Craft shows are a mainstay of many who create crafts either as a hobby or as a business. Whether you’re a newcomer to selling at craft fairs or are a seasoned veteran, there are mistakes that you should take care to avoid. Read more below!
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The online world represents a huge opportunity for selling crafts. Whether you list your products on eBay, Etsy, Not on the High Street, or even have your own website, there’s so much potential to reach a huge audience.
However, we’ve noticed some common mistakes people make when selling crafts online. To give your craft business the best possible chance of being successful, make sure you avoid these five major mistakes!
If you do really well selling at fairs, but have been struggling to make as much of an impact online, poor photography could be playing a part. We go over some basic considerations!
Are you considering making the transition and turning your craft hobby into a business? We’ve outlined some of the most important things you’ll need to consider.