That changed some this week. I don't know what snapped in me: the long suffering need to get this done; this post from Charlie at Clay Space on identifying your customer; the long process of editing pictures of pieces that I simply don't like; or divine intervention. However, there was an audible SNAP.
I removed a few items from my shop that I just didn't care for, I pulled some expired items from my "to be re-listed list" that aren't 'ME', and I made a new Etsy Banner that I think reflects me (or who I am, where I want to head right now) a little more.
I'm going to try to only list those items that I like, that I think my ideal customer would like, that I'm PROUD to say I made; and not the ones that make me cringe.
I've still got lots of thinking to do on this whole issue of what my style is, but this is the start.
Here's something new in the shop as well. This definitely fits in with the direction I want to head.
Have you taken the time to think over these issues? How did it go for you? What other aspects do you think I should consider? Help!