Ok, so I guess I missed this step. It was pointed out to me JUST TODAY that I never posted my Etsy site info on this blog. oops. I guess I never really thought about it, cuz last time I checked - I only had like 12 followers, and rarely have any comments. So imagine my surprise when today I looked and have like 34 followers! WOW! When did THAT happen? And whose blog did I comment on that made it happen? Cool. So now I've updated my profile with my Etsy page info - www.etsy.com/shop/shescool
I don't have any fancy "banner", or very many things listed (21). I've had some items looked at many times - one pathetic piece NEVER looked at at all (I know, it's not my best work - but they MATCH another listed piece). I did some research of other seed bead work on Etsy before I started, and I think my pieces are unique, yet wearable, with prices that I think are right in line with, if not better than, some of the other comparable work out there. So what gives? Is Etsy just plain TOO popular? TOO much of a good thing? I hate to be a copycat, and do like Lorelei does, and post Etsy listings on my blog. Has anyone else tried that? I guess I'll just have to hope that the more followers I have, the more people will check out my shop, and eventually, finally, HOPEFULLY - I will find the right person for the sale. And if you're ever in Lansing - I've got great stuff - jewelry and BEADS - at my actual shop. Check me out! PLEASE!