Friday, 21 March 2008

Etsy Shop



The girls and I have headed north to Newcastle to visit Grandma and Poppa for the Easter break.
Today-all it did was rain.The kid's were whingy.
The good news is,I have finally set up my banner and everything for my etsy shop.I even managed to put something in it.
Bootyful Blue puddy Cat for sale.
Yay!
Left and other images at home so will update more items after Easter break.
Stay tuned
Happy Easter,I think I've hit my chocolate limit already.
Enjoy!

9 comments:

Jodie said...

Was it hard, the actual listing part?

Skye Rocket Sews said...

No,that part was really easy.Step by step type thing.The thing that took the longest time was the banner and the avatar,cos you need to have the the right size images.I had to do all that in publisher,then change it to a JPEG file to upload it.
I'm a bit technologically challenged,so it took a while,but it didn't really become frustrating.
Email me if you need any help,
Mel. x

Jodie said...

Thanks Mel, thats so sweet. I've done the banner (took forever). Fingers crossed on the rest of it!

Skye Rocket Sews said...

No worries!It's so exciting.
Mel. x

A Spoon Full Of Sugar said...

Good Luck with your new venture! I checked out your shop and it looks very professional. Lisa

Selina said...

The banner looks great, I bought one because I just had no idea how to do it. Hope your Easter didnt turn out too rainy.

cookie said...

ooohh you brave girl..
i also want to start on etsy, but am feeling a bit intimidated at the moment..
good luck!
off to look at your shop now!
love

Meridian Ariel said...

your etsy shop looks lovely, the banner is very nice.

I have tagged you with a meme on my blog! and I have to go work on some vintage swap ideas. *wanders off muttering to self*

Katy said...

I bought an etsy banner - because I am USELESS at all things techy ;)

Blue cat is looking very cute though, I'm sure he/she'll be snapped up quickly!

(in answer to your question...For my super lazy bunting I did single sided pinked triangles and zig-zag stiched them onto bias binding, which is sturdier than ribbon. But I think yours looks great, and if it is a bit wonky you won't notice it in a while - promise!)