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Sarah Buchan Dear George Designs
I’ve been selling on Folksy since 2010, oh how time flies! I’ve seen it grow from strength to strength over that time. I love how the Folksy front page features new work as well as featured work, as it gives everyone a chance of being seen. Folksy’s blog and community are a wonderful source of inspiration too.
Liz Hutchinson Liz Hutchinson Jewellery
Folksy has not only provided a selling platform which has been really easy to use and manage but also has provided a safe selling structure and lots of tips, advice and support.
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