Selling Crafts

I want to make things to sell, but I am not good on sewing or jewelry making.

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March 9, 20150 found this helpful
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If you want to sell things that you have made, you need to develop the skills and experience in a craft or crafts such as knitting, crochet, painting-oil & watercolor, pottery, woodworking, metalurgy, etc.

Choose a craft and dedicate yourself to the ongoing learning and continual practice it will take to achieve the skill level to produce items to sell. This will require many months, at least, and perhaps years before you can start to sell your crafts. Good Luck!

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July 13, 20150 found this helpful

You don't have to be an expert crafter to get started crafting. Here are some crafts you could sell and get started with fairly easily:

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Candles
Soaps
Wreaths
Ribbon angels or doily angels
Christmas ornaments or cards

The internet can be very helpful. Search for something that's not too complicated that you enjoy doing and try selling your finished products. It will be trial and error as you figure out what people want to buy.

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