So I've gone and opened my Etsy shop at last. Here: Armadillo Artifacts on Etsy.
Among the items for sale, some have showed up in my gallery here, like the earcuffs and Abacus style jewelry; other things will be put up shortly, and then there's some other stuff. So far it's all jewelry items, but in the future, I may start putting up other accessories, masks, props, etched glassware or other things, if there appears to be an interest... it's slightly harder to gauge whether slightly more expensive items would be good to sell on Etsy or if they're better kept as commissions, but I may experiment with it anyway.
As a small note, there's one jewelry line where 50% of the price gets donated to Doctors Without Borders. Those jewelry pieces features paper beads crafted from recycled information materials from them, so it only seemed appropriate. (The other 50% goes to help your local starving propmaker-artist eat. )
I know this is a bit on the late side for Christmas this year, but it still seemed a good idea to get the shop online, even if the opening was delayed somewhat. Mail deliveries within Sweden need to be posted on the 20th at the latest, so swiftly placed orders within the country could still be processed in time.
A note about commissions: While I do commercial projects whenever work comes my way, I am also open to private commissions for props, accessories, jewelry, and any other stuff that's within the range of my competence. Which includes quite a diverse range of materials and techniques, so pricing is rather on a case-to-case basis. Write me a line if there's anything you're interested in -- after all, asking is free.