Monday, December 28, 2009

Trend Alert: Feathered Hair Accessories

Trend Alert: Feathered Hair Accessories

Keep up to date with the latest styles, trends and ideas with services like Hipster! These allow you to know what to expect from the market and be able to meet the needs of your customers. Check out some of the recent services I have used, share and blog about all of it!

Bath and Body

Bath and Body

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Sunday, December 27, 2009



Click the link! Go to the AJD spotlight contest! Vote for the Holiday themed winner this month! Share with your friends and family! Voting is at the bottom of the page!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

The Pricing Dilemma for Your Handmade Items...

Selling handmade items: the pricing dilemma

Selling handmade items: the pricing dilemma by Bobby Buys

For a craftsman, pricing is often the most difficult part of the process of preparing items for sale. The best way to find your way around is research. Check the price tags of similar products in local stores, craft markets and - most importantly - on the online marketplace where you intend to display your wares. If it is obvious that the items you make have a quality that makes them superior, do not shy away from pricing them in higher brackets.

When you sell via an online marketplace, your overheads are minimal. Since you will be working from home, you need not worry about the cost of renting office space and similar expenses. However, there are overheads that are often overlooked. Even a small cross stitch project, for example, may entail overhead expenses like a fraction of your electricity bill if you work at night. Nor should you forget to include a portion of your Internet bill for the time it takes you to upload the item online and to email your customers. Then, you must take into account the site's selling commission (usually about five percent of the selling price).

Overheads are only one of the elements that you need to bear in mind when pricing your items for selling online. Setting the price at the right level is vitally important. Set it too low - and you will be out of your pocket. Set it too high - and, as a result, you will find no takers.

Other than the overheads, which are marginal when selling through an online marketplace, there are several basic elements that you need to consider when working out the price for your sewing, knitting or needlework.

Materials: Note down exactly what you had to spend in order to start making your item. For example, if you are making a quilt to sell, you will add up the cost of the fabric, batting, and so on; if you are making purses then consider the cost of handles, bag frames, ornaments, etc.

Equipment: If you use a sewing machine or any other tool, be aware of maintenance and replacement costs and weave them into the price of your end product - over one year, or over five years, for example. If you rent any specialised equipment, you need to calculate the fee into the price of your products.

Labour: Include the cost of your time into the final product. The cost of your labour is the hourly wage you pay yourself, or your employees, if you hire them.

Market considerations: Take into consideration what the market is willing to pay for the items you make. Although they may be ready to splash out on really unique items, buyers at online marketplaces are usually looking for bargains. It is a good idea to at least offer several low priced items, and to always emphasise in the description why the more expensive ones deserve the price tag they bear. If your customer base values the style and uniqueness of your products, they will not be deterred by higher prices. In any case, keep an eye on what the competition is doing, especially price-wise.

Your goals: This is an important feature of working out your pricing. Have an idea about what you want to achieve from the sale of your work from the very start: just a few rands to help you fund your hobby, or a supplementary stream of income?

And, every now and then, it might be a good idea to place your artifacts on auction and let the play of market forces determine their final price. is South Africa's largest online marketplace. Buyers and sellers come to bidorbuy to buy and sell virtually anything in auction format or at fixed prices. Contact details: bidorbuy Marketing Department; email, web site

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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Grow your followers by blogging |

Grow your followers by blogging |

Are you using twitter to promote your handmade? Are you making new friends, finding followers, sharing your links? If so, then you know Twitter can be a powerful tool to promote and advertise your items! But, it can also be a lot of work. You have to scour and search for the right kind of followers, make posts that use the keywords your potential customers can find, and you have to search for the right type of people to follow. I personally have done a broad search on a keyword like "women" or "fashion" attempting to find tweeters who have an interest in women's fashion. What did I get? PORN! So, it is a little more tricky than you might think... It took me two days to delete all the followers and DM's I had from "adult themed tweeters"! However Twitter Friends does a lot of the work for you... and you can sign up for the free service to check it out. If you really want to grow your Twitter Base, you can, for only pennies a day.... What could be easier? Check it out and see what they can offer you and your business, then come back here and share it with us!
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I found this fascinating quote today:

You can win one of my new butter bath bars  ... Choose from Honey almond, Sweet Pea or Lavender Butter bath bars! Here is all you have to do:Mommy Tyme, Mommy's Reviews you can Use, Dec 2009

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Great Finds by Made for Me by Oaklie

Another Great Finds Holiday Contest is up and running! Once again, I took the plunge and entered! I have posted a red suede scarf/neckwarmer with tie closure and frill! I would be honored if you could take a moment and give me a vote. Get to the Great Finds contest by clicking below on the link, then simply look to the left- all of the entrants are listed!

