I finally had some time to work in my craft room. I chose a Cricut craft that would take some time – engraving. While I waited the two hours for this engraving to complete, I worked on getting my craft supplies more organized. I also made some earrings. I had fun!
Can you guess which one is a real rose and which ones the paper rose I made at work today?
What do you do when the byproduct of your stress relief activity, crafting, leaves you with a bunch of finished crafts? I currently have cards, tea light holders, luminarias, explosion boxes, iron on designs, wooden and slate signs with sayings on them, cute coffee mugs, beer glasses, and Christmas ornaments – EVERY WHERE! Normally, I would do a craft show, but I work every Saturday at the library and can’t participate in those. So…should I sell on Etsy? Do I want to have to ship things? How does one ship something like this:
And what would one charge for one of these:
That is where I am stuck today. Thinking about selling my crafts.
If any one would like to, please share your thoughts on my dilemma. Thanks.
At the library where I work, the Summer Reading theme is Build a Better World. Our adult programs are build around Pay It Forward, the book and movie. We are having a Pay It Forward Raffle for prizes where patrons have to fill out a card saying they performed 5 various Pay It Forward activities.
Today, I was in the drive thru at Dunkin Donuts getting a coffee and the young lady in the car in front of me paid for my coffee. I’m still moved by her kindness.
In the spirit of her generosity, I have running an Amazon Giveaway for the ebook Pay It Forward. All you have to do is follow me on Twitter. Here is the link:
Good luck and thanks for reading.