Becoming a Professional Craftsperson

How does one become a "professional crafter"?

By ticapet20 from Boynton Beach, FL

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September 3, 20090 found this helpful

Keep in mind that the only diff' between an amature and a professional is that a professional is paid. If you make and sell your items, you are a professional crafts person. If you want to go one more, see if you are good at making and selling, then get a small business license and see where that takes you. Good luck, and I hope that helped.

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September 4, 20090 found this helpful

consider Etsy.com

Etsy - Buy and Sell All Things Handmade

Marketplace for handmade products. Buy and sell crafts, housewares, clothing, accessories, art, needlecraft, and other work by independent artists.

www.etsy.com

Good luck.

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