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We've all seen a photo of a craft for sale and wondered "what IS that?" Unfortunately, customers don't usually spend time trying to figure it out, they just click to the next item. Here are some great tips on how to improve your pictures and your sales!
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.
Doing craft shows can be fun and profitable! Thats how we got started at Land of Odds. We made up a lot of jewelry. We put together some glass covered display boxes.
Stephen "Suede" Baum is a seasoned professional with over 15 years of experience in the fashion industry. His revenues exceed $5 billion at retail.Most recently, Suede has signed an exclusive deal with Simplicity Creative Group and will have product available in stores Early 2011.
This handout was part of a presentation at the Summer 2010 CHA tradeshow in Chicago. Read tips on how to survive as a creative business owner.
Today's post comes from my own personal experience this past Halloween. I'm not a huge fan of Halloween, but I decided to turn on our porch light and provide candy for the neighborhood ghosts and goblins this year.
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.
Part of pricing your crafts for sale is establishing your labor costs. Maria Nerius offers some guidance on how to set your wage.