Do you think €12 (+ €8 shipping worldwide) is a...

Do you think €12 (+ €8 shipping worldwide) is a good price for a handmade Moowa Monster?


I would like to know your thoughts on the adoption fee I ask for my Moowas. They are handmade and take roughly 1 hour to make, including the embroidery work.

Right now I ask €12 for them + €8 worldwide shipping (with tracking). Do you think this is ok, or is it too much (since they're small)? I would love to hear your thoughts! 🙂
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1 month ago
You might also think of the possibility that people who want to buy one on Yoors can pay with yps. I think it's a good price considering the handicrafts and the craft they are made with and that just comes with this price tag. You also have to make some money from all that labor and the concept.
1 month ago
In my opinion, the shipping costs are somewhat on the high side. Usually, on webshops, people charge less than 5 euros if it is in their own country, and a euro or 8 if it goes outside the home country.
1 month ago
@enigma that's right for webshops that deliver a lot of packages and can therefore get a better contract with the shipping company:)... Show more
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1 month ago
if I think that if friend they are very adorable and tender, your price is very good luck with your cute dolls venture
1 month ago
I don't know how much work is done and what the shipping costs are. And what an interested party has for it?. For me, it would be too expensive.
1 month ago
I think that if depending on the country you are in, if you are in europe, it would be an excellent price the one you show
1 month ago
put that yes but the truth is I am not sure since you must know how much you are investing in materials and if you have a profit left if you have a fixed profit your price
1 month ago
For me, in particular, it is too expensive, especially because I am on another continent, maybe where you are, it will be
1 month ago
I think it's a lot of money for an ornament I know it's your job and I respect it but I personally wouldn't pay so much for something like that
1 month ago
@lucky strike May I ask what you would pay maximum? 🙂
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1 month ago
For us who are on this side of the pond, it is too expensive because it is difficult for us to earn the money
1 month ago
It is your work, your art and you set the price you consider fair both for you and for the customers who, when they see your work/price, can and want to buy it.
1 month ago
For us Latin Americans it is expensive because every peso counts for our daily sustenance, but for europe it is nothing
1 month ago
I think that for people who live in the countries where the euro is managed, the price is commensurate
1 month ago
To be honest, I think it's very expensive and it's something very small, it wouldn't be worth the expense, at least for me who am in Latin America.
1 month ago
I think it's a good price. You can always ask for more Moowa Monsters with wings or other extras
1 month ago
Handcrafted things always have quite significant value, @HippieFox , whoever knows about it pays
1 month ago
it's a good price and I congratulate you, they look very adorable and the colors are very nice your mime you make them?
1 month ago
I don't have much of an understanding of it, but if it does indeed include shipping costs, then it seems to me a reasonable price.
1 month ago
@Dewaputra No no, it's 12euro + 8euro shipping 🙂 Otherwise, unfortunately it won't help me, haha 😄
1 month ago
Although that depends on which country you are in, but I think it is a striking product and those things sell well and more in the season of children's day and things like that maybe for a gift then depending if you are in Venezuela it is somewhat expensive but if you are in other countries maybe the price is super good
1 month ago
It seems to me a decent price for a handmade product. Price including shipping costs is also smart.
1 month ago
@Millieballon I ask 8euro shipping worldwide but I will put it in the description, thanks for the tip! 🙂