10 Tips for Selling Prints on Etsy

In the past 6 years, the number of Etsy store owners that have come to FinerWorks to fulfill their print orders have steadily increased. In recent weeks this number has increase dramatically, with many of the artists that have used us for their regular art show prints, asking questions about selling on Etsy.

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Glazing: Not Only Glass in the Frame

Why custom framing smokes ready made frames. Working at a few custom frame shops, I have often heard the gasp statement of “the frame is more than the art”.  As an confessed art addict of works on canvas and various papers from $20-$2,000, I can tell you why I choose custom framing over say a chain store ready made frame.

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How Artists Can Treat the Crisis

We have been asked how we think the news of viruses and possible recession will affect our customers and how it has impacted FinerWorks when it comes to the fulfillment of your prints. Sometimes some of the staff may need to take an extra day off here and there to take care of their kids due to the extended “spring break”. Nothing much has required major changes in FinerWorks’ operations that would affect the ability to produce and ship your prints.

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Designing Your Print for Selling

Are you thinking about how to best prepare your prints for being successfully sold? You might be surprised at how often enough consideration is not given or maybe you have not thought much about this yet. Either way, below are some tip to help your prints sell more successfully that you may or may not have thought about.

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Printing White with Giclee

White is not considered a color when printing fine art or photographs using the giclee or most digital photo printing process. An area in your image which is meant to be white will actually show in the print as an absence of any dyes or inks. That is because digital printers used for photo and fine art printing do not include any white color.

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Hahnemühle’s New Eco Friendly Papers

Hahnemühle’s new Natural Line of papers provide a eco-friendlier format as giclee fine art and photo papers. These papers are produced from unique raw materials: bamboo, hemp and agave. All three of these plants require minimal maintenance, grow quickly and are free of pesticides when grown. Their rapid growth also means more cellulose can be produced on the same cropland than those that use other raw materials. They also require much less water, meaning they use fewer growing resources achieving a more environmentally friendly status.

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