Sell on-line with Shoplocket and win $100 Gift Certificate to Michaels!

How I sell Patterns on Facebook/Suzys Artsy Craftsy Sitcom #ShopLocketLove

Do you have handmade items, printables or even used items that you would like to sell to get a jump start on holiday spending?  I know I sure do.

Most folks who are familiar with the Sitcom know that I sell kits and patterns through various shops and my blog.  But I have found a new way to sell that is not only simple to do, but very low cost!  ShopLocket is a great option for selling.  Their simple website is not only user-friendly, but it has distinct advantages over other selling options.

  • You can use any website to sell, including your blog or even Facebook!
  • Don’t have a website and don’t use Facebook? No problem.  You can send people straight to the ShopLocket site to buy your items.
  • Sign up is very simple
  • Because you can locate your “shop” on your Facebook page or blog, you are not dealing with a crowded marketplace where your items get lost in the masses.
  • There are no up front or monthly fees!  You pay only when you sell.  When you sell a product, you are charged a 2.5% fee plus any payment processing fees from PayPal or Stripe.  So for example, if you are selling a $20 item, you would pocket $18.62.

Simply go to, create your shop page, and start adding in your products.  It took me no time at all to upload my digital patterns and post them for sale.

The best part is that by embedding your Shoplocket shop in your Facebook or blog is that you are selling to an audience that is familiar with you.  A great way to stand out in a crowd.

Interested? Go to and take a few moments to get yourself set up.  You can be selling within minutes!

Oh yeah… one more thing!  As an added incentive, ShopLocket is going to be randomly giving out FIVE $100 gift certificates to Michaels to people that sign up in the next two weeks!

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My shop is up and running.  Come join me! See you at ShopLocket!

And be sure to visit them on their Facebook and Twitter sites!

I wrote this post as part of a paid campaign with ShopLocket and Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.