fluffybaka, you have a lot of cute things! Here are some things I thought of that might bring in more business. (All advice is based on my own research, and not on my minuscule sales)
-Your photos are on the dark side. This can be easily fixed in photoshop or retaking in natural light on a nice sunny day.
-Instead of listing all of your items on the same day at the same time, try listing on different days or on the same day at different times like 1 per 2 hours or 1 per day. This way when people look at new items that have been posted using the time machine, you'll reach a larger audience and be able to get more views if not sales.
-The avatar debate: some people say a pic of yourself is more friendly, but if you post a lot in the forums having a pic of something you sell is business-friendly. People in the forum will only see your name, avatar and what you wrote. Your name and what you wrote does not tell people what you have to offer (unlike some people who might be called e.g. Annie'sJewelry then it's pretty obvious what they are selling), so your only way to draw forum readers to your shop is from your avatar pic
-If you want to make your shop seem more friendly on a personal level and stress that you are a real person opening a shop, instead of putting a pic of yourself as your avatar maybe you could write something in your profile? I think its fun to read profiles...
-International buyers like to read item descriptions that have cm/mm measurements, not just inches.
-Not that important but I think the watermelon needs watermelon seeds