Selling Art & Crafts

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Resources to Help Develop Your Creative Arts Business

Updated April 2012


What To Sell

Your Product: Sell What You Love (etsy.com/blog)

Art & Craft Shows

Anatomy of a Show (xanadugallery.com)
Marketing Your Art Though Art Shows and Festivals (cottonridgellc.com)
Art & Craft Show Displays by Timothy Morefield (cottonridgellc.com)
Softies For Sale Series: Craft Fairs (whileshenaps.typepad.com)

Completed Earring Display Rack

 

Jewelry Displays
DIY Shadow Box Earring Display Rack For Craft Shows (cottonridgellc.com)
Jewelry Display Ideas For Craft Shows (cottonridgellc.com)
Craft Show Booth (jewelry-display-ideas.com)
Kim Forrer Designs Craft Show Booth Ideas (jewelry-display-ideas.com)
DIY Jewelry Display (abeautifulmess.typepad.com)
Designing a Cohesive Jewelry Display For Craft Fairs (ninadesigns.com)
Easy Jewelry Display (ninadesigns.com)


Selling Online

Online Venues

ArtFire
More than Commerce, Community. As an interactive handmade market place and craft community our mission is to support your business and your brand with innovative features and functions. We are an e-commerce company and we focus on support of member’s needs by taking a service first approach.”

Bonanza
“Everything but the ordinary. Save up to 50% on fees when your items sell; easily import items from eBay & Etsy; worry-free automatic listing of items on Google & Bing; post your items in seconds.”

Etsy
Etsy is the world’s handmade marketplace. Our mission is to empower people to change the way the global economy works. We see a world in which very-very small businesses have much-much more sway in shaping the economy, local living economies are thriving everywhere, and people value authorship and provenance as much as price and convenience. We are bringing heart to commerce and making the world more fair, more sustainable, and more fun.”

Storenvy
Support Indie Brands!  Storenvy is a marketplace and store platform for the world’s most unique businesses. Shop thousands of indie merchants or open your own store for free.”

Yardsellr
Buying and selling is always fun with Yardsellr, but so is the conversation in the blocks. Blocks are loaded with people who love what you love and there are thousands of comments and conversations to join. (To be honest, that’s just as important to us as the cash register.) Give it a try!”

 Articles

4 Quick Tips: Editing Photos in Photoshop for Etsy (elunajewelry-nc.blogspot.com)

Here are Etsy’s own tips for getting your goods noticed and sold on the online craft marketplace (thenextweb.com)

Craft Marketplace Review: Selling on Artfire


Copyright 2012 Kathryn Depew

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