Take a moment and check out all the fantastic items listed for the Holiday! Next week begins a New Years Bling contest! See the details on the page on how to enter your own item...

Great Finds by Made for Me by Oaklie

Orange Blossom and Mango Shampoo with essential oils by MommyTyme


New listing of luscious rich lather Orange Blossom and Mango shampoo! Super deal!

Monday, December 21, 2009

A little humor to lighten your day- Excuses for getting out of work....

Top 10 Excuses For Getting Out of Work

Top 10 Excuses For Getting Out of Work by Ben Welch

We've all been there: it's a beautiful day and you can't bear the thought of going into work. So you call in with the lame-old excuse about feeling ill even though you know your boss doesn't buy it. Besides, "feeling ill" is at best only a short-term solution that won't win you any fans at the office. That's why if you're going to play hooky, you need an excuse that will help you save face as well as your sanity. Here are some ideas.

1. (For women) "I have really bad cramps." Now before you dismiss this one, think about it: Who can argue? It's such an embarrassing topic that nobody will ever challenge you. It's one of those things that men honestly have no clue about and women can sympathize with.

2. (For men) "I have horrible diarrhea." Again, before you dismiss this one, remember that it's such an embarrassing topic - especially for a man - nobody will doubt your sincerity. Plus, it's simple. You don't need an elaborate back story because no one wants to hear the details. If anything, your boss and co-workers will admire you for your honesty.

3. "I'm having an allergic reaction to _______, and I need a day to recover." This excuse requires a few details about when and where it happened as well as the details of your food allergy, but Google should give you everything you need. The upside of this excuse is that you can use it more than once. The downside is that it requires a good memory and some vigilance: for instance, you can't claim a peanut allergy and then gorge yourself on Thai food at the next company junket.

4. "My grandmother's/grandfather's memorial service is today." This excuse works for two reasons: first, because elderly people die everyday no one is going to think your excuse is unlikely; second, no one is going to question (or resent) a death in your family for fear of offending you. If you play your cards right, this excuse is good for four free days - one for each grandparent - with each new job.

5. "My wife/husband is extremely ill and I need to stay home and take care of them." The excuse is a gem not only because you get a day off, but also because it makes you seem sensitive. The only drawback is that it requires an accomplice - namely, your spouse. As such, you may want to save this excuse for a special occasion when the two of you can organize a special three-day weekend.

6. "One of my children locked themselves in the basement. I couldn't get them out myself so we had to call the fire department." This is only one of a multitude of excuses you can use with mischievous children. Just recycle the same formula - child gets in trouble, child needs help, parent to the rescue. This works with children of all ages, from children traumatized by irresponsible day-care workers to playground fights to errant teenagers. (Hey, this is one of the perks of having kids - they torment us 364 days of the year and we get 1 day off. Fair trade.)

7. "I took some work home last night and will be going through it today from home." Whoever invented telecommuting should be sainted. Just remember that in order to sell the "working from home" excuse you need to email or call the office a couple times throughout the day to maintain the ruse that you're working. The best time to do this is at lunch - that way you get credit for the call but you don't have to answer too many questions.

8. "My next door neighbor's house caught on fire last night and damaged a small part of our roof. So I'll have to spend the day with the insurance company and the assessors." Again, this is a formula: something happened to a neighbor (fire, flood, nuclear fallout), and you are involved through no fault of your own. The important thing is to keep it small. Make it more of an annoyance than a disaster. The idea is to convince your boss and co-workers that you are the unlucky one. "Trust me," you say, "I would much rather be at work."

