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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.
Starting out a crafting business can be scary. Most of us start online through an Etsy shop (or something similar). A great way to gain exposure for your company is to showcase at local craft shows and fairs. Read this great article full of craft show ideas and tip for creating engaging craft show displays.
I could go on about search engine optimization, or how to take better pictures, or go into the whole philosophy of Winnie the Pooh, but this is easier, more basic, and I believe more necessary. Check out these craft business ideas and tips to widen your audience.
Learn to get through your creative blocks with these great craft business ideas that will help you latch onto craft business opportunities and create amazing products for your customers. Maintain your craft business and stir your creative juices.
When working from home, it is easy to forget to add a little me time to your schedule. These craft business ideas will help you set aside your work for some time to retain your sanity and not burn out your interest in your craft small business.
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.
Engage with your trade as a craft designer by establishing contacts and networking within the craft business. Do not let starting a home craft business get you down when you can learn how to run a successful craft business on your own! This article by Maria Nerius is full of great tips for joining the Craft and Hobby Association and more!
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
Learn how to sell your craft designs in this great article by Maria Nerius, FaveCrafts' resident craft expert. She details the basics of how to sell designs and patterns for publication in magazines, on websites and more!
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