I love this interactive guide – it has everything you need to set yourself up as an Etsy seller.
Category Archives: Those who make to sell
In August, I’m doing this.
“Are you a busy creative, struggling to find the time or the know-how to promote your business effectively? Come along to the second edition of Crafty Fox Talks and seek inspiration from our influential panel of speakers. Perri Lewis will tell us about how to best to approach journalists and bloggers with your work. Miss Cakehead will focus on the use of creative imagery and PR campaigns and Zeena Shah will speak about her own personal experiences of promoting her handmade brand.”
Date and time: Thursday 15 August 2013
Venue: Collective Hub, 37 Camden High Street (via Symes Mews), London, NW1 7JE
Tickets: £18 (early bird) / £22 (plus booking fee). Includes talk with Q&A, drinks and goodie bag.
Do come and join us.
Supermarket Sarah, the WONDERFUL lady whose “walls” of stuff pop up all over London and beyond has just collaborated with charity Traid (textile recycling for aid and international development) to put together their Dalston shop window. Doesn’t it look ace?
Traid is a cracking charity that sell really good quality second hand clothes, and make the non-decent ones into new clothes – they’re the ultimate upcyclers.
Thanks to Sarah for these pics. I interviewed her in her Hackney home for Psychologies once. What a lovely day that was.
The good news? I’m very excited to be a judge in this year’s Make Awards, along with Holly Becker of decor8 and the two founders and a couple of other most excellent guys. I’m in very good company and very honoured to be there.
You guys can vote too.
The bad news? I’ve spent so much time on NOTH that I now want to buy EVERYTHING.