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Etsy Gathering

This group is for everyone interested in Etsy. All are welcome: Etsy sellers, Esty buyers, Etsy curious!

Location: International
Members: 56
Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2014

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etsy stores 9 Replies

Started by mj. Last reply by Kim Muller May 22, 2013. 8 Replies

Started by Gretchen A. Coats. Last reply by georgia grisolia Sep 16, 2009.

Etsy advertising 3 Replies

Started by Reva. Last reply by Healersmoon Dec 29, 2008.

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Comment by Terri Miller on June 11, 2013 at 12:30pm
Comment by Corinne McAuley aka Peony Beads on May 22, 2013 at 5:33am

Welcome Diana. I too will look at your Etsy shop.


Comment by Doreen Warren on May 22, 2013 at 3:15am

Welcome Diana!

This seems to be an exciting time for BC!  Welcome aboard!  I remember using paper and colored pencils for Peyote patterns!  I will definitely check out your Etsy shop.



Comment by Diana Coe on May 22, 2013 at 2:59am

Hello everyone :)

I just joined the site and the group and thought I'd introduce myself.

My name is Diana, I live in the UK with husband and two kids and I'm a "semi-professional" beader. I have an Etsy-shop, but my creating happens usually in the evenings in front of the telly.

I just got a free version of BC 5 and am quite excited. I just can't be bothered to make my Peyote patterns on paper and that for don't do much Peyote at all - that will hopefully change now.

Well, have a great day and I see you around I guess ...


Comment by Debra on July 11, 2011 at 4:45pm
Navaram - you would need to sell your own handmade items, not items made by others and supplied to you.  If you try Etsy, make sure you understand the terms of use.
Comment by Debra on July 11, 2011 at 4:44pm
re-sellers are not allowed on Etsy - handmade, vintage or supplies only.
Comment by navaram shrestha on July 11, 2011 at 12:00am

Hello Doreen,


Thank you for your message. I am looking for the resellers who are interested to resell the handmade products from Nepal. I wish to supply them.



navaram shrestha

Comment by Doreen Warren on July 10, 2011 at 11:45pm

Dear Navaram,


Thank you so much for the information about your products!  However, we do not sell items here.  But we do try to support artists who sell their handmade items on Etsy.


Please look at and you will find information there about how to sell your items online. 


Good luck,


Comment by navaram shrestha on July 10, 2011 at 10:29pm

Hi from Nepal,

This is  manufacturer of handmade goods here in Nepal since 12 years. Related with the following products:

I produce and collect the things bellow listed.

1, Handmade papers and paper products(lamp shades, photo frames, greeting cards,

Photo albums, stationary sets, notebooks wrapping papers with flowers and various textures ).

2, Wood carvings(photo frames, traditional windows, wall hangings. All are decorative and gift items)

3, Silver jewelries(ear rings, rings, locket, bracelets ) not updated on my website, photos will be sent.

All 100 % pure silver.

4, Knit wears(sweaters, gloves, shocks, hats, caps ) all hand knitted. Tibetan wool.

5, Statues(made from brass and gold painted/gift and decorative items)

6, Ceramics(cigarette asters, candle and incense holders, animals, statues, oil lamps and many more).

7, Candles for all occasion(along with ceramic pots)

8, Thangka paintings

9, Clothings/garments ( can be made required designs by the buyers) shirts, Ti-shirts,

jackets, trousers and others

10, decorative, prayer flags and many.

I wish to sell them through your Company to your City. Or if you are interested on above products, to resell them in your City to let earn some money for the poor women in my town related me. Please send me your personal advice prices can be sent later.

You can view the products at our web site, with various products.

Hope to receive your personal advice.

Thanking you.


navaram shrestha

Comment by georgia grisolia on January 4, 2011 at 1:00pm

Joeanna, I sell on ETSY and on and am starting to prefer the Artfire site better.


Go check out my shop there and then read the rules for set up and all. No fees and that is the best part so you would get to keep most of the money from sales. Just a PayPal fee which is very small. ETSY charges .20 for each listing and then around 3% of the sales price when you sell something and you have to relist the same items every 4 months so fees can add up. There is a lot of competition at ETSY but also more traffic. Artfire is getting more well known all the time and I do like their setup and rules. I have not been there long and this year will give me some good stats to look over. I am seriously thinking of just not renewing listings at ETSY and just keep a few active there. Hope this helps.


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