What is so unique about my crosses is that I put a lot of thought and time into each one that I make. I don't go to Home Depot or Hobby Lobby and buy a bunch of tiny tiles to glue on and fill up a lot of space. I nip and chip away at broken dishes, mostly china, and some ceramics. I love ironstone and transferware and mostly antique dishes made in England. I give a lot of my crosses away to loved ones and friends for their birthdays. But I do sell my crosses as well. I'm trying to build up my inventory to sell on Etsy and also will be participating in a sale in May called Mistress of Junk where quite a few vendors set up and sell antiques, art and the creative things they make.