Shellie Yeomans, Senior Team Leader #7234

I started this article and this idea because I believe everyone deserves a chance to start their own business, to serve others, and in doing so to create a better life for themselves. You probably know by now that there aren’t just 1,000 ways to start a business with $1,000 or less – there’s an infinite number of ways to start a business with little or no start-up capital. Great article. Voted up and useful. Also shared it and bookmarked it. I wish I lived a bit closer to Costco. We only get there once or twice a month, so it’s not easy to wait for the best price. Buying wholesale jewelry, then re-packaging it and presenting it, is the difference between making cents or making sense! Buy 100 solid silver necklaces, put them in a beautiful pouch, or bag, wrapped in acid-free colorful tissue paper, spend a good amount of time taking great photos of it! You’ll sell 3-4x as much, for a higher cost, if you just take the time to make it look fabulous. I just started selling on Etsy three days ago and so far have had views but no sales. This article is very helpful! I wish I had realized how much of an impact being active on Twitter and using things like Tweet generators have on your shop. It’s nice that Etsy has continued to improve their site for sellers to make it easier to get our items out in the world of social networks. I have had a Twitter account for a while but really just recently started using it to promote my shop. I have only been selling for about 2-1/2 years so I still have tons to learn! Unfortunately, he doesn’t appear to go cheap with his watches (sorry, no Casio’s here). Most, including the one pictured in the photograph here, appear to be either rare finds or custom made, making them very difficult to find replicas of (trust me, I nearly broke a sweat while searching them out). I wouldn’t use molds for a long time because of a few bad experiences in the beginning, but Penny Jo’s molds were recommended to me from someone in Cindy’s Polymer Clay Tutor group and I figured I’d give it one more try. And I’m so glad I did!

This simple, familiar clasp is perfect for a wide variety of jewelry pieces. It is not ideal for those with arthritis or for tighter bracelets that people will be fastening on themselves. I use them for a number of my charm bracelets and other button bracelets. They work well for necklaces, too. Typically I order my lobster clasps in mass quantities through eBay. Art Beads offers a neat, easier to operate double push lobster clasp. I’ve linked it below. Hello. I have a pair of Tiffany Iridescent Favrile Glass Finger Bowls with Underplates, signed L.C.T. and each etched with the number 8919. I’m interested in knowing what they are worth and how best to …