Every June, the world comes together to celebrate LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) Pride, with parades and festivals extending into July. This dates back to 1969, with LGBT communities holding demonstrations against acts of violence, and encouraging gay people to come together without fear of being themselves and being arrested for it. Now, it’s […]
Are you thinking of setting up store at one of the UK’s craft fairs? One thing you’ll need to bear in mind is getting the correct insurance. If you want to sell your wares at craft fairs, then the simple answer is, yes you will need to purchase insurance. In fact, fair organisers will often […]
Our badge makers are often used by creative crafters who sell their creations, both online and offline. Etsy & other well-known marketplaces aren’t the only option though. We take a look at some other sites that are great for selling crafts.
Are you looking for inspiration for your next crafting project? We’ve got just the thing for you: take a look at our 5 favourite craft bloggers – with a range of tutorials, printables and guides, they’re guaranteed to get you creative in 2018!
There are 25 million sellers and 171 million buyers on eBay. With such a huge market out there, as a crafter, why not get a slice of the action?
Whether you currently sell your crafts online, or are purely selling offline through word of mouth, to see an increase in sales, you need to start promoting your business. Many different crafters see success through social media, whether selling badges they’ve made at home with a badge making machine, or festive decorations in the run […]
As the nights draw in and the temperature dips, pre-Christmas evenings make the perfect time to keep cosy and get crafting. Not only can you make beautiful creations for yourself, why not turn your talents to making some stunning handmade Christmas gifts for your nearest and dearest.
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!