I gave up on Etsy. It's US-based and in the end, for me it was just too big. My store got swallowed up and disappeared into it. No amount of keywording, hash tagging, even paid google advertising, improved my visibility. Chooice.co.nz is local, and that, I'm discovering, has several benefits.
Setting up a Chooice store is not too different to creating one on Etsy, except that I had instant online support from the admins when I ran into a glitch. We're not only in the same time zone, we're in the same city.
I can sell my physical product here too. On Etsy I was limited to digital downloads. Shipping overseas from New Zealand would have cost $50, outrageous when the colouring book itself is under $20. Now postage is a tenth of the price and I can allow pickups.
In a covid-world where the global marketplace has shrunk to a small, locked-down island, selling and shopping local makes good sense, both logistically and ethically.
On Chooice, my store is called Artyfacts. Pop in sometime.