Start a Crafts Business
Selling Crafts - Are You Ready to Start Your Own Home Craft Business?
The CODA reports that there are 127,000 professional craft artists in the United States, and
the average gross annual revenues for craft businesses reaches $78,000. If you are thinking
about joining the ranks of these professional craft artists, answering these questions will
to help determine if you are ready to start. More ...
Spice Up Your Craft Show Booth
You need to use your imagination, and you also need to use a little bit of creativity and
marketing savvy in order to get those valued customers to open up their wallets and purses
in your craft show booth. Here are four ideas for displaying crafts in order to attract more sales. More ...
Making a Profit Selling Your Ceramic Crafts
Creating and selling handmade ceramic articles have become a very profitable business
venture in recent times. This is mainly due to the demands of the consumers who mostly
seek after handmade and unique items to adorn their homes and work places. More ...
Tips for Selling Crafts
There are plenty of ways to turn your hobby into a profitable craft business. As you
try different methods for selling crafts, you'll quickly discover what works best for
you, your work preferences and your products. Here are a few tried and true methods
and some things to consider about each method. More ...
Easy Soap Making - Easy to Follow Guide and Recipe!
Searching for recipes for easy soap making can easily lead anyone to believe that
easy soap making is just not possible. The following is a recipe that clearly explains
how to easily make lovely individually sized decorative soaps. More ...
Build a Home Based Business Selling Crafts Online
Selling crafts online is a great way to make money. With enough time and effort, you
could even turn your crafting hobby into a home based business that supports you and
your family. Although you'll have a lot to learn about selling products online,
getting started is both quick and easy. More ...
The Business Side of Craft Shows
Starting a craft show business when you're really an artist at heart may be a rude
awakening for you. Nevertheless, if you decide to turn your hobby into a business,
you need to switch hats from time to time. More ...
Creative Ways to Sell Your Arts and Crafts
If you're the creative type, you may want to try making extra cash in the art and crafts
field. This hobby can quickly turn into a very profitable business. With today's
technology, you're able to reach a wider audience to sell your arts and crafts. 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 ...
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 ...
Selling Crafts - Wholesale vs. Retail Sales
When you are selling crafts, you'll need to determine whether you plan on selling crafts
primarily on a wholesale basis, or directly to retail customers. There are pros and cons
inherent in each type of craft business, so it will be important to think through your
options and decide which approach works best for you. More ...
Making Money With a Home Crafts Business
Thinking of starting a home crafts business? Handmade crafts have grown in popularity
because people want something different and special. Here are some great tips and
ideas about turning your hobby, creativity or interest into a profitable home based business. 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 ...
Sewing to Sell
Turn your passion for sewing into a successful home business. Hands on guide shows you how. More ...