I guess it’s like any art work we make. Always hard to figure out how much to charge for a piece. It’s easier in some ways to price something you’ve made for sale than to price a commissioned mosaic. It’s always a ‘guesstimate” based on previous experience. I find it really difficult. Seems I get into making something and it takes me a lot longer than I thought it might, therefore, I’m not asking what I need to, to make it profitable. I’m hoping that with time and more experience, I’ll be able to resolve this dilemma and be much more comfortable asking for what I need. If anybody has any suggestions regarding this, I’d love to hear from you.
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