Start a Crafts Business
Turn Your Reborn Doll Craft Into a Website
When you decide to start your reborn doll website remember it's a marketing tool, the
same as a shop front is. The purpose of your website is to sell your expertise as a
reborn doll artist and in the process make money from your reborn doll talents. More ...
Sewing to Sell
Turn your passion for sewing into a successful home business. Hands on guide shows you how. More ...
Can Craft Show Promotion Affect Your Bottom Line?
The professional craft shows will do all they can to draw large crowds, as they know it
benefits them and their vendors. Other promoters do as little as possible and rely on
reputation and local promotion. More ...
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 ...
How to Create Your Own Unique Painted Wine Glasses
Here is a simple, easy to follow guide onto how to create your own unique painted
wine glasses. The first step you need to take to get your project going is to locate
all the things you will need. 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 ...
How to Cut Down Your Competition When Selling Your Crafts
As a crafter and a small businessperson, you can do your own craft marketing or pay
someone to do it for you. It?s a balancing act. If you do it yourself, you must go
to shows or run your own store or website. The more time you spend doing that the
less time you can spend crafting. More ...
Where to Sell Your Arts and Crafts Online
Selling your homemade arts and crafts online can be a way to make extra money. Here's a
list of sites where you can sell your arts and crafts online. More ...
Making money with craft show customer service!
Buyers often come to craft shows to see unusual objects and meet the artists, so give
them what they came for. Explain briefly about your crafts and how you make them - if
it's a unique process. Talk about a specific item they may be showing an interest in
- strictly from an informational standpoint. More ...
Selling Your Crafts Over the Competition
If you are planning to head to several craft shows to sell your items, there is a
good chance that somewhere along the line you are going to run into someone who sells
a similar craft to yours. More ...
Craft Shows that are Right for You!
To begin investigating which shows to apply to, you might start with what you know - those
shows you've attended, ones that are within an hour or so of your home and ones other
vendors have recommended. More ...
Craft Show Booth Pizzazz - How You Can Do It!
But, some craft buyers the key to the sale might lie in the "extras" that you have
in your booth. Following are four things you can do in your booth to add a little
touch of perceived value to your crafts, and attract a little bit of attention to
your booth in the process. More ...
Taking Credit Cards at Craft Shows
Crafters have reported in various surveys that have credit card capability has
increased their sales by as much as 35 percent. Accepting credit card payments
is almost a necessity today. 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 ...