So, for a few weeks, in my dear free time, I've been working on a project.
Take a look...
It's always been a little dream of mine to sell some of my crafts. I've never felt the guts to attempt; even now, I wonder if anyone else will like the things I make, and if they're good enough quality to sell. I know I put time and effort into them, but I'm not an expert in any form. I don't have any sort of art course under my belt and my sewing is merely a hobby--one that has drastically improved lately, but still a hobby.
So I made a few things and gave them a test run simply by wearing them to work at famvid and the university, and after a couple of complements, I decided to take a chance and open a little shop on etsy here.
Ultimately, the deciding factor was an arrangement I made with a friend of my sister's who has been selling necklaces to raise money for rapha house. I'm selling the lovely necklaces in the "stone's throw" category on Etsy. They're only $8 and the entire proceeds go to Kaitlin's fundraiser, which has already made over ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS for Rapha House!
Have a wonderful day!
p.s. any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated. I'm quite an amateur and would love suggestions for improvements in my little projects.