It does take time to get sales and a massive amount of work.
Not just in your listings but promoting and don’t only rely on one social media platform for that. The more social media sites you use the wider your reach will be.
You need to use all 5 photo’s not just one. Customers will want to see not just the front, but the back, sides, close up of bits etc etc
Your descriptions need a lot of work the most important information should be at the top of the description ie what the item is a teddy bear holding a chocolate bar, colour type of material used, size etc etc.
Your bit about loving chocolate really isn’t what customers will be looking for first that should come at the end of the description as it’s extra information.
Customers want to see the the details straight away not read a essay to get to the information they require to make up their mind on whether to buy or not.
Also try using some two word tags or even three word tags you have plenty of room for them. Think about what words potential customers will put into a search box to find your items.
For bears it might be bear or teddy or teddy bear for instance.
Here is a list of different ways to promote your items and shop
word of mouth
joining in the promotional threads on the forum
Being part of craft forums I find helps as well.
But beware it’s small gains and most online businessess don’t do well for the first 2 years and many simply give up. It’s a long haul thing really.
I hope some of this will help and all the best.