Your handmade jewelry descriptions have to persuade someone that your jewelry is worth buying...
And just making a list of materials just doesn't go very far.
That's why spending time to hone your description is so important to your ultimate longterm success.
Here are some tips for making those product descriptions more likely to make the sale.
Tip #1: Think of the Title as a Headline
A great description has to first catch your readers attention. Make sure the title of your product is something that catches the eye and makes someone want to read further. You'll want your title to be both descriptive and representative, and not vague and "artsy". Remember, your title won't always be seen with the photo of your work. In search engine listing for example, the title and brief description is all the reader will see. Artsy titles will appeal to the reader more when they actually see the item on your product page.
Here are some examples
"The Perfect Mother's Day Bracelet" is a much better title than "Crystal Bracelet".
"A Summer Bracelet for Lazy Casual Evenings Out" is better than "Summer Shades".