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Speaking of scary games, I tried Dread Halls on the Oculus Rift and lasted all of a minute and a half before screeching in terror and ripping the visor off.
There are no words for the level of NOPE.
An Etsy account is a good way to go. There are small fees and such for selling but Etsy has more traffic than other sites so you get more exposure. The best thing I can suggest is make sure that your photos look nice and clear and are brightly lit. Better photos will definitely get more attention. And tag your items really well. Make sure you mention the name of the show, some characters, and anything specific to the product your selling if it’s a fandom item.
As for Button Makers there are some cheaper ones on Amazon and Ebay but make sure you don’t go too cheap or the machine won’t last very long. I’ve had my smaller machine for a year and a half and have probably made over 10,000 buttons with it. It’s still going strong :) This is the type of machine I have. They’re really sturdy and heavy but they last. It’s also a really good idea to get a circle punch at the same time, especially if you plan on making a lot of buttons. I spent an extra $180 to get a really nice circle punch when I got my button maker and it’s still sharp and still punches out the designs with no problem.
Here is where I got my button makers and circle cutters. The machines are $270 for almost all the button sizes and the circle cutter is an extra $180. So yeah, they’re expensive but if you come up with a bunch of awesome designs then it will eventually pay for itself. You can also try to do bulk orders to make up the cost. I’ve done custom bulk buttons for a local charity and you can approach businesses and such too if you want to try and get some bulk orders.
Hope this helped! Let me know if you have more questions!