Thank you to recent purchasers!

When I received one of those nice e-mails from Mr. Baxter late last night, I realized I’ve been remiss in thanking those who have recently purchased items from my portfolio. All were anonymous, so I can only say thank you in a general way. I appreciate every one of you!

1 canvas print (extra large) of Antique timekeeper

4 posters (small) of Classic 1965 Mack fire truck

1 poster (small) of Tall ship at anchor

1 poster (small) of Sailing on silver

1 photographic print (medium) of Heart of purple

1 photographic print (medium) of Ethereal blue

Plus 27 assorted greeting cards and postcards

Every sale, even one postcard, is special – thank you!

Sold two throw pillows!

Thank you to the anonymous buyer who purchased these two throw pillows today (18-inch, cover only). The first is titled “Red powder puff” and the second “Morning glorious.”

1st Quarter 2014 Sales

Here’s a quick summary of my sales from the first quarter of the year. All sales were to anonymous buyers (and I am grateful to every one of them!).

  1. A calendar
  1. Posters
  1. Stickers
  1. Cards: 95 total, mostly in quantities of one, two or three, except for a person who purchased 16 of this design (thank you!):

Recent Sales

Sales are up for me compared to last year, and I hope everyone else is also experiencing better results of late! Emails from Mr. Baxter are always welcome. :) Thank you so very much to the buyers, all of whom have been anonymous.

Two print sales recently, one matted (Avalon Casino entrance – mermaid mural) and one not (Drops and dots):

In terms of numbers, greeting cards continue to be my best-selling items. Recent sales have been for a total of 96 greeting cards and several postcards, some of which were for my holiday and Christmas designs. I won’t even try to post all the images here.

And finally, one calendar (A Year at the Beach):

Assorted sales for December

Time to catch up with a virtual thank you to each of the mystery buyers of my work in December!

Most recent is yet another of my “Electric jellyfish-iPhone,” by far the best seller of my iPhone cases to date.

December has also been a good month for an assortment of greeting cards (too many different designs to show them all here), and for multiple copies of my “Calla Lily Calendar” to various buyers.

Many thanks to all and my best wishes for a happy festive season!

Sales both "real" and "virtual"!

Of course all sales are real if you earn some money from them, but the contrast in my title is about physical sales (tonight’s holiday shopping boutique at my local botanical garden) compared to online sales here at RedBubble. Somehow it all overlapped, as I had the most delightful experience of meeting a fellow RedBubbler (Megan Martin) and her mom tonight, quite a treat!…

Sales were good tonight, most especially for my calendar (ordered from/printed by RedBubble), which garnered many comments about the quality of the print reproduction and the luxurious, heavy paper. My greeting cards, also ordered from RedBubble, were a great attraction too and went home with a number of visitors.

Virtual sales of the online kind seem to vary a lot over time, but I am happy at this point with holiday sa

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