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Tips On Taking Good Product Photos

Spry Ceramics

Part of the fun of browsing through Etsy is discovering new makers and products which make the visual aspects of a listing very important. As a buyer, we often judge a book my its cover. Dark, dingy photos of what could very well be an incredible product are often overlooked while well-lit, bright and styled shots  win over the hearts of buyers and lead to a sale.

We chatted with the maker of Spry Ceramics about how to take good product photos while using simple tools and tricks. Discover how to bring your photos to the next level below!

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Simply Steph Ko

We met Stephanie Ko through social media a few months ago and were pleased to finally bump into her human self at a local craft market this summer.  After many swoon sessions over her beautiful calligraphy and designs, we knew we had to know more behind the Canadian-maker and her cheerfully-crafted work. Without further ado, meet Stephanie Ko, the creative mind behind Simply Steph Ko.

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Creating A Productive Workspace

Creating a proper work space is essential to any at-home business. Whether you’re a creative maker, freelance writer or run your own storefront,  a lot of desk work is a necessary part of the job. From answering emails to managing your online store, creating a space where you can stay focused and organized is a life saver. For this week’s maker spotlight, we chatted with the beauty and brains behind Dayna Lee Collection to bring you inspiration and advice on how to create a productive workspace of your own.

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Advice On Starting A Handmade Business

Starting A Business

It’s no surprise there’s a huge amount of talented makers in the world. From jewellery design to paper goods and beyond it’s becoming increasingly popular for artists to embark on the journey of staring their own creative business. But just like any new adventure in life, taking the first steps and committing to becoming an entrepreneur can be scary. We chatted with some talented Canadian Etsy sellers and asked them to give their best advice on starting a handmade business.

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