Very busy girl here taking mega-loads of fashion photos for over 2 years. Each listing contains 8 picture slots and I have created over 3000 listings!!! My sold listings could be my fashion portfolio. I use my mini iPad and a timer. I usually aim for a square close up, try to show every angle & get a flat laying label shot. More recently I am taking the time to style as I am getting into more of the items I purchase to re-sell (as opposed to gifted clothes from friends and family) I have learned sooooo much from when I first started in August 2016 on my back patio using direct sunlight. This last collage shows some denim skirts and dresses from free people 2018 along with a few similar pieces I am currently selling on Charitylane.
Here are a few of my earring holders in my Antiques and More strife space. I crafted the gold ones out of picture frames and non-stick kitchen drawer liners. Strong yarn through the Mesh holds them in place in the back. I handcrafted these bottle top earrings recently and love the RECYCLE symbolizim.
The large metal bird holder seemed a bit sqwished so I just purchased these dancing lady earring holders. They can hold up to 3 pairs and are super cute. They are light weight though so if you are using them at an outdoor setting the wind could knock them over. Also Nothing too heavy. I am going to stabilize them in some way with charms and hot glue on the bottom. Best part is besides how gypsy they are is they come out to about a dollar each!
I found this vintage Jewelry box for displaying little charms. Here is a fun similar purple velvet treasure box on amazon. - They also have black or white but why not be royal! The clear top is great ;)
If I had a windy traveling festival TENT covered in flowing scarves, I would carry these three trends: Over-sized, fringe bottomed and wooden handle beaded macrame or embroidered seventies bags, mixed denim and printed fabric layer maxi skirts and bold wood statement necklaces. What amazed me is last night I was cruising the Poshmark APP for wooden beaded necklaces & carved bangles spending some time "liking" and BAM! Someone buys my blue lacquered POD necklace. I'm digging this natural forest gypsy look with seeds and strings. The style can be a bit "country gal just rolled out of bed and is super comfy in the morning mist"
Two nights ago I got on YouTube and learned to crochet so I can start making foot sandals. I was thrilled with my first go! Amazing how you can go from knowing nothing and download a skill into your mind :)
My Aunt Trudy and I agreed that we have the power to remove negative energy from clothing.
This fabulous lady too sells on poshmark! User @demode www.poshmark.com/closet/demode
Every one of my USPS labels is printed on the back side of recycled paper. I have my step-father Mark save all of his no longer needed work papers. Also, my printer is awesome! It is called a "brother" and I found it at Goodwill thrift shop for like $10! Sweet.
When I go to community rummage sales I always search for crafting supplies for my packaging including wrapping paper, ribbons, yarn, bags etc.
I do use the free shipping boxes and stickers from usps.com when I need to, however I've got my family and friends saving brown boxes and yellow padded envelopes for me. I would prefer to use re-used, sturdy, clean boxes I find from my neighborhood. I call it boxing for a cause.
Keep an eye out for free moving supplies on your local trade sites!
Save your kitchen boxes too to wrap goodies in (: