Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Blog Discount Sale

Orange Alien Ribbon Wand - $8.50
Shipping to North America - $2.75

Here's a blog exclusive. An orange wand with wordy letters and words of red. The main word is "saucer". I'm assuming the flying kind. The ribbon is 1 1/2 inches wide and over 6 feet long sealed on both ends and in a deep glossy red.

Contact me directly at if you are interested in purchasing this wand.
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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Check it out

I did a fun interview with katelynjane at EtsyAlberta. Check it out here. Thanks!

Monday, November 26, 2007

Happy Holidays

'Tis the season again! This is our families Christmas decorating week...where it gets really ugly before it looks great. Dusty boxes and containers are littering my family room. It's all worth it though because come December 1st we will sit back and rest from our labours while the tree twinkles and the Christmas goodies crowd the corners.

In honour of the festive season...keep an eye out for a bunch of new wands to hit the store...ready for Christmas giving. There are some wonderful color combos in this pack! Hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

Monday, November 19, 2007

Etsy Alberta

Proud new member of Etsy Alberta...check it out!

Thursday, November 8, 2007

New Packaging

Here's a peek at the new packaging. This is how the wands arrive in the bubble mailer. Shiny goodness!
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Friday, November 2, 2007

Low down on Etsy #1

I've had lots of people asking me about the benefits and disadvantages of opening an Etsy shop. I love the whole Etsy concept, and support the many shopkeeps doing their darndest to make some cash off of what they love to do. I'm going to do the hairclub thing and say: I'm not only a seller but a happy buyer.

Having said that, be prepared to pay 9% of your list and postage price in fee's. That's assuming you use paypal, which at this time is the most user friendly option. So before you list and price that item, be sure to take that fee into account. You can also accept money orders and perhaps even set up your own credit card system, but I haven't opted for those yet, as I'm still a "little gal" in the big pond.