Hi Carrie and welcome to the forum,
I've taken a quick look at a few of your listings and while your descriptions seem OK from both a informational and layout perspective, you could definitely make some improvements there by developing a HTML template to better brand yourself.
The two bigger or issues that stand out to me or I should say the two biggest issues, are the fact that you are a very new seller with a feedback score of just 1 and the fact that at least most of the products are quite clearly identifiable as dropshipped products by the generic white backgrounds.
Those white backgrounds are a HUGE red flag to anyone who knows about dropshipping, what they say in BIG BOLD letters to those people are that "I'm not the actual owner of these products" So they know that in the event of having an issue they need resolved, they're stuck talking to the Horses tail (no offence) not the Horses head and that worries a lot of buyers.
So you combine those two factors to start with, dropshipped products and virtually no feedback as a seller, just those two alone are enough to cause concerns with many customers.
Now I'm not saying that you should lie about selling dropshipped items, not at all, but you shouldn't be going out of your way to highlight it as marketing tool. That's essentially what you, and many others I should say, are actually doing with these style of listings.
So for me, I can see upgrading your listings to a HTML template for better branding that inspires customers to spend their money, not cause them concerns about spending it. If at all possible, use images that DON'T highlight the fact you are dropshipping and find ways to quickly increase your feedback.
How do you increase your feedback?
Well you have a couple of options, you can spend some cash, maybe 50 or 100 and buy lots of little things just to get feedback from sellers. Now seller feedback is of course different different to buyer feedback, but any feedback is much better than virtually none at all in my books. The other option to consider is throwing out some well priced loss-leaders.
Take at look at your hardest competition and see what their prices on the same products are. Then come in under them by a number, let's say 5% cheaper. Yes, you are loosing money, but what you are also doing is marketing yourself by driving traffic to your listings, building a customer base that you can then market directly to for future sales and building feedback.
No that option will see you going backwards short term, but if you do it right it can see you really move forward in the long term.
I hope that feedback was of some help for you :)