Thanks, Bret!

Bret finished drawing and perfecting the image for Rooks Paper Scissors. I love his sketch style, so it made sense to ask him to create my logo. Once it’s made into a rubber stamp, I can finish the sets of cards I’ve been making to sell on Etsy.

Other things topping my Etsy-launch to-do list include:

  • build inventory (I’ve got more than a dozen sets of cards ready to sell)
  • photograph inventory (I get to display up to five photos per item)
  • write descriptions of each item
  • finalize my store policies and welcome page
  • create a store banner image
  • set up PayPal account
  • upload inventory
  • announce my grand opening!

Andrea, Thursday 03 July 2008 at 06:03 am One comment
Susan Sullivan, - 08-07-’08 19:42

It all looks beautiful!! (For some reason your craft blog wouldn’t let me place a comment after the pictures you just posted.) I can hardly wait until you get your store up and running so I can place orders! By the way, have any fun ideas I can “borrow” for goodie bags for a little kid’s birthday party? This year Brian’s party is going to be a circus theme so I was thinking about trying to find cardboard popcorn boxes to put the party favors in, but I’m afraid I won’t be able to find them in small enough quantities for our needs.

I hope you all are doing well and we’ll talk to you later.

God Bless

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