PARTICIPATORY SPORT FOR CRAFT ARTISTS
How to Stay on Top at Etsy
All about the ins and outs of selling jewelry through an Etsy shop. Topics discussed will be: Setting up your shop, maintaining your shop and managing your time on Etsy; Proper Pricing: it does NOT need to be a dilemma; Determining your ideal customer and targeting them; How to stand…
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Venue: Fine Arts Theatre, 36 Biltmore Ave, Asheville, NC…Continue
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"This has to be a common phenomenon, right? A free-spirited crochet queen forcing her boyfriend to…Continue
What a few weeks! Ever since Madelyn Smoak reminded me that some years ago - 2009 - I had started to make a set of Chimæric cutlery, I've been working furiously to finish all the work which, over the years, has been started and left incomplete. I am determined that there will be no unfinished work by Christmas!
There were a few projects which I knew about, having put them aside to work on commissions or exhibition work…
Added by The Justified Sinner on September 11, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
You may have heard all the ruckus about Pinterest of late and wondered, why is this such a big deal? It looks like this is just a successful social networking site that is driving lots of traffic to my Etsy shop. Well…not exactly. Read on and I’ll explain how sites like Pinterest really make money. Note: I am using Pinterest as just one example of a type of website/business model that is growing rapidly.
Pinterest makes money by directing traffic to websites who agree to…Continue
As a bit of a precursor to an online exhibition I'm organising on Crafthaus about contemporary craft in Scotland, glass-artist Jeff Zimmer, an American who is representing Scotland at SOFA, has just posted images of the works he is exhibiting there. Hauntingly beautiful.
Added by The Justified Sinner on November 1, 2011 at 5:39pm — No Comments
It's been a week where I've not been able to proceed as I am waiting for other people to do things, thus Fashion:Victim is waiting for a piece of jet to be carved and Future Legend is waiting for some fresh acrylic enamels to be delivered. Instead of working on those, I've spent the last few days dusting off half-completed projects and finishing them, largely to restock my Etsy shop.
Some of the completed pieces:
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It struck me today that I have been using a tip bench trick for ages now which I have selfishly not shared with anyone, not out of malice or self-interest, but simply because I use it so very regularly that it never entered my head until one of the students mentioned today how unusual it was. The idea originally came from another one of my students who asked me why there are no tube cutters for jewellery of the sort plumbers use to cut pipes. Her partner is a plumber and he gave me a…Continue
The OSPCA (Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) had plans to euthanize 350 animals, but only 99 have been put down due to 'combined voices of animal welfare advocates' (from the Toronto Humane Society Article), and many people are raising money, and there is even a…Continue
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