20 December 2010

December Etsy Finds

I love Etsy. I love selling and I love buying. I've gotten many, many things on Etsy to give as gifts (can't post them here because the giftees might be reading!), and there are oh so many more that I really wish I could buy. If I were a billionaire, I would be buying...

And so much more. Here's another list of lovelies I made. (I'm seeing a color pattern with this... I promise it wasn't planned!)

The beauty of Etsy is that (for most things anyway) the presentation/photography of the item is almost as beautiful as the item itself. I love logging in and seeing some exquisite new collection on the front page. (I'm blessed enough to have been on the front page a few times myself.)

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  1. Looks awesome. :) I'm not a big etsy shopper, or browser. I know I'll just get sad 'cuz they're a little pricey. LOL :)


  2. I've never done anything on Etsy before--I know a lot of people buy/sell on it, but I've never.

    I love the countdown wreath!

  3. Etsy does have so many beautiful things! I have all my presents, but I'm sure those Christmas presents are lovely :)

  4. Etsy has so many lovely things! I don't really go on it though, because it can be pricey.

    I love the wreath. Hope you have a great Christmas.

  5. Hey Olivia I was thinking about starting an Etsy for my nature photography but I was wondering if you get much business. Does your photography sell well?
    Plus, I think you should sell the necklace (the one that you did a tutorial for) on Etsy. I would buy it!

  6. The #1 thing about Etsy is that it takes a lot of time. I started in the summer and I'm only just beginning to sell.

    Also, remember this: is your camera able? Most point-and-shoot cameras won't have enough pixel power to be able to print anything bigger than an index card.


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