Tuesday, January 12, 2010

A boxed set for Etsy

I made a whole bunch of cards last week for sketch challenges. The final piece I needed was a box, for my "boxed set" valentine projects using the new GORGEOUS paper from Stampin' Up!

I made the front of this adorable box with another sketch challenge from The Fresh Batch blog. I (((heart))) sketches, but you knew that! :)
Selling my handmade work on Etsy is new for me, and the fees are a bit high. So ~ I'm thinking I list them here for a day, and if someone who reads my blog doesn't snag them up, then, I'll list them on etsy. Each item will be stamped with the copyright stamp needed for selling artwork with SU images. It was a rough year for me and my family. I have been looking for work during the day with no luck. So, this is something that I will be doing to help my family meet the needs of having a child in catholic school. Let's see how it goes!

If you are interested in purchasing this one of a kind box set, email me with your phone number and I will call you. I only made one, so once it's gone, that's it! (isn't that cool?) The completed card set is as shown, and comes with 4 handmade cards and the box for $25. If I need to ship it to you, it will be another $5 and your artwork will come in a priority mail box.

There will be another box set soon with a birthday theme.


Jennifer Meyer said...

Hi Selena :) What what a beautiful box and set of cards! I just LOVE how you designed each of your layouts!

Thanks so much for playing along with us over at Stamps and Smiles!

Have a fun week ~ Hugs & Smiles, Jennifer :)

Tiffany Bauer said...

This box set is beautiful!!! I am sure you had no problem selling it right away!!! BEAUTIFUL!!!

De said...

I saw your comment regarding Etsy and the high cost. You might try ArtFire. They are way less expensive that Etsy ... $12.00/yr (I believe) to post an unlimited amount of items and to be considered "verified" and they even have a FREE account. The free account isn't bad, but there are a few limitations -- none too overly significant, though. Check it out. See items others are listing and you may just find that it's for you.

BTW, loved your cards.