A casual blog highlighting my life with kids, grandkids and kitties...Also an avenue to show some items from my etsy shops.
**Please note..The other half of my life is dovoted to helping feral and free roaming cats in Walnut and the surrounding areas. You can learn more and follow our activites there at Walnut Iowa's Feral Cat Program! **
Ho-Hum Is all that Tweeting Worth It? Just this morning I got a direct message from a lovely lady from the UK. She follows me on twitter and reads my blog...she saw the patterns I talked about two days ago and had yet to list on Zibbet. The direct message was to tell me she wanted to buy! Of course I got on the stick and got them listed and she bought them both today. Fun! I was kind of wondering if Twitter really works for business, but now I have proof positive that it does! My first Zibbet sales! All that tweeting is not only fun, but beneficial. A great way to increase customer base and make new friends from all over the world!
As stated in my previous post, Ive just joined the new online market place called Zibbet! I have entered a contest to "spread the word" about this new up and coming marketplace...
People, if you've ever wanted to sell online, either Vintage items, supplies or handcrafted items, now is the time. You can sign up while there are still premium memberships available at $8 per month for life! But you must hurry. These will be used up quickly!
One of my favorite things to look for and find are vintage patterns. Before listing them, however, I always like to check to be sure all pieces are there. I know the retro look is so "in" right now and these fashions are being recreated.
Yesterday was my day to go through my newest finds so that I could get them listed. Its quite a job. Have ya ever taken a wedding dress pattern out of the envelope and then tried to put it back in? It reminded me of Dick Van Dyke trying to push all those walnuts back into the closet! If you know what I'm talking about, you know about old I am! ha!
Anyway, I "got er done" and thankfully I only found one pattern (doll clothes) that was missing a piece.
My dilemma, do I put all those piece of the bride dress back in and potentially ruin the envelope? Or do I leave pieces outside the envelope, nicely fold and mail them that way...hmm.. What do you think?
Must get to listing these, so watch for more patterns in my zibbet shop soon!