Dealing with Emergencies for Craft Sellers Welcome to Episode 27 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. Sadly, we can not stop emergencies from occaisionally interrupting our lives. But we may be able to take some simple steps to help prevent
Regular readers of the Tin Teddy Blog will know that I really like pens. Whilst I have many, many pens, of different types, brands and colours, amongst my favourites are my Tombow ABT Dual Brush markers. I use these
Selling Your Artwork and Designs Using On Demand Services Welcome to Episode 26 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. In this episode I am discussing the very popular use of on demand printing services. Many artists, designers and other craft
Title – The Polymer Clay Cookbook Author – Jessica and Susan Partain Publisher – Watson-Gupthill Publications ISBN – 978-0-8230-2484-1 Polymer clay charms are very popular fashion accessories, and with the help of this book, surprisingly easy to make. The Polymer
Promotions, Sales and Multibuys for Craft Sellers Welcome to Episode 25 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. In this episodes I am discussing the various types of sales, multibuys and other promotions that a craft seller might want to use
My new standalone shop is now open for business. Soon it will feature the full range of Tin Teddy digital supplies from my Tin Teddy shop on Etsy, plus all the die cuts and toppers from Tin Teddy Die Cuts
Free Websites that could Help Your Craft Business Welcome to Episode 24 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. In this episode I will be discussing some really useful websites, full of content that is of use to craft sellers –
I rather like making friendship bracelets, and have since I was quite young. Back then I would pin some cords to the leg of my jeans to make the knotting easier. Yes, this did sometimes make holes in my jeans.
Essential WordPress Plugins for your Craft Seller Blog or Shop Welcome to Episode 23 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. In this episode I will be discussing which plugins are important for your craft seller blog or standalone craft shop.
I have been doing the Watercolor for Card Markers course from Online Card Classes. I particularly enjoyed the videos on using watercolor markers to colour in stamped images, a technique called no-line watercolour stamping. Whilst I have painted stamped images,