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How to Charge Higher Prices for your Handmade Products

How to Charge Higher Prices for your Handmade Products

A lot of handmade business owners are timid to raise their prices or to even charge a price that ensures they’re covering all costs, AND making a profit.   You’ve likely read the typical article explaining how lowering your prices just to make a sale can be...
Craft Trends for 2020

Craft Trends for 2020

*UPDATE This article has been updated for 2020 trends but you can still find 2019’s trends at the end (many are still relevant).   Whether your handmade business follows trends or not, it’s always helpful to be informed and take color/scent/style trend...
How to Use Color at a Craft Show to Attract Shoppers

How to Use Color at a Craft Show to Attract Shoppers

Color is one of the easiest ways to make an impact at a craft show.   Color is what catches the eye, evokes an emotion within seconds, can help tell a story, and much more.   Using color effectively so your craft show display catches shoppers’ eyes is...
How to Know if You’re Offering Too Many Products

How to Know if You’re Offering Too Many Products

If you’ve been reading my articles for a while, have taken one of my free email courses or have read any of my ebooks, you know I encourage handmade businesses to limit how many products they make and sell. >> MAKE MORE MONEY AT CRAFT FAIRS >> HOW TO SELL...
How to Create an Entry-Level Product for your Handmade Business

How to Create an Entry-Level Product for your Handmade Business

Craft shows put a lot of potential buyers in front of your table/business.   But in most cases, they’re not familiar with your business and they didn’t stop by the craft show with intentions of purchasing your product.   Most craft show shoppers head to the...
Christmas Craft Trends for 2019

Christmas Craft Trends for 2019

This article stems from one of my most popular articles CRAFT TRENDS FOR 2019 as well as HOT ITEMS TO SELL AT CRAFT SHOWS IN 2018. I research and write these articles at the beginning of a new year, which means by the end of the year, trends may have changed, so I...
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