9. "I got pulled over for speeding on my way to work the other day and I have to go to traffic school." The idea here is that you had minor trouble with the law (emphasis on minor) and you have to pay your dues. A variation on this would be letting your license expire - or at least claiming it did - which means you had to go to the DMV and take a written test as well as a driving test, which could easily take a full day. After all, the DMV has its reputation for a reason.

And finally...

10. "My accountant made some clerical errors on my taxes and I'm being audited." In the wake of the Enron scandal and the demise of Arthur Andersen, this excuse is a sure-thing. The important thing is to make the accountant look like the bad guy - you just need to be there to make sure he doesn't do anything shady. Once again, the key to this excuse is to make everyone feel sorry for you, not envy you.

Benjamin Welch has been a college instructor in writing and composition for nearly six years. When he's not teaching or playing golf, he offers advice for students seeking information about online education and adult education.

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Sunday, December 20, 2009



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I found this fascinating quote today:

I am literally awestruck when I see their work- It is really a treat for a crafter like myself to come across someone's work and instead of saying to myself, "I think I can make that", I say, "Wow! I gotta have that!". I say this because there is no way I can begin to touch on the artistic expression they have compiled in their shop on etsy and at their blog! Truly, take a moment, grab a cup of coffee, and just browse. Really look at the pieces they have for sale.Mommy Tyme, Mommy's Reviews you can Use, Dec 2009

You should read the whole article.

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I found this fascinating quote today:

Also, stay tuned this weekend! I will be announcing the last few chances to enter the great Butter bar giveaway and then it is back to our last few days of Pursuit of the Perfect Handmade Holiday! We have a few more links to explore- One is One A Day by Art 1st and Small Footprints! I cant wait to share the fantastic jewelry, and so interesting artwork! If you are looking to express yourself, these are the artisans to help you find the inner soul you want to explore... Really, I saved them for just before Xmas because I knew everyone would be scrambling for those last minute items- But, these are really items you want to spoil yourself with. I actually get lost when looking at their blog- just amazed! I really can't find the right adjective but I am so anxious to hear what you all think! So make sure you check back on Sunday! Then we have a few more great shops to explore next week! So keep checking us out here!Mommy Tyme, Mommy's Reviews you can Use, Dec 2009

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Artisan Spotlight Contest

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Congratulations to Jeannie on the Artisans Jewelry Designers Ltd. Ning Network.  Each month a fun contest is posted in the group, Artisan Spotlight, where contestants enter their artwork to be voted on by members of AJD and visitors to the Mommy Tyme Web site!  November's theme was, Let Them Eat Cake!  Wow, there were some fantastic entries!  Jeannie, however, pulled to the front with 80% of the votes with her gorgeous Victorian style Necklace above!  Congratulations!  Visit Jeannie at :  

See more of these exciting and beautiful works at the Artisan Jewelry Designers Ltd. Ning Site!
Click on the link below!

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Mommy Tyme Bath and Gifts

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Friday, December 18, 2009

One Time Template Special

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I found this fascinating quote today:

After a LOT of technical difficulties, the new Mommy Tyme Web site is finally up! My site crashed 2 weeks ago (Hacker?!- what a nice present from someone I don't know just before the holidays, right?) But, it motivated me to change it up some! I would love to hear your comments, thoughts, ideas and more....http://www.mommytyme.orgMommy Tyme, Mommy's Reviews you can Use, Dec 2009

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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Sellers Resources

Sellers Resources

Looking for ideas, tips, traffic rotators, links, articles on promoting and marketing? Look no further.... Check out the new Sellers Resources page on Mommy's Tyme website! I have added a collection of growing resources for handmade artisans, crafters, etc. to utilize in helping them share their craft with the world! We all know how tough it is to be "seen" on the marketplaces like Etsy! Here are some ideas to help you move to the front of the line! Share your thoughts, too! I have added a virtual chat where you can leave comments, your links, even post your shop URL for visitors to see! Come check it out.

More visitors? Few more ways to reel them in....

I found this great blog today that listed several traffic exchange services that have the highest rankings, best traffic exchange, ease of use, and are FREE. I joined a few and wanted to share them with you... Let's see how they go! Please come back here and share with everyone your experiences if you join any of these!

