Okay so I totally forgot what I was originally planning to blog about tonight but luckily our group have helped give me a new idea for a post!
Quite a few people lately have been asking about Etsy Shop Updates –
What are they?
Where are they?
Who will see them?
Why are they important?
What should I post?
How do I do one?!
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Hi everyone! Wednesday night again and I have a new topic I’d like to talk about!
ETSY. MYSTERY. SHOPPERS. *dramatic music plays through your mind…*
When you hear that these kind of shoppers do exist …how does it make you feel? Cool and confident? Raring to hear your first critique? I’ll tell you how it made me feel…
Today marks the busiest day my little shop has ever had. EVER. Without my mother helping by packing the orders into their packets I would have been lost!
These 61 orders are now flapping their way to their new homes in 6 different countries! 🙂
Today’s post is a review post! Lately I’ve been buying gifts and treating myself by shopping at other seller’s stores from the Etsy UK Sellers Networking Group! I’d like to share them with you!! Just a warning – there is a sweary make and a “cheeky” make here! Don’t click if you’re easily offended 🙂
Today I had a stall at my local hall!
It wasn’t what I was expecting and I came away feeling pretty disappointed! I’ve decided to write this post in the hopes to remind myself of the positive and negative experiences of the day and maybe pass on some advice 🙂
I made 21 sales at a total of £65.50. I understand that to some this could seem like a success but when you consider that I was working for a total of 7 hours alongside my brother who I pay £6.50 an hour… that takes us down to £20 profit… and then the table cost £18 …which takes us down to just £2 profit 😦
I made some awesome purchases from other sellers there, I bought these themed cushions from Gee Bee Designs for just £6 each! They’ll be great on our computer desk chairs at home!:
I also bought these cute mini soap sets for £1 and a slice of Rose Geranium Soap and Lavender Soap for £2. They’ll make lovely stocking fillers at Christmas time. They come from a shop run by a brother and sister called Tigermuffin Soaps!
Anyway, I am now going to write up today’s pros and cons.. we’ll start with the rubbish and get it out of the way!