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Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Etsians Magazine Features Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry May Issue 2015



Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry is thrilled to announce Etsians Magazine has featured our shop in the May 2015 edition available now for pre-order! www.etsians.com




Etsians Magazine currently has its May issue ready for distribution and can be ordered at www.etsians.com so check it out now! Featuring Etsy Artists from all over the world, this magazine is dedicated to promoting handmade works of art from various artisans along with the stories of how they became successful in the Handmade Business. 




If you are an Etsy Shop Owner join the Etsian Magazine on Facebook and submit your shop for a feature, show your wonderful amazing creations and join in the fun with this deliciously wonderful group!! https://www.facebook.com/groups/estiansmagazine/




Recently when asked where did ‪#‎EtsiansMagazine‬ come from? What is Etsians Magazine? The owner Maylani Malissa Sayers published this response:


This idea came to me after I opened my own Etsy store and joined groups here on Facebook. I was really amazed on how many handmade products were really out there. I was meeting people around the world who made some pretty awesome products. I would see people, in the groups I joined, posting about their successes and/or struggles.  
I found myself questioning-- How did they come up with their products? Who or what inspired them? Did they ever feel discouraged and what made them keeping going? I was determined to find out and hear the stories behind these amazing products.  
Even though I was already running a Photography business & an Etsy shop of my own, all while being a stay-at-home mom aka mom duties, I started to think about ways I could do this. I wanted to find a way in which I could help not only the shop owners when it came to showcasing their items but also helping those who don't know about handmade items. Because honestly before I opened up my own Etsy shop, I didn't even know about handmade items and how many of them that are out there. I fell in love with the personal connection you get with the person who makes the products. How you don't have to go through the struggle of 1800 numbers or customer service/long waits when it comes to issues. Even more so on how you could have someone personalize a custom order for you.  
Finally, I thought about designing a magazine but honestly I hadn't designed one since college. I already had the skills when it comes to graphic and web design and thought to myself-- I'm going to just go for it! Its then that I brought up the idea to people I knew who were shop owners and they loved it. This one idea had people super excited about the magazine and that made me even more nervous to do it but I was determined to help spread the word about handmade items.  
Currently, my goals for Etsians Magazine is to continue to spread the word about all things handmade to people all around the world. Keep sharing all these amazing stories from the amazing people behind the products. My focus is NOT about making "money" because at the end of the day, I don't make a dime and thats okay with me.  
It warms my heart when I see/hear good feedback about Etsians Magazine--- makes the long hours worth it and honestly keeps me going, even during times when I feel a bit overwhelmed because of how hard it is to run a magazine. Even more so on why I was truly lucky to have my sister come on board to help run this magazine. We are a small team but we work our butts off so that we can continue to help spread the word. 


This spectacular publication is available in print and online so check it out now! Not only is it filled with "Must-Have" items but it is a great go to for art gallery or jewelry store owners, gift shops and one of a kind original shops to find great lines of products to stock up on! Discovering new artisans and drooling over the handmade items....cant go wrong there!




A special thank you to Mayani Malissa Sayers and Etsian Magazine for the expose on Rayvenwoodmanor Jewelry! 

2 comments:

Judy A in Idy said...

So glad I found this! Thank you.

Rayvenwood Manor said...

Thank you Judy! You will love the magazine:) Don't forget to join the group on Facebook <3!