Thursday, November 12, 2009

Luck of the Irish-Four Leaf Clover Collage Pendant from

This pendant measures approximately 7/8" square, 3/8" thick, (23 mm square, 5 mm thick), and comes with a silver plated bail.

Many of my glass shapes have been made by hand and are not necessarily uniform.

Due to the hand-made nature of my jewelry each piece is created individually and slight variations from the photo may occur.

Although my pendants are water resistant they are not waterproof.
Price: 16.00

1-Why did you choose to sell on Etsy/ and do you sell anywhere else? I sell through home parties, local craft shows and through Etsy. Many of my sales have been through wearing my pendants- sold right off my neck! As for the internet, Etsy has the widest handcraft buying audience and is the best showcase for craft items.

2- What is your fave thing to buy on Etsy (whether it be supplies or gifts etc.) I love seeking out the unique- a personalized item or something special for one of my 10 grandchildren. I just bought a hand crocheted hat for my Yo Gabba Gabba fan grandson-and he loves it.

3-What is your current fave product/SELLER(not in your store) under 20$? I love the crisp look of KathyPanton on Etsy. Most of her items are under $20.

4- Any advice for new sellers? Don't give up! Learn, Learn, Learn. I opened a store last year and had a total of no sales! but I read the forums and heeded the advise that friendly Etsians were giving. I improved my product-improved my photography-and started promoting under my new shop. I'm off to a good year with my on-line and direct sales.

5-And a favorite quote? The most wasted of all days is one without laughter.
e e cummings

1 comment:

  1. Neat pendant. Would be really popular on St. Paddie's day! When I was a teenager four leaf clovers were very popular and almost everyone I knew kept a pressed clover leaf in their wallet for good luck.



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