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Sunday, December 13, 2009

Squeezing A Call To Action In Your Description

Squeezing A Call To Action In Your Description

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Lets talk about setting up shop! How to actually make a profit! Do sales on Etsy work?

Ok, so you have a product and now you want to set up shop! where to go? We have talked about the cost of selling, and it is getting tougher and tougher. Over this past weekend, I held a 10% sale on some of my products. Well, if I sell a bar of soap for 1.50, then 10% off- then set the shipping at 1.45 (which it turned out the bar was 5 ounces and because it was being shipped to the other side of the country, shipping was 1.76) then etsy takes it's cut, pay pal takes it's cut, and don't forget the .20 listing fee at etsy... I ended up losing money! How many times has this happened to you? I literally paid someone to use my soap! That is crazy.

But, what are the choices? Everyone wants a cut, and you have to use pay pal unless you are going to hold products and wait for checks to clear (word of advice- Never send the product until you know the check has cleared! I have been down that road a time or two!).

I did not even factor in the time when I calculated all the above...and that is enourmous when you have a four year old, work full time, and go to school! For me, every second counts (and counts big!).

Well, I have to step back and look at this in a positivie way- It's not really a loss! The people I sold to this weekend will hopefully come back again and again. So, the first thing I did was add their email addresses and home addresses to my customer list for future flyers.

To adjust the shipping error, I went into my etsy shop and did a batch edit. I think to even it out the best way to handle the situation is to add .10 to all shipping orders. Then in the future if I have to pay a little for shipping it will even out with the shipping costs that I was over a little on estimating. Make sense?

Now, there is really nothing I can do about the cut that pay pal takes. I am stuck with that. But, I can utilize all the services they have to offer so as to make that cut not so bad. One of the greatest resources on pay pal is the shipping. You can print your shipping labels directly from pay pal. For me, this is great. I leave for work before the post office opens, and get off after they are closed. With the ability to pay and print from home, I can have my car loaded with my packages and ship at 5am if I need to. You can also schedule a pick up from your home. so, that is one benefit. A second benefit is you know your money is secure. Pay pal tracks all your transactions, and if there is anything funny on your account, they let you know. That is peace of mind for me.

As for the Etsy fees, I really don't see how you can get those back without passing them on to the customer- which I do not want to do. However, I have to be positive and look at it like this: for the items like my soap, .20 is a cut- but for my bigger ticket items such as my jewelry, hats, scarves and more- it really is not that much of a cut. Materials for my bath and body line are costly, but for my other items, the materials are relatively low (they are just enormously time consuming)- so view it as yin and yang. One balances out the other.

However, there are a lot of other options out there besides etsy that you may not know about. So, lets spend some time over the next few weeks exploring these. I would like to introduce you to the Fuzz B next week, and the great marketplaces I have found there. But, before I get too far ahead of myself, I want to make sure I know where all the "bugs" are!

So, come back next week and lets start exploring the selling venues and marketplaces!

For more tips, ideas, etc on selling visit

Do you have an etsy story to share? Ideas how to increase your profits? Share them here! Post a link back to your blog, site, etc and increase your traffic, too!

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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Friday, December 11, 2009

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

New Traffic Rotator with follow up! See your stats and find out, "is it really working?"

You will hear it a lot when you start using the traffic
exchanges daily. You need to be tracking your stats,
you need to be branding yourself and you need to be
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Funny thing is, until today, you had to go to two or
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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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I’ve just discovered a site that’s owned and run by Paul Kinder and apparently, Jon Olson took Paul under his wing and helped him develop the business.

You may not have not have heard of Paul yet, but I expect you’ve heard of Jon. Have you? Jon is known as The Traffic Exchange Guy, and if he thinks Paul is worth helping then I know that his program is a winner!

Traffic-Splash is going to be a high-profile program and it is well worth getting in early.

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Whichever way you go Traffic-Splash, is aiming to bring in a river of referrals so it will be great exposure for your business, helping you to:

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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Promote your Biz

Promote your Biz

Find articles, advice, tips, resources and more! Free traffic exchange services, help with your blog, secrets from the experts and more... All free! Take advantage of these services and resources! Promote your biz, your blog, whatever! Make the most of your time on the net and get the most traffic you can for the amount you want to spend- Even free!

