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Creative ideas for when you’re packaging your art and craft items for shipping

I often overlook the importance of first impressions when packaging my own art and craft items for shipping. So now I always try to remember that it’s very important to pay attention to the details. People DO notice! In fact sometimes the packaging can enhance the designer experience for your customer. Your packaging showcases yourContinue reading “Creative ideas for when you’re packaging your art and craft items for shipping”

My Creative week, a bit of fashion art and some updates about my Online Course journey

Having fun this week with a digital art composition I created. I took the photograph in Rome (obviously….Lol) and added these gorgeous ladies as their designer suits (from the 50s??) and colours just leapt out at me! I can just imagine them strutting and strolling down Via Condotti in all their finery. I may doContinue reading “My Creative week, a bit of fashion art and some updates about my Online Course journey”

My Creative week and 3 tips on marketing and selling your art and crafts online

So here you are sipping tea (if you’re like me) and working on your latest creation and time trundles by in a dreamy fashion. You haven’t got a care in the world, and you’re absorbed in your latest art or craft piece and the current colour palette. Lovely!!! Then you remember you should be thinkingContinue reading “My Creative week and 3 tips on marketing and selling your art and crafts online”

A Creative Idea on how to approach new potential customers online

As a visual artist (crafter/writer etc.) have you ever thought of giving potential clients a free digital download of a piece of your artwork (or tutorial of a craft item or one chapter/page of your book) that they can print out at home? You can download Mauve Orchids free here! It’s a great way toContinue reading “A Creative Idea on how to approach new potential customers online”

Visiting the Highlands

Just sometimes I enjoy doing art and photo challenges for fun. You’re given some photos from Pixabay and some art and textures from Shift Art (the people who run the monthly challenge). Then you create a composition of the items. This is one of my favourites which I called Visiting the Highlands. Have a niceContinue reading “Visiting the Highlands”

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