Only 8 days left until Christmas Eve! Funny how when you're a kid you count down to the 25th, because that's the day when you get to unwrap your gifts; when you're an adult, you count down to the 24th because that's your last chance to buy last minute gifts, stocking stuffers, food, wrap, tape, etc.
Anyway, I'm nowhere near finished my shopping, but as of Friday noon, I'm free for two weeks! I plan on taking one full day to finish it all up. I'll have to prepare myself like Ernest Shackleton for a six-month expedition to find the south pole, but I have incredible stamina. The only thing that scares me is not finding a parking spot.
I don't have much to say about the bead world today. My plans for the business over the holiday:
1. Make more jewelery.
2. Photograph all of it.
3. Make more jewelery.
4. Make an instruction video or photo tutorial.
5. Download and read Rena Klingenberg's e-book on selling on social networks.
6. Make more jewelery.
7. Have a sale!
8. Make more jewelery.
Watch this blog for a coupon code which will allow you to take 15 % off anything in my shop until Boxing Day. Happy holidays!
This blog is meant to be a record of my adventures as a new home-based business owner. Starting my jewellery business was one of the most daunting things I've ever done, next to giving birth. Especially since I was (am?) pretty technically stunted. In this blog I will describe the trials, tribulations and, hopefully, eventual successes I experience while navigating the world of (really, really, really small) business. I also plan to use this blog to talk about all the aspects of jewellery design that fascinate me, keep me addicted, and cause me to spend thousands of dollars (What, honey? No, I didn't say thousands...) on gemstones, beads, findings, etc. I welcome your input, ideas, and stories of similar experiences in beading, jewellery design, or running a handcrafts business.