How to get my kandi noticed?

MoshASaur 12/5/2012 03:01 pm 825

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Dec 6, 2012 11:23 am
Thank you for showing me that my hard work is appreciated happy SycoSquirl, that is one of the nicest things that has ever been said to me. I hope CrazyKandiKid doesn't mind that this got a bit off-topic =x we did come up with some good answers though!
Dec 6, 2012 7:19 am
"SycoSquirl": lol Crumpet I remember the days this site had hardly any bikini's on it let alone patterns! It was all about the cuffs, and now this site has changed so much in the past several years. Crumpet is an amazing person, she might not be known for her kandi, but she is know to be the person to bring so many people together in one lace with the common goal of making beautiful things. Its patterns off her site that I see everywhere, I know who comes on here when I go to events because I recognize the patterns. If it wasnt for Crumpet, so many people wouldnt know how to make patterns, and there definetely would be less people sporting amazing ideas that are plastered all over this website. I think Crumpet is the one to expand our culture farther then any other person has in the past. I love, appreciate, and admire her with all my heart love struck Couldn't have said it any better myself~ I feel the same- Even though I've been to few events, from the kandi I've seen, I know the patterns were learned from here- It's awesome knowing that Crumpet opened up the world to this art. Also what SycoSquirl said: I remember when there were only cuffs and smaller bracelets being made- then all of the sudden there was an explosion of new ideas and it took the site over by storm-- Seriously, the possibilities with kandi here are endless regardless of how big/small the project. And going back to said topic of being noticed: you may think your work/name isn't recognized, but I definitely recognize a name on the home-page when I see one. While that may seem insignificant, if one person remembers your name by how much you're sharing your work, imagine how many others might as well-- And as HaloDiablo: keep sharing and making stuff for the fun and positive intentions~
Dec 6, 2012 1:32 am
lol Crumpet I remember the days this site had hardly any bikini's on it let alone patterns! It was all about the cuffs, and now this site has changed so much in the past several years. Crumpet is an amazing person, she might not be known for her kandi, but she is know to be the person to bring so many people together in one lace with the common goal of making beautiful things. Its patterns off her site that I see everywhere, I know who comes on here when I go to events because I recognize the patterns. If it wasnt for Crumpet, so many people wouldnt know how to make patterns, and there definetely would be less people sporting amazing ideas that are plastered all over this website. I think Crumpet is the one to expand our culture farther then any other person has in the past. I love, appreciate, and admire her with all my heart love struck
Dec 6, 2012 1:04 am
I'm flattered by some of these comments, but I'm not known for my kandi, only for the site. My kandi is nothing special. When I first made the site picture cuffs were rarer so maybe it was kind of "special" then, but definitely not now. Anyway, one way of getting your kandi noticed is by helping others learn how to make things. That's what CellularMango and GingerCandE did happy Uploading photos to this site can get you noticed too, if people find your photos impressive enough.
Dec 5, 2012 8:32 pm
It's simple, all you need is the brains to make a very successful kandi website that's absolutely perfect for the kandi world.... Oh wait nevermind i think that's already been done ;D lol
  • Halodiablo
Dec 5, 2012 6:57 pm
i share to inspire and motivate other, i havent a care for being noticed, or famous. but slowly ppl have noticed because all the diff stuff i make. so id say just dont try;share with friends and folks on social media and do what ya love, eventually ull have a great following ^.^
Dec 5, 2012 6:42 pm
To get "noticed"/"famous" er whatever, just don't try- don't make that your goal- Have fun making your kandi and put your personality in it to make it one-of-a-kind. While individuals such as SycoSquirl mentioned are recognized for their really elaborate pieces, someone who makes only singles and "regular" cuffs can be just as noticed- I guess it comes with how you present your work [are the pictures clear, is the setting well lit, are the videos recoded in exceptional quality and easy to understand/see]. Then lastly it's almost luck of the draw who gets "more recognized". Just have to have uploaded your work at the right time for it to get spotted and shared~
Dec 5, 2012 5:24 pm
Dont dont simply get noticed, you bring smiles to peoples faces, and be nice to everyone you meet, you give feedback, and help others OR you can morph into Crumpet, KandiToyBox, or HaloDiablo, or Oo Missy Oo. They are epicly known around the world lol These are just some of my favorite people I know related to kandi and if I had the power to morph I would SO walk around as them all the time <3
Dec 5, 2012 4:12 pm
If your talking "Famous" Noticed then try YouTube tutorials. If you mean,like on the streets or something like a random person will be like "OMG That's amazing!" Then really you just gotta put them on and strut your stuff lol I also have a photo album on my FB for ALL my kandi. You'd be surprised at how many of my friends have showed other pple and THEY add me because of my kandi tongue
Dec 5, 2012 3:39 pm
Noticed? What do you mean? Do you want to become "famous" for your kandi?