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Calling Artists & Craftswomen

You can sell your artwork too at the new

 " I did it Creations Showroom"...   

Calling

all Artists and Craftswomen.

 We are looking for you to join us at the Showroom where you can sell you art. Stop being a small cog in the big wheel over at Etsy!! 

The "Showroom" is a Co-operative. Meaning that each and every person selling is an owner and has a say in the selling and development at the "Showroom".. You will not get lost.. You will be Featured on a rotating basis .. This is for Woman only who want to sell their work. 

Check out the "I Did It Creations Showroom" then email Robyn Weinrib at raw@ididitcreations.com for more information and a packet on how to upload to the shop.... Get Paid for doing something you love. Even if you have never sold before come sell over at the Showroom.. and have a say in the whole enchilada! We Advertise together and pool our money to do so.. This way we can hit more audiences then just having a small budget to advertise. Each month we put money in the pool for advertising and other expenses.. You don't have to carry this yourself anymore!  

So get cracking , email me and join us at the "I Did It Creations Showroom"..
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