How to Find Things to Make and Sell
Discover how to find crafts or things to make and sell as a home business. In the list below, you will find some of the best selling crafts business ideas. Learn how to stay ahead of the competition with marketing tips from professional craft artists and gallery owners.
Start with the article on finding crafts to make and sell here. It explains several ways you can gather product ideas and the best selling craft business tip that will make you more money than any other. Explore Craftmarketer’s resources at our sitemap.
Resources for different kinds of crafts to make and sell:
* How to launch your own woodworking business for under $1,000 and make $90,000 to $150,000 a year. As seen on TV, Yahoo, AOL, Entrepreneur, CNN, USA Today and more.
* You too can learn the ‘secrets’ professional spa owners use to create luscious bath bombs, soothing creams and aromatic fragrance products. The Handcrafter’s Companion is your comprehensive, step-by-step guide to creating your own spa-quality products, for fun and profit.
* Easily find trusted dropshippers and wholesalers. Over 8000 security-screened suppliers — They only list genuine wholesalers offering genuine wholesale prices. A great source of ideas for things to sell online.
* Knitting for profit. Proven ways to make money from your knitting or crochet crafts to make and sell.
* Join a professional jewelry maker as she shows you exactly how to make beautiful fork bracelets and necklaces.
* Now you can create mind-blowing artistic images with top secret photography tutorials with step-by-step instructions. Believe it or not, you don’t have to own super expensive equipment or be some kind of camera wiz to take high quality camera shots like these…
* Start your own candy bouquet business. Learn how to create delicious, creative candy baskets and sell them as a business.
* Woodworker reveals his secret archive of step-by-step 16,000 woodworking plans and projects.
I have been making and selling crafts since 1984. Ive sold at craft fairs, expos, festivals, through stores and at my own gallery ( my bio ). Craftmarketer is here to help you bypass some of the common pitfalls many beginning craft artists make starting their business.
After you have determined exactly which crafts to make and sell that fit with your personal creative direction, use the resources on this site to find craft shows to get started. I recommend craft fairs as a great way to start selling. Local events won’t cost you a fortune, you can test your product ideas, and make cash sales. Quick tip: don’t forget to keep track of your customers’ contact information. People who buy from you are the most likely to purchase again in the future.