Weekly Orientation & Safety Classes
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Starting an Etsy Shop: Nuts and Bolts
October 22, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm | $20.00
Sadie Rose Casey
Join us for an informational workshop on Etsy Shops. This class will cover basic information on starting and running an Etsy shop, as well as delve into information on Etsy culture and realities, mobile options, photography ideas, and general tips and tricks about maintaining a good-looking and functional store.
Over the years, Etsy has become THE global online market place for handmade items. Can you benefit from this? Probably! Aside from simply providing a marketplace, Etsy also provides a community and culture that can benefit your brand/creations in more ways than one. You never know who will see your work and what they will want to do with it or where they might want to share it.
Maintaining an Etsy shop is a lot more work than it looks. It takes commitment, attention to detail, and constant work. This class will inform you about all of these things so that you don’t have to learn them as you go, and so you can eliminate the trial-and-error part of this process. I will discuss everything I have learned on my Etsy journey over the past 6 years, and I will also discuss the dramatic changes that Etsy has undergone during this time.
You will leave this class feeling inspired to get started on your own Etsy shop and also with answers to any questions you have right now. Additionally, you will leave with several tools and guidelines how to make your shop look good, stand out, and therefore have more potential for succes
Students will need to register with Etsy prior to attending class. Please bring a notebook and pen.
Sadie Rose is a writer, designer, wardrobe stylist and vintage clothier. After graduating from the University of Oregon in 2004, she spent several years in Portland, Oregon, connecting with the creative heartbeat of her generation.
She now lives in Northern California where she works with a large network of other women to produce art and beauty through creative design and collaboration. Through her styling and consulting, Sadie Rose weaves the rich history and fine craftsmanship of vintage textiles into modern stories of femininity and fashion.
When she is not writing, making things, designing things, styling things, or thinking about doing these things, she enjoys reading excellent novels, drinking tea, and sitting in the sun. Above all, her greatest pastime (and accomplishment) is watching her 9-year-old son reveal to her the great mysteries of the universe.