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Wed Sep 18, 2019 12:53 AM    Forum: Setting up Facebook feed

Do you use Skype, Zoom or Google Hangouts? Please let us know your preferences and what time works best for you, and we'll setup a time with you to help you connect your Facebook page to your iCraft store. It's easier to share a screen...  Read more...

Mon Sep 16, 2019 02:40 PM    Blog: Meet the Maker: Amanda Jain Designs

In our next instalment of our Meet the Maker series which highlights iCrafter makers we talked with Amanda from Amanda Jain Designs ! Check out here shop here and read more about her journey as a crafter and her best tips for other crafters!

Can you give us a summary of your business and what your role is?

My name is... Read more

Mon Sep 16, 2019 01:24 PM    Forum: Product on Hold versus Reserve

Thank you for your help. I have a few individuals who have an interest in my products but either do not have a computer or not comfortable ordering online. I wasn't sure the best way to handle. Thanks again.  Read more...

Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:09 AM    Forum: Setting up Facebook feed

Need help connecting to my Facebook page  Read more...
iCraft Admin

Mon Sep 16, 2019 09:25 AM    Forum: Product on Hold versus Reserve

Hi guys, both "on hold" and "reserved" items are excluded from your store and not visible on the site. However, "reserved" items are visible to people that have a direct link to those product listings, so they could...  Read more...
LisaGold

Mon Sep 16, 2019 09:17 AM    Forum: London Design Fair declares "biomaterials" its material of the year - CNN Style

Furniture made from heirloom corn. Vases made from bee propolis. This is #biodesign.  Read more...

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London Design Fair declares "biomaterials" its material of the year - CNN Style
Co-created by humans and nature, biomaterials derived from corn husks and beehives are among those being honored at this year's London Design Fair.

Mon Sep 16, 2019 07:55 AM    Forum: Product on Hold versus Reserve

Hi, I'm just guessing here, someone else may have the right answer for you. But I think on hold is when your not ready to list it for sale yet and reserve is holding it for someone who wants to buy it at a later date, like a couple days later...  Read more...

Sun Sep 15, 2019 11:26 PM    Forum: Product on Hold versus Reserve

Hi there...I'm just wondering what is the difference between putting a product on hold versus reserve? Thanks  Read more...

Sun Sep 15, 2019 11:15 PM    Forum: Finally, you can dress like your dog

Hi guys... in my neck of the woods (Southern California) this would be a big hit!...lol   Read more...
LisaGold

Sun Sep 15, 2019 09:31 AM    Forum: Finally, you can dress like your dog

I agree, Ms. Raines! Let dogs be dogs. They don't really care about fancy clothing. I live near dog park and see those poor dogs trying to walk in cute boots all the time. It's really funny to watch.   Read more...

Sun Sep 15, 2019 12:47 AM    Forum: Finally, you can dress like your dog

I just had to way in on this one LOL I've had dogs all my life and since I'm up there in age I've had quite a few in my life. I don't have any now, as I lost my last 2 dogs to old age this past year. I think having matching...  Read more...
LisaGold

Sat Sep 14, 2019 10:56 PM    Forum: Finally, you can dress like your dog

That's a weird #fashion trend! Not sure I'd want to have matching outfits with my dog   Read more...

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Finally, you can dress like your dog
The market for canine couture has been growing for a while - Ralph Lauren, Moschino and Barbour all make clothes that hounds can wear. But outfits such as Temellini's are different. The atelier's dog coats and rompers are cut around breed-specific dog mannequins, or "cane-quins", and cost between $125 and $700. Some animals come in for personal fittings.
iCraft Admin

Fri Sep 13, 2019 09:32 PM    Forum: Please define "mass produced" and "manufacturing."

You are welcome! Looking forward to having you as part of our community.  Read more...
Anonymous14652

Fri Sep 13, 2019 09:27 PM    Forum: Please define "mass produced" and "manufacturing."

Hello, iCraft Admin! Thanks for your kind explanation and invitation. You are genuinely appreciated. We'll surely jump on board just as soon as we can. Wishing you and all crafters the very best: John and Laurie  Read more...
iCraft Admin

Fri Sep 13, 2019 11:24 AM    Forum: Please define "mass produced" and "manufacturing."

Hi John, From what you've described, you are not a factory creating mass produced items. We allow use of power tools and even have some 3D printed items already sold on the site. You are welcome to open a store on iCraft and join our...  Read more...





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