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||Posted - Mar 13 2012 : 6:41:14 PM
Hubby has been hard at work doing his windchimes, they are gorgeous!! I want to keep all, but, that sort of defeats the purpose. I'm still making my jewelry and knit caps plus the vintage. I took some things down even.
I've been looking at business cards (doing my own vs. having them done) and trying to find local outlets to take our stuff, even farmer's markets to attend.
So, we finally 'saw' we need to do an overhaul of our shops. Going to change the names so they will be the same, have business cards and try to be more professional. I'm going to set up a real website, not one of the free ones.
I don't know why I'm exactly writing this, but, wanted to get started and it, at least, feels like we're doing the right thing!! Know what I mean??
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||Posted - Mar 28 2012 : 06:37:10 AM
WOW! Gorgeous stuff. And yeah, websites seem to take forever sometimes, don't they?
A hook, a book, and a good cup of coffee....
||Posted - Mar 28 2012 : 06:19:34 AM
You do spectacular work! I especially love the wagon wheel wind chime! I was wondering how you like Bonanza?? I'm on etsy, but hadn't really tried Bonanza yet...
||Posted - Mar 27 2012 : 4:21:43 PM
Hubby opened a little shop for his wind chimes. My daughter will help me straighten out my Etsy and Bonanza shops. I'm sort of thinking that his wind chimes will do better in local trade shows, but, who knows?? Another thing, it sure takes a lot of online time to do a shop or website or what-have-you. Wow....
My website: http://antlersantiqueswindchimes.weebly.com
|rough start farmgirl
||Posted - Mar 13 2012 : 9:19:45 PM
Isn't it the truth...once you commit an idea to paper (or the internet) you feel obligated to take the next steps.
Best of luck to you. Having a more professional look will increase your pride in your wares.