Iruka wrote: »
Your photography skills are really helping you out here, nicely staged. Your graphic design skills, however, are letting you down a bit. Its really hard to read "Chopping Block" on that banner, its too light and the thin font doesn't compete with the wood grain well.
I don't know how to get your etsy out there, though. Maybe tumblr the stuff you make? You take nice enough photos that they may get around just on that merit. If you are a foodie you could also do something like "heres my daily instagram pic, oh its presented on this cutting board you can purchase" kind of thing.
Rorus Raz wrote: »
There's also the possibility you just can't really grow a bear like other guys.
Angel_of_Bacon wrote: »
Not even BEAR vaginas can defeat me!
cakemikz wrote: »
And then I rub actual cake on myself.
Loomdun wrote: »
thats why you have chest helmets
SkutSkut wrote: »
I sold a bracelet to my uncle, was going to give it to him but he insisted. That's it so far, want some more inventory before I open an online shop or start advertising. Also asked a friend that sells for pricing advice a few days ago so I'm looking into it but haven't really started advertising yet.
Enc wrote: »
Did you ever make an etsy store?
Wombat!! wrote: »
What type of raku did you use to get that red on the first one? Were they oxidized or reduced?
DyasAlure wrote: »
but how do you sell your stuff?