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Monday, July 12, 2010

This Week's Listings! And other stuff...

I have listed a trio of new items in my Etsy shop. Some of you may recall the new beads I started making in the late spring, the 'Bloomz' series. I finally got some pieces made with those beads and got them listed in my shop. I hope to make up more sets with other Bloomz beads and get those in the shop soon, too. But go have a look at the pendant, earrings, and bracelet I have listed!

(Free shipping if you snag all three of the pieces!)

In other news, thanks for all the support and comments on my decision and plans the other day. It always means so much to me to know that I have supportive friends out there in cyberspace!

And, I am still learning how to really use Twitter, but I ahve been followed by Lindstrom USA, the maker of very fine jewelry tools. They loved my business name and tweeted about it, which is awesome in and of itself, but they also tweeted a link to my Electric Avenue bracelet, also in my shop at the moment. They thought it was cool! I LOVE the internet!

And a question for my fellow jewelry artists who operate a business.....I need business materials, like stickers and address labels and maybe even thank-you notes with a business logo on them. Does anyone have any favorite graphic designers they have done business with who could help me out?

Thanks, all. Have a great Monday, and as always, there will be more to come...


EB Bead and Metal Works said...

Christine, that is so awesome about the tweet from Lindstrom USA about your bracelet. You go girl!

I don't have any information about business materials, but you might want to try Vista Print (www.vistaprint.com). Mom and I used them for our business cards and I was really happy with how the cards turned out. We also took the slow boat shipping and the business cards actually arrived pretty fast.
Good luck on finding materials and again congrats about the tweet!

Carol Tannahill said...

I used Vistaprint (slow boat) for my cards and was delighted with the way they turned out, and they also came quicker than I thought they would. The only drag is that you will continuously get emails from them with additional offers. I just remind myself where the delete button is in my mailbox.


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