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I've Been Selling My Art, Paintings and Collages, on eBay, and How I've Done So Far

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I am an artist and writer looking to improve my life financially and emotionally

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Above is the first painting I sold on eBay.

It is ACEO size, or the size of a baseball card. They are popular on eBay and a couple of other sites like Etsy.

I made less than two dollars, but I think that just selling it at all was a bonus, as I had zero feedback on my account.

I hope to make more money on my paintings, collages, and sketches in the future.

I have three collages up for bid right now. They all have at least one bid. I started them at a penny with free shipping, to see how they would do.

These are also ACEO's.

I like selling them because I don't have to bother with packaging and the post office. I can just put them in a thank you card in a regular envelope, and mail them off.

I can also mail them the same day that I get paid, so they get to the buyer super fast. That creates good customer relations in my opinion. I just email the buyer when it is sent off.

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My Future With eBay

I will continue to sell ACEO's.

I already have many of them. I often create them before a full-sized painting. I can create one in less than an hour (more for more complicated collages etc, but it evens out).

I enjoy creating them, and I enjoy the auction process.

It is stimulating and exciting.

I can only make one more sale this month, because when you first start out on eBay, you have a five sale limit for the first month. Or $500 in total profit, whichever comes first.

Hopefully I will have a higher limit next month.

I would like to start making my starting bids higher, and increase to the maximum I think they will sell for. That will have to be decided on an individual basis.

This article is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

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