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Are You Making Money At Craft Shows?
If you are involved in the crafts business, and are profitable, you are among the rare breed who have successfully combined art with business. If, however, you still have yet to show a profit (or enough profit) after a show, this article may get you going in the right direction. More ...

Protecting Your Craft Shows Profit - Copyrighting Your Crafts
You can protect your crafts from copyright and trademark infringement. We'll discuss three things you should know about copyrighting and trademarking - and maybe even patenting your crafts. More ...

How to Open a Shop on CafePress Step-by-Step
CafePress is an Internet business that provides you the opportunity to set up your own online storefront. You provide your own designs to put on the products that CafePress provides you. When they sell, you and CafePress both earn money. More ...

Saving Money on Craft Show Supplies
Supplies are what make a craft. Unless you are making something where you can use regular household items, or that don't need anything but the buyer to complete the sale, then supplies are going to be a major part of your crafts. More ...

How to Sell Art
Knowing how to sell art will help you become familiar with the business side of art. If you're a first time seller you don't need an agent or a masterpiece to sell your art. Follow these tips to help all of your hard work pay off. More ...

Which Craft Shows Do I Choose?
Various factors will affect your decision, such as the type of craft show, the types of products at the show, the types of customers the show attracts, how vendors are selected, the type of promoter in charge of the show, where the craft show is located, the costs to enter and probably a few more. More ...

How to Start a Crafts Business
Your friends and family have probably received your crafted products as gifts or they've seen your talents and have said "You could sell this stuff!" As you already know, it isn't easy. But you've just taken the first and most important step - you asked for help. More ...

How to Reduce Craft Show Costs
It's not always easy. I think there are four main ways to reduce craft show costs without sacrificing the quality of your craft, nor affecting the overall sales. More ...

Online Benefits for Craft Businesses
The internet has endless benefits for craftspeople, not just as a medium for selling, but for each step that leads to sales. The fact that you're reading this shows that you already use the web for information, but have you considered the following. More ...

Seven Point Checklist for Starting Your Craft Business
Do you have an extraordinary talent to create craft items? Are you looking for a way to pursue a venture of your own? The following checklist will assist you to take your hobby one step further and start your own craft business. More ...

Making Rubber Stamps With Liquid Polymer
If you are interested in making rubber stamps and have investigated other rubber stamp making methods you should seriously consider polymer stamp production as a serious option. More ...

Small Things That Make Craft Show Profits Bigger
The small things related to craft show booth, the appearance of the staff inside the booth, and how you interact with customers all has something to do with the overall success of the sales at your craft show. More ...

Extra Profits at Your Craft Show Booth
The best way to extra profits at Your craft show booth is to have a few extras in that aren't full crafts. What do I mean by this? Well, below are a couple of ideas. More ...

Soap Making Guide - Make Beautiful, Professional Soap
If you want to make homemade soap just like a professional soapmaker, then you need a great guide to show you step by step in the easiest way possible. While making homemade soap is quite simple, you need to know about a few things before you are ready to start creating beautiful soaps. More ...