When presenting yourself to potential employers or clients, always lead with your portfolio. It is the best representation of who you are and what you can do.
When you are first starting out you may not have any work experience on your resume related to web development. So instead of work experience you should list the 3 projects you worked on to build your resume.
Discuss what programming languages you used in the project and point out some of the special details you built into each site.
Your resume should have links to your portfolio or projects, a listing of your certifications or certificates, and a list of the programming languages you are proficient in.
Once you have all that together you are ready to make money!