Posts Tagged ‘Etsy’

Goals for 2016: Photography, writing, and business

Rain drops close up

It’s New Year’s Day 2016. Today we flip the calendar page and begin another year. Here in Maine, the weather has been mild in December. Until this week’s storm, we had no snow. I believe I join many who would be just fine without snow, or cold, and could roll right into spring from here. […]


Etsy Treasury Feature: Colorful Veggie Display

Colorful Vegetable Display

There are so many reasons I love Etsy, the online handmade marketplace. One of the reasons is that others can put together collections of items available on the site and share them as a treasury. Good keywording and visual appeal help to get your items found and selected. One of my listings, a print I […]


Blog Challenge Feature: New England Crafters

Lupine Leaves with Raindrops

Nice surprise for a Monday morning . . . I received a notice from Kris at New England Crafters via Etsy that one of the photos on they Etsy site has been included in their weekly blog challenge. The topic was Earth Day with a focus on green. Here is a link to their blog: […]


PEDDLING MY WARES – Selling Photography at Craft Fairs and Art Shows – Part 5 ¾

Chickadee on branch in backyard

    Selling your photography online has other options beyond the giant marketplaces like Etsy & eBay.  In fact, the options are seemingly endless.  Many formats, many styles, many targets.  It’s difficult to be able to do all of them.  With my constant research and attempts to connect with every conceivable avenue, I’ve found that […]


Peddling my wares – Selling Photography Part 5.5

Colorful items for sale in Mexican gift shop

  In this series, Selling Photography, I began with a basic question that over the weeks has morphed into an examination of my experiences, successes and challenges.  It’s my hope that by writing this, I’ll be able to come to some insightful moment where the bell rings and I’ve come to a conclusion about my […]


Peddling my wares – Selling Photography Part 5.25

Wishing well

  Over the past few weeks, I’ve been writing about Selling Photography and my experiences, successes, and the challenges in doing so. It started out with the basic question:  Should I continue selling my photography products at art and craft shows? To recap, part 1 was a discussion (a one sided discussion, yes) about what […]