Wednesday, October 05, 2005

My Latest Venture

**FLYING CONDITIONS: Mostly Sunny; Breezy**

I am a freelance graphic designer, but lately my projects are few and far between. As a result, I found myself with a bit more free-time, and decided to make a few collages. As I began my first one, the ideas began to flow rapidly. I also had a gut reaction: "I'm sure I can sell these." So, that's what I'm going to do. (I've got to go with my gut on this one!)

Here are a few of the collages. Others can be viewed at my online store Miss Crow's Magical Emporium.


CarolynVB said...

Those are great!

Cerys Clevercrow said...

Thanks. I have more simmering in my mind. I just really hope I can sell them! I am experimenting right now with ebay. No bids yet, but a few are being watched! I am also playing around with pricing - high enough to make a profit, but low enough to keep from scaring customers away.

It's a gamble, but my gut is telling me to stick with it and to not lose hope!

Kim Carney said...

I love those! I really want to do something creative on my days off but end up cleaning house. I am going to force myself. But those are great.

Cerys Clevercrow said...

Thanks, Kim!

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