i am still working on the pricing side and also on a couple of other tweaks.
i have to ask (tongue in cheek) that maybe it is the bright sunshine? most of the photos were taken out in the sunshine on really bright and hot day.
My camera is not the best, but that is the best i can afford at this time .
I really appreciate all the feed back and maybe i can be cheeky enough to ask another question, on pricing this time.
i have been doing a bit of homework and one of the avenues of "research" has been Etsy. I looked at what price range bears were going at there and tried to find bears that were on a similar level as mine are. When i converted the prices asked to ZAR, i hyperventilated, thought about booking a holiday overseas and telling the boss that i would see him around, sometime.
Surely a bear made of mini velvet, about 10cm or so, should not be more than 120.00 ZAR? and yet the one bear worked out to be more than 300.00 ZAR! ( it was priced at about 50.00 australian dollars)
i find that by just relaxing and going "oh well" seems to work for me. i must admit that i hate cotterpins with a passion and thread joint when ever possible or use the good old nuts and bolts.
Sometimes the things that look like rubbish can actually be the start of a new adventure. i pack my oops' away until i am having a day when i really need a challenge and then have another go at them then.
Smile & wave when life gives you challenges!