more shops than you can shake a stick at!

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I started shaking out my online shops by collection, where art that’s kinda thematically linked goes into its own “shop”. Here’s where I am at present; several shops need more within-shop consistency (of items), all need more sales (oh, wait, that’s me), and not all art is available on all things. Email me if you’d like a particular something! I’ll make it so if the image original or scan is suitable.

Enjoy! Shop when you can, share when you can’t!…or something. I’m always embarassed to say that kind of thing….

the way a Saturday should be

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Rather productive day. Made blueberry bread and mini banana breads for tomorrow’s Early Birders. Bathed. Fiddled some sketch images, put ’em on RedBubble and Goblin Dreams at Zazzle. Cleaned the car with Mo. Did scads of dishes. Fussed at kids for watching too much anything. Vacuumed a tiny bit inside. Might have a potential art collaboration—a new thing for me!

Idle thoughts: many online “shops” means more exposure, more hope, more work to deal with. So making limited sets of stuff in the new ones. RedBubble has loveliest interface, simple, not too clunky, fewest products (so easier to make images for). Cafepress lets you tweak for-sale products (price and image changes) but you can’t position an image on the thing there—have to do it in the image before uploadign. Zazzle lets you position things when you’re putting the image on a product, but you can’t edit it once posted. Cafepress lets you make your store look like how you want it. So everyone’s different, each has pluses/minuses. Not sure which works best for me yet, if indeed the answer is only one (might not be).

Daydreaming of next Sketchfest already.

Now: I’m going dancing. !!!

The rest of them if I recall correctly… might be forgetting something, somewhere…
Goblin Dreams C   Z |  Storm Women Dancing C   Z |  Whimsical Dreams C   Z | deviantPrints | RedBubble