I’ve posted about these before, but here it is again! I just finished making this pokéball.
I do have a pattern available now on Etsy, but I have several pokéball patterns coming to my Patreon. As well (and I think this is even cooler), I’m going to be doing giveaways of some of my handmade items to my Patreon patrons soon.
I am very pregnant, but unless this baby comes super early, I’ll be giving away a 3-pack of these balls to one of my patrons. It’s $5 per month, and not only do you gain access to all of my patterns, you will also be entered in a monthly drawing for one of my handmade items!
I saw this strategy on YouTube from Mary Kate, and she swears by it, so let’s try.
To do this 100% correctly, you’ll need to write this down on paper. Write “I am certain ____” and fill in the blank with whatever it is you want.
This is supposed to work fast, and I would like it to. I feel like this is really a mind game though, since it’s so obvious that whatever “it” is isn’t in your current reality. I’m going to try this, but I like subliminal messaging and subconscious programming techniques at the moment.
But, if you try this, I really hope it works for you. In fact, I am certain this trick will work for you.
My nephew’s birthday party is this weekend, and I’m making him some Pokémon stuff.
I’ve recently been making a lot of pokéballs, and I thought I’d make some child-size ones for him.
It needs to be stuffed and have a button put on, but how cute is this?!
The sad part about this is that all the patterns on the internet for “pokéballs” are about this size. And I do get it, because a realistic pokéball can take 4-5 hours to make, and charging $50 for a pokéball is ridiculous. Which brings me back to the question I posed earlier: how would I go about doing a “raffle” or a “paid-subscriber giveaway”? I could sell a “raffle ticket” on Etsy? That would allow me to place a cap on the number of tickets/buy-ins.
This method would allow me to make something awesome that I enjoy making instead of figuring out how to make something in the fastest way possible.
Anyway, what do y’all think? Etsy? Or should I use another platform?