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.
Starting up an Etsy shop and want to ensure it’s as strong as possible? We’ve put together some tips for selling on Etsy!
Not on the High Street is a great marketplace for selling unique products. We’ve got some tips on how to improve your application, as well as on selling your products if you get through!
Taking your first steps in the online craft marketplace can be daunting. We’ve put together some hints and tips to help with the start of the process – identifying the best places to sell crafts online.
You put a lot of work into making your crafts, so you want the best possible chance of selling them. We’ve got a few hints and tips! A badge maker kit from eBadges is often used to make badges, magnets and other products which go on to be sold in various ways. We’ve got some advice […]
Summer’s here, which means it’s the season for school sports days. Why not make your own sports day medals to double the fun? We’ve been busy recently preparing for the Race for Life 5K, which has got us all in a sporty mood. With National School Sport Week just around the corner (26th-30th June), what […]
Pushing the pressie perimeters for Pa! Presents versus experiences, that’s the question on many people’s minds at this time of the year. Does dad need a gift to unwrap or would he rather an experience to remember? With Father’s Day lurking mid-month (June 18th) it’s a conundrum you may imminently be needing to address. Personally […]
We’re proud to announce a winning combo which is helping raise the profile of a national cancer charity. eBadges has been supporting CoppaFeel!, a high-energy organisation working tirelessly to empower every young person within the UK to be proactive about their own health and body. Badges and boobs go gloriously together – and we’ve been […]
Although people might now be more likely to show their support for a political party or individual through Facebook, badges and buttons have been part of the political process for centuries.