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I've been working selling my wares at weekly markets for the past 4 years, and I always have other crafts people asking me for some tips and tricks to do them.
Many of the magazines I read include a feature that highlights the contributors to the magazine. Contributors can be regulars used by the magazine every issue or more free-lance and even as a one time only submission.
You've fallen in love with a pattern and everyone's telling you that you should make those and sell them -- you'd make a lot of money. But there's some question in your mind about that -- the pattern says "for personal use only". Maria explains the basics
They sell licensed fabric with college logos, popular characters, and many more licensed designs, but I heard that someone got a cease and desist letter the other day? What's the story? Get an overview of what all this means from Maria Nerius.
Once you've started a Craft Blog, there are a few simple things you can do to help make your blog more successful. These are just a few tips for craft business ideas and craft business plans that appeal to readers and attract a wider audience.
To Price or not To Price? That's the question. Do you spend the time pricing every item with a price tag or sticker or do you save time by just putting up a sign and fielding any questions in the booth. Maria offers her suggestions.
If you're making crafts to sell, you want to know how to price your work and what to consider when you price your work. Maria Nerius gives you some things to think about in this Craft Business article.
In this economy, every little bit helps, and selling your crafts through your own craft business might be a way for you to earn some extra income from your creative business. The first step is deciding just how much time you have available to craft and create an inventory to sell.
Your favorite magazine or manufacturer has said "yes, we want to use your design." Now they're talking about All Rights or First Rights and your head is spinning. Maria explains the basics on contracts in this article.
An open house is one of the ways that you can earn money to offset your craft habit or earn some extra income for your household. Many crafters would like to sell items they make. Here's a guide to hosting an open house.
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