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Sunday, October 13, 2013

Props for Other Shops

I think it's time to give some Props for Other Shops I use online to share my mosaics and photography.

Today, I want to share Zibbet. This site has a homey feeling and the people are super nice. I've enjoyed opening a shop on this site and getting to know fellow Zibbeters. Head on over there and scroll down to the bottom of the first page to see the latest listings and the Featured Zibbeter.

If you are looking for a new venue to show your artwork, this is the place for you! You can set up a shop for free if you keep your inventory to 50 items. Premium pricing is also available and is what I hope to some day have. I haven't gotten a sale on Zibbet yet but in all fairness, I don't promote it as much as I do Etsy. I do love it over there and enjoy finding new people to chat with. The best way I found to do that was to join the Community Hub. In the forums especially, there are great ways to join in and learn how Zibbet works and meet new people/shops too.

There's so much talent in the world! And a lot of it is on Zibbet.

I share my mosaics in a shop there, EarthMotherMosaics and I have a Vintage shop, called GentlyLovedTreasures which only has a few items in it so far but is up and running. Check it out! I'm slowly weeding through photos to get more items listed but it is taking me a lot of time to get just the right photos. Because I'm always looking for the best photos possible, it takes a while to find them! I love the way it's heading, however. It's a cozy little shop, like the one you find by accident when you're walking around a town you've only visited a few times. This shop is a joint effort by my Dad and myself. You can read all about it when you head on over to take a look.

Wooden Hanging Planter - Pennsylvania Souvenir

Three Piece Salt and Pepper Shaker Set

Vintage Salt and Pepper Shakers: Jamestown, VA Souvenir Shakers, Nautical

Stay peaceful,
Cindy, Earth Mother Mosaics

9 comments:

  1. Love your mosaics - good luck with the Etsy adventure.

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  2. Hi Cindy, you make lovely mosaics. I have one little mosaic candle votive in green glass tiles and it looks so pretty in the dark. I also love the wooden plant holder you show. Actually I love all sorts of wooden objects, and, especially if they were lathe turned. I love the grain of the wood. Maybe one day I'll give that a try. :) Visiting from UBC. Nice to meet you Cindy. :)

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    1. Hi Veronica! The reflections are the best part about mosaics if they are glass-on-glass. It's my favorite thing to see when I have many different mosaics sitting on my windowsill. It's nice to meet you too! :)

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  3. I'd heard of Zibbet but never actually checked it out. It's nice to find out a few more particulars! Not sure I have the time to do one more sales venue--I sell on Etsy, Artfire, my own website, a little eBay, and I have a retail shop--but I could certainly check it out to do some holiday BUYING!

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    1. It definitely is hard to juggle so many different sites, I can relate to that. I'm working on a few more sites to add to my list. I should probably get my head examined for that one. LOL.

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  4. I've never heard of Zibbet.I will definitely give it a shot!!
    Your mosaics are lovely btw.

    xoxo,
    KG
    www.kgstyleblogs.com

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    1. Thank you for the compliment! Go for it, it's a great community.

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  5. Beautiful mosaics in your shop Cindy! Your work is wonderful. And you're correct when you say "There's so much talent on Zibbet" because there truly is.

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