Do you see that one right in the middle there? Yeah, her. With the flaming red curly hair. Yeah. I want her. So much so that I had to stop whatever Facebook scrolling I was wasting time with and blog about it. Blogging about it gets me five extra entries, don’t you know? It also means you know about the giveaway now, too, which means you’re competition… but I love all of you that read my blog so much that if you won and I didn’t I’d still love you.
Anyways, now that I’m here, I’m going to work on some real blog posts. About stuff that I do. That doesn’t have to do with scrolling through FB.
I may have been neglecting my blog here, but for good reason. I’ve been working on my etsy shop and my WEBPAGE! That’s right, I now have a webpage. I’ve got my own domain name and am using Weebly to built it. It even has a link to this blog. Crazy, I know. You could click that link back there, go to the webpage, then click the link THERE to come HERE! Eventually (when I figure out how) I’ll be moving my blog there. I’ll probably always keep my etsy shop, but I plan on also having a shop section on my webpage. Customers would be able to purchase directly from me, not me via etsy. Though like I said I’ve been working on my etsy shop, foto fuzing all over the place, adding new jewelry, rearranging the shop, even taking better photos for some necklaces that have been there for awhile. It’s looking great, you should check it out.
I’ll be back in the blog habit soon enough. I miss all of you out there in internet land!
Tonight I’m hosting a workshop at the Share Exchange, Opening an Etsy Shop- Demystified!
Thursday May 10
$10 general public, $5 for MadeLocal Vendors
with Adriann Saslow
If you’ve wanted to open an Etsy shop (that online handmade market place you may have heard of) come to this workshop! We’ll be walking two other artists through the process, step by step, so you can see just what to do to get your own shop running. We’ll cover the basics, how to upload photos, choosing titles, “tags” so search engines can find your work, shop policies, other info for your customers, and more. Even if you have started an Etsy shop already, you may learn something new!