Saturday, March 07, 2015
Have Any to Spare?
Click Here to Bid (6x6in.)
My husband has been working his tail off for months, programming a shopping cart for me so I can sell my books myself. It took a while because he is integrating it into Daily Paintworks so that all our members can sell books too. And/or other stuff. Today we are releasing just my store, and once we're sure it works, we'll release it to the rest of DPW.
my new store! And tell me what you think. : )
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Wow!! This is awesome news Carol! David is a magician delighting all of the DPW members. Way to go David! Your store looks great Carol.
Great idea, so pleased for you!
Just ordered a book in your new store. Greatest design I have ever visited. So convenient and simple. Your husband should do this for other companies. Most shopping carts are Hell to deal with.
Please let David know that his hard work has paid off the store is beautiful - !!! I better get busy and make something to sell - OXOXOXO
Hi Carol, quick question, books are 7x7, for those 6x6 paintings, would that be printed in actual size or printed in book size, full bleed?
Thanks everyone! I spent all day filling orders. : )
Ritakwong, the cover is full bleed, but the inside photos aren't. They are about 5x5in. Thanks!
Your hubby's a keeper.
That is terrific! A artist helping other artists!
You are a big inspiration for me. Congratulations on your work!
I have one question. How long will it take for one painting to dry so it can be sold and shipped safely? And do you usually publish your painting for sale immediately after you finish it?
I've already started daily paintings. I've realized this is the only way to improve oil painting skill for me.
All the best :)
Uwielbiam takie obrazy!!!
I love these images !!!
I am glad that I found your blog :)
Thanks, Barbara! I totally agree. : )
Thank you Carol and Mariusz!
Magdalena, I am often ahead with my paintings, so by the time I post them they are anywhere from a day to a week old. Then they stay in auction for at least 7 days. By the time they are paid for they are dry enough to ship.
Thank you very much for your comment :)
Yippee! This is awesome news!!
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