Hello peoples! I know, I know, you never hear from me until I’ve sold something. I wish I had more interesting things to share with you all, but unfortunately no, I don’t!
How is everyone doing? It’s so nice to see everyone embracing the availability of the new iPad cases – I’m very excited to see how they will sell. And hopefully, I will have some time in the very near future to update my photos and designs to make them available as iPads. Anyone already sold an iPad case? Would love to hear from you!
Anyway, down to the real business, I have several thank yous to make. I’ve sold a fair bit in the last few days and I am so thrilled that people are still enjoying my work (and supporting me with their wallets!) Most of my sales have been from anonymous people, but I have to say a special thank you to my friend and fellow artist Daniel Bevis who bought a greeting card of Rainbow Lorikeet II and Celia Gusman who (I think) bought my Moroccan Blue calendar! I so appreciate your support guys and it is fantastic to know who has been supporting me – and to be able to say thank you properly!
Everyone needs to go check out Dan’s work – he’s got excellent products for all of the holidays. Go give him some love and leave him some feedback!
Now, I must say thank you very much to everyone who has supported my work recently with purchases of:
- Greeting cards
- A sticker of Miss Redhead
- A photographic print of The Blue City III
- A calendar of Moroccan Blue
I have decided to keep this post as a rolling inventory of my sales and a continued thank you to those who are supporting my work, not only through purchasing my work but through encouraging comments, features and faves.
I haven’t sold a huge amount of work but I’ve sold a few pieces in various products and sizes, mostly to anonymous buyers, and so I want to say thank you to whoever they may be. If you are reading this, you know who you are!
It is really encouraging for me when my work sells, even if it is as small as a greeting card. When people enjoy my work enough to actually want to spend money on it, that is very encouraging and gratifying. And it reminds me why I love this site, the quality of work, the talent and the kindness of the people who participate here makes it my favourite site to visit. It encourages me to learn and evolve in my work and sparks creativity in me that I wouldn’t otherwise have.
So thank you to those who have bought my work and thank you to everyone who supports me with encouraging comments, faves, features etc. It really does mean a lot!
And now for the shameless self promotion – My work that has sold:
I’ve decided to keep renewing these journals and updating each time I make a sale, firstly to keep an inventory of what has been sold and also as a way of maximising my potential for being found online. The more written text you have online, the easier it is for search engines to find you. So please, do bear with the boredom and repetition – there is method in the madness!