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Vintage ARGUS C3 - 35mm Rangefinder Camera - Working 1. Use the best quality camera you can afford. Honestly, you don’t have to have a super-expensive camera to get some really great photos for your blog or Etsy shop. When I first opened my shop , I used a Kodak EasyShare point-and-shoot camera with great success.
Melody of Kindercotton shared her blog tutorial about how to make your own waterproof mailers from recycled store bags.Â If you know someone who uses store bags instead of reusable totes, ask him/her to save them for you! I recently ran out of the Tyvek envelopes that I had been using to ship out my orders.Â I liked them because they are water resistant and tear-proof, which keeps my fabric items safe in transit, but they are non-recyclable plastic, which I don’t like much at all.Â The plastic material also smudged when I tried to stamp my logo on the packages.Â That alone was reason enough to not use them!Â I looked into buying recycled products, but I didn’t love anything that I found.Â Luckily, I’m a pretty crafty person and I came up with a solution that uses very little new material (just some thread), holds up well in the mail, is water resistant, and is essentially free.
I took this picture of a bottle of Anderson Liquid Soap bottle in my kitchen. It looks like the photograph was taken in a photography studio, using complicated lighting equipment. I was not. Here is a step by step guide showing how you can to do it too. Here’s what you’ll need: 1 .
Gypsy earrings - handmade chandelier earrings - Gypsy, Yellow Article by: Jenny Hoople Lots of people have been asking me lately what they should know about setting up a shop on Etsy. Here I’ve gathered together the articles that have been golden nuggets of advice for me in a sea of information. Know at the beginning that making amazing products is only half the battle, the other half of your time will be making sure that the right people are aware of them.
English Photo by Elsita (Elsa Mora) on Flickr From my last guest post on Imaginative Bloom – Why You Need an Ideal Customer Profile – I hope you realized how important it is to identify your ideal customer. Now, I’m going to tell you how to do it. Remember that Your Ideal Customer Lights You Up