Wednesday, 18 January 2012

New Etsy Shop

After much deliberation I have decided to open a second etsy shop selling beads and jewelry supplies. I sell from time to time beads in my existing etsy shop along side my handcrafted jewelry and felted items but I thought it made my shop look untidy.

So I have opened a second shop selling only beads and supplies. I hope that you will find something different in my store.



So if you are in the neighborhood swing by and have a little peek and send some Etsy love my way.

14 comments:

nangatesdesigns said...

Good luck with your new shop! I am thinking of doing the same thing but haven't made the jump yet.

CreekHiker / HollysFolly said...

Good luck to you!!!

KrystalsJewelry said...

thats awesome!!! goodluck with your new shop!!!

New England Quilter said...

Best of luck with your new shop!

Bella the Bead said...

Keep me posted on how things go in your new shop! I'm in the same boat, just haven't taken the plunge yet! :)

Mt. Baldy Glassworks said...

I opened a new shop too ... but then I never put anything in it. I am sure you will fare much better!

Krystal said...

Best wishes with your other shop! It's always good to have a variety, that's for sure! I'm planning to open up one with my photos as well soon! Never hurts to do more! Hope it leads to many sales!

Krystal - http://bellystickers.blogspot.com/
Following from promotional frenzy

Linda B said...

Congrats and best wishes on your new shop.

Glitterbird Glamour said...

Good luck!

Lexiekinprints said...

Going to take a peak right now!

Ruth said...

Good luck, I did the same thing last July and worked out well for me. Here's hoping the sales fairy visits often :)

petite hermine said...

Congrats and good luck with your second shop! You have some pretty nice beads :)

saraelynch said...

It looks good so far! Good luck. I'll mark it as a favorite and be sure to visit it when I'm supply shopping.

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