1. A bit more variety in the photos. All the photos seem to be taken from the same angle. Maybe a close-up of the clasp, or some of the components for one of the photos.
2. Make sure your images are sharp and clear. Try to hold the camera steady, or rest it against something to steady it.
3. Are the clasps stainless steel, nickel, sterling silver, silver plated, et cetera. That would be good information to have. You did this on the first necklace, but not the bracelet.
4. I am wondering why the bracelet with multiple charms is only 50 cents more than a necklace with a single charm. It seems like if more work went into that piece, the price difference would be larger!
5. More items! You really don't have that much listed, and listing a few things every day helps with views for your shop.
6. Filling out your profile will help people connect with you, and could lead to more sales. Right now it is blank.
7. Shop policies! You have no information on shipping, returns, et cetera.
8. This may be a personal thing but the title part that says "uNiQuE KiTsCh" is kind of a turn off for me, with the random capitalization. It might be more professional to not do that, but it is completely up to you.
I hope this doesn't come across as me being Negative Nancy, because I think your charms are really cute! You also just have to get out there and network. Post here, post on the Etsy forums, blog about your jewelry, et cetera.
I heart stuff as gift ideas for occasions coming up. I heart stuff that I may buy later. It's exactly like the real world, I will think about something for a bit before I actually purchase it, especially if it is expensive. I heart it so I don't forget! I have hearted stuff I know I wont buy, but I am considering a custom request of something similar.
Sometimes I just can't order stuff right at this moment. I am currently in Iraq, but I have hearted several things I will look into buying when I get home. Sometimes I heart the seller, but if it is just one or two items I am interested in, I will heart the item for later reference-- if they are sold I will email and see if they have some more in stock, or whatever.
The rings are Jump Rings and you can get them at www.firemountaingems.com, or you can make your own! However, you might just want to buy them if you want an inexpensive metal and are just going to be making a couple of things.
I've never done chain maille, but the simple stuff doesn't look like it would be too hard. Your best bet is to find a tutorial/free pattern, there may even be some on here-- I know I've seen several people post great chain maille things on the finished jewelry board.
You could also try marketing classes. Find someone with a skill, set up some sort of contract where they teach.
One-time only classes.
Classes that run for several weeks, and offer FREE use of the space on off days to class participants.
So, say a person signs up for a quilting class that is once a week on fridays, for four weeks, and they can come in say, wednesdays and use the space for free (or whatever) in addition to being able to use the space on Friday. Or maybe the class starts at 6 PM, but all day Friday they can use it for free so they can come in early and/or stay late.
I think classes would be a good way to get people in who then would be interested in utilizing the space beyond the scope of the class.
Another idea: Guest speakers/workshops. Is there a local fabric store that would sponsor a day where they show how to sew a simple bag? You could work out a deal with them, because it would be advertisement for their business, and they could brings products such as fabric for people to use. This would probably cost less for you, than say the above idea where you would hire a local artisan to teach a craft.