Monday, December 7, 2009

Promote your Biz

Promote your Biz Find tips, articles and more! Learn how to promote your blog, your shop, URL and so much more! Really great articles from various sources. Free resources, services and ideas on how to get the traffic you need! Stop by and sign up for one of the URL rotators or traffic exchange services! FREE!

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I found this fascinating quote today:

You can win one of my new butter bath bars  ... Choose from Honey almond, Sweet Pea or Lavender Butter bath bars! Here is all you have to do:Mommy Tyme, Mommy's Reviews you can Use, Dec 2009

You should read the whole article.

When you are looking for ways to increase your traffic flow, the first thing you may try is paid services or paid exchanges. Those are fine, but if you are not getting the results you want, you may want to scour some of the free services first! If you like them, you can always upgrade to a paid program later that actually can double your traffic in a matter of days. A few I have tried lately are:

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Saturday, December 5, 2009

How to Start a Blog for Profit

An online presence is important these days for whatever enterprise you engage in. to connect with a wide variety of people there is no bigger forum than the Internet. If you are looking for a way to show off your expertise and also make a little money while doing it, consider starting a blog.

What is a Blog?

A blog is actually an online journal of sorts. With a blog you can upload daily posts about anything that you want. Some people create personal blogs as a way to keep in touch with family members. Pictures, videos and other information are uploaded so your loved ones are current with what is going on with you.

Here we are going to talk about business blogs. This is a blog that you begin to attract traffic in order to sell products or services. To be interesting to others, your blog will need to:

• Have updated content for visitors
• Be marketed to draw traffic
• Register with search engines so it can be found in the rankings

How to Start

If you are new to blogging, use a free blogging platform to get your feet wet. Sites like,, and others offer free blogs to users. Depending on the site you choose, the themes and plug-ins (added features) will vary. Most will walk you through the process step by step so that you can be up and running in no time.

Before you start posting, decide what will be the theme, or niche of your blog. A jack-of-all-trades type of blog doesn’t do as well as one that is geared towards a certain niche. If you like crafts, that can be your niche. Create posts that talk about how to craft, what to craft, how to make crafting profitable and so on. Once you have decided on a path, it is time to create that great content.

How to Make Money

In order to make money with your blog, you need to have people visiting it. That is where marketing comes in. to draw traffic you have to get the word out about your blog. Tell all of your friends and family members that you are online with your blog for a start.

Any money-making venture will take place once you have built your readership with interesting posts. Then you can put into play a number of profitable additions:

• Google AdSense
• Selling Advertising
• Affiliate Marketing
• EBook Marketing

The simplest one to pursue is Google AdSense. You are using targeted advertisements to create revenue for your blog. You are paid per clicks on the ads.

There are other options where you can get paid when someone makes a sale on that website. That is more likely to happen when you join an affiliate program. Join affiliate program that work well with your website niche.

EBooks are short downloadable electronic books that you can create yourself and sell on your website. They can be on a variety of subjects but in order for them to sell, you must be able to offer new information to your customers.

Blogs can be used to build revenue. Start with your chosen niche and market your blog to find the traffic you need. Then, utilize these ideas to turn a profit.

Remember, you have to get the readers TO the Blog to use it effectively...

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I found this fascinating quote today:

That really does not tell you ALL she has to offer! Wow! She has a gorgeous Retro apron that would make a great gift for anyone on your list! She has a "green theme" with eco scrubbies, bag savers, and a ton of other fantastic items! Again, these are all handcrafted, handmade, high quality products that you CAN NOT find at Walmart! Oh, don't forget the so cute jewelry items listed!  Look for the blue flower earrings (definitely my favorite!)Mommy Tyme, Mommy's Reviews you can Use, Dec 2009

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Friday, December 4, 2009

Promote your Biz

Promote your Biz

Check out the new page for ideas, services, links, tips, tricks, articles and more to help you promote your handmade, your shop, your URL and more... Tons of services are available, for free, you just have to know where to look! I have searched the web, did research, and put together a pretty nice collection of places you can get help! Find some of the best resources, free services and more! Check it out!

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