Category Archives: etsy

From Plan, To Prototype, To Product

Etsy Seller Vic Tac Toe Turns Graphic Designs Into Tangible Sales Through Laser Cutting

After graduating with a degree in graphic design, Victoria Myrand naturally began work as graphic/web designer. But she was yearning for more creative challenges outside the designs she produced 9 to 5.

“I quickly discovered that I missed the creative freedom of developing my own lettering and illustrations,” she says. “I continued to draw my own artwork on the side until I decided I wanted to do something more.”

With a desire to not only create art that people would enjoy but also make an impact in some way,

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Voodoo Manufacturing launches Fulfilled by Voodoo 3D print sales service

New York-based 3D printing bureau Voodoo Manufacturing, has launched a new service, Fulfilled by Voodoo (FBV). FBV is a full-stack manufacturing and fulfillment service that Voodoo hopes will make it easier for businesses to sell 3D printed products online, freeing them to focus “on the parts of business that matter most – like product development, growth […]

Side Hustle: Working Mom Puts Laser Cut Jewelry To Work For Her

Insights From Etsy Seller Cottage On The Cliff On Being A Maker, Channeling Creativity & Growing A Small Business

Liz Ulbin is like many makers out there. In fact, if you’re a working mom and into jewelry, she may be just like you.

By day, Liz helps small businesses succeed through her work as an email developer for Waltham, Massachusetts-based Constant Contact. By nights and weekends, she works on her own small business success as a jewelry designer for her company Cottage On The Cliff.

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Your Four-Part Guide To Getting Ready For Holiday Sales – Part 4

How To Increase Promotion Of Laser Cut Products For The Biggest Sales Season Of The Year

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…if you’ve been to any retail shop or online store lately, that is. Between trees filled with ornaments to the red and green color palette used to denote upcoming holiday festivities, the biggest sales season of the year is beginning. Are you ready?

If you’ve been following the four-part holiday sales series launched back in August,

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Your Four-Part Guide To Getting Ready For Holiday Sales – Part 3

How To Promote Laser Cut Products For The Biggest Sales Season Of The Year

Now that the days are getting shorter and the temps are getting cooler (in the northern hemisphere, at least), it’s a little easier to continue getting ready for the holiday sales season.

There are lots (LOTS!!!) of details when it comes to getting a product designed, made and promoted to sell for the holiday season. To give you the greatest chance of success,

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Your Four-Part Guide To Getting Ready For Holiday Sales – Part 2

How To Make, Package And Price Laser Cut Products For The Biggest Sales Season Of The Year

Let’s face it: Getting a product designed, made and promoted to sell for the holiday season is no small task. There are lots of details. And to have the greatest chance of success, you don’t want to wait until the last minute!

That’s why last month we kicked off a four-part holiday sales series to help you work through the process step-by-step.

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Your Four-Part Guide To Getting Ready For Holiday Sales – Part 1

How To Design & Make Laser Cut Products For The Biggest Sales Season Of The Year

No matter what kind of products you make—anything from electronics enclosures to jewelry to intricately cut holiday cards—the biggest sales season of the year is just around the corner.

Sure, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Festivas are technically months away. But if you’re a maker who sells your products for profit, then you’ll want to begin prepping now to sell new products this holiday season.

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Jewelry Making For Beginners

An Introduction To Jewelry Making

Jewelry. Humans have been adorning themselves with it for thousands of years. In fact, jewelry is one of the oldest types of archaeological artifacts, with 100,000-year-old beads made from Nassarius shells thought to be the oldest known jewelry. But the first signs of established jewelry making didn’t happen until around 3,000-5,000 years ago in Ancient Egypt.

Since then, much has changed, yet much has stayed the same.

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Successful Seller Spotlight: Laser Cut Baking Products

Etsy Sellers Baking Up A Laser Cut Storm Food cooked with love has a certain magic to it, and one way that keeps the glow in the heart of the kitchen is when chefs have a collection of baking products they love to use. Laser cutting and laser etching open up an exciting world of customized, […]

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Successful Seller Spotlight: Laser Cut Baking Products

Etsy Sellers Baking Up A Laser Cut Storm Food cooked with love has a certain magic to it, and one way that keeps the glow in the heart of the kitchen is when chefs have a collection of baking products they love to use. Laser cutting and laser etching open up an exciting world of customized, […]

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