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In Which I Make Jewelry For A Week

Actually, what happened was that I stumbled into a bead sale while trying to get supplies to fix a necklace of mine that broke, and possibly went a little overboard, because SATURATED COLORS and TEXTURES and...um....yeah. So then I had to DO something with the beads, and I was like "gotta make my own pendants, world does not need more necklaces with pendants from Michaels, and then...um...yeah.

Chicken petroglyphs. It...err...sort of just happened.


I have never sold on etsy before and I don't know anything about it (though I'd quite like to add downloadable coloring pages at some point) so thoughts are earnestly appreciated! I also do not know how to take photos of stuff, so I just slung them over things in my studio and took them outside, which is why the saber-tooth tiger skull is modeling a bunch of pendants.

If they've sold by the time you get there, I'll have like ten more up soon, I just wanted to start somewhere.

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LOL all gone by the time I got there too look too :)

Pictures look good, lighting is very diffuse so colours look vibrant - the one hanging in the tree has some shadow over it that you might want to look out for next time.

Perhaps one shot next to an identifable object like a pen or something so that people can see roughly how big they are.

Don't use coins as a reference cos not everyone knows what sizes your coins are but BIC pens or variation thereof are international :)

Dont be afraid to go closer with your images, its about the doodad, not the environment its in.

I would be keen on colouring pages - I bought a years subscription from one lady on Kickstarter where she puts the patten on line once a week and wallah! new colouring every week :) Maybe a Patreon instead?

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