the eye of the beholder. Jordan, I know this is all ancient news but I just wanted to send some props to you. Sometimes creativity is a risk and people whinge at you for it.

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