Launching today (1st Septemeber 2017) is the new crafting community website, CraftLlama.com. I was looking for a safe, friendly, fun crafting community to join and my son suggested: “why not make your own?” Seven months, many sleepless nights and grey
I have been busy listing a very limited quantity of stunning horse prints by Edward Herbert Miner in the AntiqueDogPrints shop on Etsy. These prints are particularly attractive and in excellent condition – despite being printed in 1923.
I have been very busy lately creating a new website. It is craft related and I will be launching it very soon. The website will be called www.CraftLlama.com – before you rush off to have a look, it currently has
I have just launched a new website for my books and writing. It is called DeborahRichardsonAuthor.com. Here I will have information about my books, both published and in progress and other writing related news.
During April this year I took part in Camp NaNoWriMo. This is a month-long challenge to encourage budding authors to get started on their literary masterpieces. My target for the month was 50,000 words, which is considered by many to
Out Now! You have read that having a blog will help you sell the handmade items in your online store. You created a blog, or are about to, but have hit a stumbling block. What on earth should you actually
This week Etsy rolled out a significant new look for seller’s shops. Now my Tin Teddy shop on Etsy looks like this… Previously it looked like this. The biggest differences are that the product pictures are bigger (a good
After two years of trading as Tin Teddy Vintage, I have now rebranded my Etsy vintage prints shop with the new name of Antique Dog Prints. I already owned the dot com for this name, and as I sell over
After a lot of preparation and research I am finally able to offer the Tin Teddy Etsy Shop Critique and Review for Etsy shop owners. I will look over your shop in detail, looking at all areas including your product
Happy New Year! As 2013 rolls to a close I am looking back on the year and feeling very proud at how much Tin Teddy has grown this past year. Although ill health slowed me down a little in the