It has been a very slow start on etsy. I am trying to keep my prices reasonable but at the same time I want it to be worth my while or what's the point right? I am being careful to charge actual shipping costs or real close to it because frankly I don't like it when the seller is making money off of the shipping. I think I am using good photos and descriptions. One thing I know I can work on is adding more product!
I have also done a few things on ebay in the past and a few just recently and have to say I have had better luck over there. I was quite shocked at the amount of their fees though. Not the listing fee which was free but the final sale fees! Yikes!
I have checked out some of your shops and I can tell from your sales that your items are selling. If you don't mind sharing, give us some pointers. PLEASE :)
Here's a few thrifty things I have picked up recently. They are available in my vintage etsy shop if anyone is interested. First is this fun and funky ice bucket. In my favorite color! Picked this up at that church yard sale. I love that sale!
I also picked up these forks. Don't you just love those colors?
Last I'll share this vintage Pyrex measuring cup.
Now how about you guys? I just have to say WOW! Y'all have found some pretty awesome stuff! Check out these features from last week!
Something to be Found scored these beauties for FREE!
Are they fantastic or what?
Cheerful Thrifty Door picked up a whole set of these lovelies.
Including the butter dish, gravy boat, platters and more!
I simply adore these bowls from Second Time Around!
Show us what you got!
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