Thanks! The owls love ya back!
I set them based on the size of what the client will get, including the cost of the materials. Some rate them on a timeframe, but I’m still figuring out how I can shift to that price setting. So for now, I stick with the former. This is honestly the difficult part for me too. The key is to know how much your worth and back that up with the skills and things you’ve learned over time. It’s good to start at a small reasonable price - but not too cheap in a way that you’re already underestimating yourself. If people love your work enough to pay for them, then that’s all that matters.
I didn’t ask for any help on my website. I just based it on the theme I got and tweaked it to my taste.
I’m 19, by the way. Hope this helps! Good luck with your shop!
Happy Sunday! x