A common problem for craft sellers is how to price their items. I recently posted a slightly tongue-in-cheek, but (hopefully) also useful guide to pricing craft products, on the Etsy forums. Quite a few people seemed to enjoy it, so
Updated 15 September 2020 – originally posted 1 October 2014 If you make jewelry or other small items for sale, or just like to make sure that the gifts you give are attractive, then this tutorial may be of use.
https://media.blubrry.com/craftsellersuccess/craftsellersuccess.podbean.com/mf/play/nsxyjj/CraftSellerSuccess022.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS Packaging Your Craft Products Welcome to Episode 22 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. In this episode I discuss why packaging is an important part of your craft business,
https://media.blubrry.com/craftsellersuccess/craftsellersuccess.podbean.com/mf/play/jptxft/CraftSellerSuccess021.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | RSS Preparing for a Craft Stall or Craft Show Welcome to Episode 21 of the Craft Seller Success podcast. Lots of hints and tips to help you get ready for
Many crafters, especially when starting out in craft stall selling, consider sharing a craft stall with a friend or family member. Each person has their own products to sell, or you maybe will work on joint projects. This can be
Running a business always has some costs. Many are unavoidable, but some can be reduced. And less money going out of your business means more profit left over for you. So here are some ways to help with saving money
This post is a short version of preparing for the Christmas rush. For a more in depth article, and podcast you can listen to, click here – Preparing for Christmas Time Craft Selling – Craft Seller Success Podcast Episode 013.
I know that many of you are busy preparing stock for autumn and Christmas craft fairs and shows. So today’s blog post is a handy craft stall checklist to download. Just click the image below, or this link – Tin
Yesterday, I was lucky enough to go to the big Summer Crafting show at Doncaster Racecourse in Yorkshire, England. My mother and I went with a local craft group who had spare seats on their mini-bus. It took just over
Here are six simple ways you can improve a craft stall and increase your chances of making lots of sales. 1 – Clear, branded signage Many people dislike having to ask the price of something. So ensuring that your items