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ANNOUNCEMENT!!!!

  • ANNOUNCEMENT!!

     

    Grains of Glass Open Studio WILL BE opening its own Enamel Artist Shopping site for those artists who have reached a professional level. This is in no way a competition with Amazon or Etsy, but another venue in which to distinguish Enamel Art from the marketplace of a multitude of hand crafts.

     

    In keeping with the "not for profit" direction that Grains of Glass has followed to support the hard working artists, the small percentage (2.5%) to be charged for each SALE of artist's artwork will go to support the store and the web site. No posting fees, no monthly charges. Grains of Glass is providing the space, you will build your own store, be responsible for your own shipping and billing and customer care. I will work like crazy with public relations.

     

     

    Today, I am rolling up my sleeves, and sitting down with my web pro, Garfield, to begin the construction. Your feedback is appreciated.

     

9 comments
  • Charles Winkel
    Charles Winkel I have been reading where everyone is concerned about money exchange and conversion. Do your business in dollers only. You can use pay pal or a bank for the exchange of money or even a credit card over the phone. Then send your work by UPS or Fed X,...  more
    November 15, 2015 - 2 like this - Report
  • Charles Winkel
    Charles Winkel I use Virtual Merchant. This is a credit card company I use through my bank. It uses a highly incripted code for the credit card # to be deposited straight into my account. Don't use a debit. A credit card is insured, and debit is not. This will insure...  more
    November 16, 2015 - 1 likes this - Report
  • Charles Winkel
    Charles Winkel Virtual Merchant is a credit card swip company, for bussiness, phone, and I-pads. I use them for my art shows so I can swipe credit cards.
    November 17, 2015 - Report
  • John richardson
    John richardson It's a great initiative, Trish - i'll be happy to participate. Wise words from Charles.
    November 23, 2015 - Report