Using Zen cart and matching your exisiting design would entail changing the Zen cart header and footer and making some changes to the CSS.... nothing too terrible... for the graphics... To include a "custom" message or something like that on the cards themselves would require a short 2nd step.
Give us a shout if you feel it`s beyond your scope....
May I ask why all the pages are in flash? There really isn`t anything "flashy" (like the other web site) going on and it will hurt you in the search engines. I would go to straght HTML if you can.
The high heel shoe threw me... I`d assume of you are running my errands you`d need sneakers
Can you divide up the menu and create an image rollover so that when the mouse passes over each selection the arrow points to it - and can be set up so that the arrow stays on the menu item that corellates to the page.
The only other thing I spotted (and you may have done this on purpose) is the text on some of the pages (ie: Contact Form on the Contact page) has a white background and is a graphic. If this was done to make that text stand out - you can punch it a little more - right now it "appears" as if it was a mistake... maybe that`s not the correct word, but I think you may know what I mean.
Thank you for the feedback! Steve: That`s a common observation (one that we`ve been trying to work on) -- our header menu is static so the arrow doesn`t follow it which can be confusing when you navigate through the pages. I tried working on it yesterday, but haven`t figured it out yet. Would be great if the menu was more Flash than static ... but that will be down the road ... Want to hire us? :-)
Craig (above) has a great idea! Lay it all out... so yu can "see" it then come up with a structure on the site that makes sense. There are lots of ways you can divide up the merchandise...
You really need to make your opening page pop, get rid of the all caps and get some fabulous photos of your work there.
Think about these questions too:
1 - Why should I buy from you as opposed to someone else ?
2 - Do you offer refunds, exchanges, what methods of CC payment do you take?
The visitor has to know you are there for them. Build trust. Perhaps a page (on the backend for those interested) that speaks to how you come up with jewelry ideas, or your "philosophy"... Offer the visitor something they may not find else where.