Good evening, or early morning everyone! When you get a chance, will you please stop by my blog and let me know your opinion on my items? Especially my memory boards. My husband and I are working on pricing lists for the boards and I wanted to know if anyone makes these or buys them, what do you think a fair price would be? I have an idea in mind, just need some feedback.

Also, does anyone have web-hosting for their blog or just use free sites like Blogger? I am going to register my name as soon as I have enough to do so (with the state you know, set up a business for tax purposes) but I just need some genreal feedback.

Another also...should I seperate my crochet from my memory boards? If I have web hosting set up, I was thinking about having tabs on the page for crochet, memory boards/memory products (organizing, scrapbooks, etc) and baby shower/bridal shower, etc items?

Just need some general help here. Some of you have AMAZING blogs and I am really wanting to have a streamlined page. Streamlined and, hopefully one day, not just a little blog but a "real" business. As soon as I get more inventory, I am going to start going to the botique stores in town and some of my friends' salons to see if they will display my boards.

I am going to start a seperate blog for writing soon, as well. I have a lot of opinions on many different subjects, but I don't want that in w/my products...does this make sense?

One more thing...does anyone here sell through Etsy.com? I registered but the site is completely confusing to me...as far as selling...maybe because I don't have all of my pricing firgured out.

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