Thursday, March 5, 2015

Getting Back to Etsy Selling

One of my resolutions for this year, was to list my folk art on Etsy.  You can link to my Etsy shop, by clicking on the Etsy button on the bottom of my header.  Or, link here:  https://www.etsy.com/shop/townhalltrinkets?ref=l2-shopheader-name

This is new to me, as I only sold 1 vintage item in the past.  I will give it a try.  It's really not about selling as visibility for me.  The prerequisite for some of my future plans is to be an Etsy seller.  So, I'll give it a try.  

I made some needle felted and re purposed vintage wool flower pins.  




So, as always, trying to keep it relevant.  This old mama hen has lots to learn.  

Blessing from Ringle, Wisconsin.  

4 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

good luck!

Felecia Cofield said...

The felted pins are so cute! That's something I haven't tried, as wool is not common here. But if the winter weather continues like this every year, we'll soon find out about wool! I hope your Etsy shop is a success! Thanks for sharing! Blessings from Bama!

Pete Summers said...

You couldn't have returned to Etsy at a better time, what with the added publicity it has gotten as it has recently been included in the New York Stock Exchange. This was only a few weeks ago, maybe a month or two. The bottom line is to always stick with and uphold our online presence wherever it may be, so you can take advantage of it in terms of marketing or selling your products. Cheers!

Pete Summers @ Elite Market Links

Rita Gibson said...

I hope that you continue what you started here. Online selling platforms are just getting better and better. In addition to new platforms being made and launched, Etsy itself has increased for profile, what with all the free publicity that we were all able to generate.

Rita Gibson @ YEAH! Local