New Etsy Shop Items

These babies are going to be finding new homes soon. I am finally getting around to showing off some of the necklaces that I am adding to my shop. The only trouble is…I am not yet satisfied with my photographs. You see, I am trying to learn to do it on my own. Using myself as the model and with a tripod and a self timer. And well I am still figuring it all out. Part of my issue, is that I have really high expectations of the brand, starting out.

I already have a dream photosoot in mind, I’d love to find a vintage shop filled with velvet settees, tarnished silver tea sets, and silk scarves strewn all about. And the models lounging, feathers in their hair, drinking tea and wearing kimonos, vintage lingerie, or tattered shorts and flowy tops. The sun filtering in through the windows washing out the images.

I have huge dreams for my shop and it gets rather discouraging sometimes when I can’t seem to find a way to make things happen the way I want them to right away.
I try to coax myself into believing that down the road, my dreams will come true. Because it’s all so very simple, all I have to do is keep updating the shop no matter what and success will come and with it beautiful photo-shoots.

I am definitely open to suggestions here.

If you have any advice, feel the same way, or just like what you see. I’d love to hear what you have to say.

6 Responses to New Etsy Shop Items

  1. Product shots are hard – hence why I cheated and digitally layered my pendants over the original artwork. But keep trying and you'll get there! Just a thought, though … it seems that most of the front page treasuries feature jewelry on crisp white backgrounds – have you tried that?

    • That's a really great suggestion. I have tried something similar, but with varying results. I actually found a tutorial today on building a little light box so I think I will try that out and see how that goes. I think if I could get that right then everything would be golden!

  2. I think your stuff is great! I will definitely be making visits to your etsy store when it comes to shopping for gifts

  3. Love your work! Really beautiful and delicate.

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