EBay lets sellers list a large number of free listings, and etsy charges 20 cents. I think you can see my logic on this one.
Plus, the people in the ACEO ebay group seem really friendly. :3
Find me here.
For a while I was trying to follow the artfire 45 day guide, but I was putting hours and hours into it and still falling short on the recommended number of items.
Which of course led to burning the candle at both ends, and we all know how that turns out.
Now I'm finding my own pace, and I'm pretty happy with it. I'm just about to finish up an illustration to round out an order of notecards, I have some little paint projects in the works, and I'm finishing up physical therapy while re-learning how to turn wood.
I think in a month or two I will be back to crochet. Maybe my goal for 2013 will be to put up a new free pattern some time in January. That would be nice, wouldn't it?
Sunday, October 14, 2012
Wednesday, October 3, 2012
I've started posting ACEOs for sale.
I know it is very, very, very difficult to sell art - but I'm happiest when I'm feeling productive. I can wood turn for about 20 minutes at a time (YAAAAY!), with my strength always improving, but I haven't been able to hold a crochet hook for too long (boo).
Speaking of productive....share your successes with me! Lets hear 'em. :)