Monday, September 1, 2008

Blue Ice Necklace and Marketing Tips

One of my favorite jewelry making magazines is "Step by Step Wire Jewelry". In the September volume, I fell in love with this necklace called the Scroll gate chain. I had to give it a try. Made from 22 gauge silver wire and a lovely 23 ct. Ice blue topaz as a focus this will be a new addition to my Etsy store in the near future. (Thanks again AnnaLee!)

Marketing Tip:
Send handwritten thank-you notes. It's old-fashioned, but it's still a good way to show customers that you want their business. Even big-box retail salespeople send an occasional note. Just be sure it's personalized. "Dear Valued Customer" will defeat the purpose.


Wezz said...

OMG!! I definitely need to do more with wire! mm, when do I have time to practice more???? Nice work!

Wezz -

ChezChani said...

I'm resisting getting into wirework but you aren't making it easier. Lovely design and I really like the pic. Brilliant idea!

KimberlyRies said...

Diane, that is so beautiful and delicate. Lovely work!


A Beaded Affair said...

What a beautiful piece. I love the topaz. I'm guessing that is one of AnnaLee's gemmies? Lovely.

Christie Cottage said...

Lovely necklace!

Found you by your link posted on etsy under Business Forum.

Anonymous said...

The wire necklace is gorgeous! And you're work on the pic -- what a cool background -- is equally astounding! Thanks for all your free tips to help us grow our business!

Vintage! MyGemStoneBox on Bonanzle


Blog Widget by LinkWithin

Bejeweled one of my favorite games!


Shop Handmade

mygemstonebox's wishlist

MyGemStoneBox on You Tube

Twitter Updates

Cheap Tweets!

mygemstonebox on CheapTweet

Tweet me!


MyGemStoneBox by Diane Simple yet elegant jewelry that is art you wear!

Snap Shots

Get Free Shots from

Revolution Money here is how to join!

Refer A Friend using Revolution Money Exchange

Posh Mama


The Global Goddess