This week we’ve got some really nice new things to share with you, including a new vendor or two, as well as info on a couple of our most popular workshops coming up soon. Take a few minutes in between basking in the sweet sunshine and taking your first brisk walks of the year to take a look, and come visit us soon!
New stock and flavors from home ec. Locally made seasonal preserves!
Just A Jar has sent us new cards and prints, Dr. Squatch Soap Co. restock in all their manly scents, and lots more Tinker Coffee!
Brand new vendor Type Shy brought us these cut paper prints and cards. They are SO adorable.
OMG. This jewelry is nuts. Come check out the whole collection from new vendor J. Topolski.
Loooots more from Aromi. IT. SMELLS. WONDERFUL.
Workshop: How to Run an Etsy Shop: Saturday, February 27th: 1-4pm: re you a new maker, wondering how to get started in the world of online sales? Or, do you already have an Etsy store that you’re ready to take to the next level? Tamara Hoffbauer of Decorative Design Works will be hosting this Etsy Success workshop on Saturday, February 27th for both beginner and intermediate Etsy sellers, as well as those who do not yet have an Etsy shop. Her goal is to provide Etsy sellers with tools and tips to set them on the path to business success. Topics covered include best practices, pricing, presentation, crafting the ideal listing, SEO explained, research tools, time-saving techniques, and more. A complete workbook is provided with the class along with worksheets and templates. No special materials are required – just bring pen and paper and the desire to take your Etsy business to the next level!
First Friday Celebration: Friday, March 4th, 6-9pm: For the months of March and April, the work of Grace Beck will be displayed in our gallery space. Grace is a graduate of Herron School of Art and Design, where she is currently employed as the sculpture technician. Her drawings will be on display and for sale in our store.
Workshop: iPhoneography: Sunday, March 6th, 2-4pm: If 2016 is your year to learn a new skill, we’ve got the perfect opportunity. Learn how to utilize your iPhone’s camera features to their maximum potential in this iPhoneography workshop with Rana Salame, our product photographer extraordinaire. Students will learn basic photography techniques like composition and lighting as well as how to use effects to enhance images. Participants will edit photos in the VSCO Cam app to make images more creative and visually appealing. Once skills have been covered, the group will hit the streets of Mass Ave to test out newly acquired techniques. A roundtable discussion will follow to study images and next steps to continue snapping like a pro.
See ya next week, friends!