Erin, I think you should do it! My advice? As a buyer, I tend to look for items under $5. I am sure the pricier units are well worth the money, but I can rarely use the majority of what is offered (strict D'Nealian policy here).Good luck! Oops, recess is over!Http://read-write-sing.blogspot.com
I like it! Keep it up!
Thank you. I like it! The trouble is that I don't have extra money to buy things on TPT so I appreciate the freebies! =)
I think you totally should! If you need any help at all, just lmk! I'd be happy to help! TPT has been a blessing to me and I really enjoy creating products that people enjoy... and of course, still offer freebies, too! (TPT has a referral program, too...if you wanted me to send you my link =) hee hee! Either way, I think you would do a great job selling and it wouldn't take too much of your time (well, maybe at first- but not too bad)...just email me if you have any specific questions! Have a great day! JenniferFirst Grade Blue Skies
The fact that you already have a great blog and followers means people like what you're doing. I would definitely give it a go. If you're making this stuff anyway then it's not that much more trouble to put it on TPT. I put a few things for sale last spring that I had already made for personal use and I've been amazed at the sales. I'm no Deanna Jump or anything, but I said at the beginning I'd be amazed if I ever made $100 and it only took a few weeks to get that much. Good luck!
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