What a difference! MaineLadyBug has taken your comments to heart and truly made her changes count!
I have updated my listing and posted it. I appreciate all your wonderfully helpful comments.
I took more pictures using a white background. I took several that show the ladybug charm in detail. I am working on making sure I have all 5 pictures slots filled with each of my listings. I don't have someone at the moment to model my jewelry, although that is a good point.
I updated the description of the bracelet and used all 14 tags. :-) I raised the price a bit. I'm still struggling with pricing across the board.
jswrites: I appreciate your proof reading! I corrected my errors. :-) As to the "gold" question. I have struggled with that. I do use good quality gold plated chain and findings. I'm not trying to be deceptive, but I feel that if I use plated in the title or the initial description buyers won't even look. I would like them to view the pieces and then decide on whether they would like quality fashion jewelry or real gold jewelry. I also feel that most people realize how much real gold and gold filled jewelry costs. The price of gold is over $1,000 per ounce. I always say exactly what type of materials I use in the materials section. I hope this answers your question. I appreciate your feelings on this topic.
As I reread all the comments most everyone suggests using a live model. I will definitely try to find someone that is willing to wear my creations and pose for pictures.
Thank you, thank you everyone! This has been a great experience. Thank you Karen for hosting this blog and for setting up the critiques. Thank you also for working on my avatar. Take a look at the one I have up now. I found her on the beach the other day. :-)
Happy Day! Happy Creating!
Gini, thank you! It is so inspiring to see how hard a shop owner works to keep the store fresh and new! Love the newe avatar, too!
Thank you - all who have viewed and all who have commented. It's you who keep this feature going!
Oh...as a side note... I've installed a measurement converter on the sideber for all of you to use when you need to change to/from metric and inches. Just a little gift from me to you!