Top Tips for ETSY SEO Part 1 – Titles and Tags

When people search for your product, you want to make sure they find your item in as few steps as possible.  Ideally you want to be in the first page of listed items that are shown when a search term is entered. So how do you do that? Good old SEO. Where you apply SEO…

What is Etsy SEO? (And Why You Need to Know)

Understanding the complexities of Etsy SEO is so important when it comes to creating a successful Etsy shop.  But what if you don’t even know what SEO stands for let alone how on earth to make it work?  Fear not, this quick post is the first of three on Etsy SEO and in it I…

Setting up an Etsy Shop in 6 easy steps

If you’ve read the previous post, you should now have an etsy shop name, some kind of branding and logo and have done some research by reading the Etsy Sellers Handbook.  You should also be aware of etsy fees and have included those into your pricing structure (I talk more about pricing in an upcoming…

Inspiration with Blue and Green Felt Flowers

The glory of making flowers with felt is that you can have flowers in any colour you want.  As part of the wedding bouquet order I have, the bride wanted blue and green.  The blue she selected was not just any blue either, my favourite colour, teal blue! I had teal blue flowers in my…

Making a Felt Icelandic Poppy

Even though nature is all around us, it is so easy to miss it.  It’s not until I started making felt flowers that I really started to pay attention to flowers and plants whenever I went outside.  Now all I do is look at the flora and fauna around me, particularly when I go on…

Making A Felt Protea

I saw a tutorial for a protea while I was designing my wedding bouquet, but for various reasons it didn’t speak to me, it looked a bit cumbersome and not particularly attractive. That all changed when I saw the real plant! It is stunning! It’s known as a sugarbush flower as well as a protea…

Writing Tutorials is Fun…

Honestly it is.  They just take such a long time! To write a tutorial I have to make the item from scratch and photograph every step.  Then each step needs writing up in PowerPoint, that’s how I do it anyway, I think some people use Word and others are far more professional and use proper…