Selling crafts is both fun and hard work. Nowadays there are so many compeitiors that it is hard to get noticed and often, if like me, you start selling from what was a hobby- a few people you give handmade gifts to ask for custom items, people start asking where you got things from and slowly word spreads, so then you think, I'll try online selling.
I personally would be crafting whether I sell or not (but it's great when people do buy from you.)
So I have searched through the Crfty Folk team on Etsy and selected a few crafters who have wonderful items and need a littl boost to get noticed and get those sales!
Please take a look at all these great crafters, visit their shops, pass it on and fingers crossed...buy!!
- I currently live in Birmingham and come from Solihull. I have a love of all things crafty, developed from my mom's love of crafts as I was growing up. I currently work in marketing, but I'm a qualified Aromatherapist, and use to be self employed alongside a day job, might one day return to that. I try to fit in crafts when I can, I wish I had more time and money to spend on it! I enjoy researching my family history and finding out about the past. It can get frustrating, but is really rewarding when you have a break through! I hope to meet people with similar interests as me and swap advice/stories.