Cashing In On Your Creativity: Turning a Hobby into Income
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.
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Sep 05, 2017
This is a very informative blog. I love how much information on how to cash in on your hobby.
Jan 09, 2017
I think this article makes you think about your costs and time and what you should charge. That is a problem when you sell, how to figure how much to charge without overcharging. I know the website Etsy. people sell handcrafts all the time on that site. Etsy takes a percentage so that must be figured in too.
Feb 12, 2017
I agree with you completely. This is why I have not got serious about selling my crafts because there is so much you have to think about and by the time I figure out what I need to charge I think Really that is a lot and I do not want to get stuck with a lot of items I could not sell. I second guess myself. This article does give great advice. Do you sell your crafts?
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