J is for Jellyfish!


And your first question is: “How does that pertain to selling hand made crafts?” I am so very glad you asked, and I hope that I’ve caught your attention and curiosity with this one.  First thing we do is dive into a few fun facts of Jellyfish…

 

 

English: Phyllorhiza punctata Lendenfeld, 1884...
Such a pretty color and texture!

 

some jellyfish are bigger than a human and others are as small as a pinhead.
… people in some countries eat jellyfish.
… that jellyfish have been on Earth for millions of years, even before dinosaurs.
… jellyfish have no brain but some kinds have eyes.
… that jellyfish are mainly made up of water and protein.
… a group of jellyfish is called a smack.

 

And now lets take those same fun facts and apply them to the crafter…this is the fun part!

 

…some crafter’s businesses are bigger than a human and others are as small as a pinhead.  Some crafter’s sell lots and lots of products, and then there are some that only sell a few.
… people in some countries eat crafters.  No, not really…
… that professional crafters have been on Earth for millions of years.  Blacksmiths, merchants, bakers, the person who invented the wheel…

 

Sea Nettle (Chrysaora quinquecirrha) Jellyfish...
Dangerous! Yes, I have been stung…it isn’t pleasant :-\

 

crafters have no brain but some kinds have eyes.  Ok, so that’s just a flat out lie.  It takes quite a bit of skill and talent and definitely brains in order to craft and do the skills that we do.  But there are some kinds of crafters that don’t have eyes, or just one eye (I’ve met some…or rather some that don’t have use of their eyes…I guess their eyes are still there…)
… that crafters are mainly made up of gluesticks and acrylic paint.  It holds our joints together, and runs through our veins!
… a group of crafters is called a fair, show, or festival.

 

Today’s blog post has been brought to you by the letter J – Jellyfish!

 

“Like” this post and “share” it with your other crafty friends…I sure do hope that you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it 😀 Don’t forget to “subscribe” to my blog for more “how-to” sell your hand-made crafts!

 

 

 

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