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  • Maybe you have a hobby that you're thinking about marketing, but you're trying to weigh the pros and cons. It's easy to give in to the negative aspects of starting your craft business, but there are also some really fantastic reasons to go for it.

    15 Reasons Why You Should Start a Handmade Craft Business

    15 Reasons Why You Should Start a Handmade Craft Business

    by craftybird14

  • Painting kids' faces is a great part-time job for creative and artistic people. If you think this might be a gig you're interested in, I've included my tips on supplies, designs, and what you need to consider as you get started!

    How to Start a Face Painting Business

    How to Start a Face Painting Business

    by JJNW3

  • Artists have a bad habit of looking at other creative minds as competition, rather than colleagues. I'd love to help more artists learn from each other and helping each other grow.

    How to Learn From Other Artists

    How to Learn From Other Artists

    by Leanore King3

  • Crafts fairs or bazaars are a great way to meet your target market, show your creative artwork, and make some money. Here is a list of easy and inexpensive crafts you can make or sew, and sell at a crafts fair, festival, or bazaar.

    Easy Crafts to Make or Sew and Sell at a Crafts Fair or Bazaar

    Easy Crafts to Make or Sew and Sell at a Crafts Fair or Bazaar

    by Shasta Matova31

  • Do you love crafting with your Cricut machine? Do what you love and make some money doing it! In this article, we'll go over some fun products you can create to sell with your machine.

    Make Money Using Your Cricut: 4 Product Ideas

    Make Money Using Your Cricut: 4 Product Ideas

    by Samantha Adams5

  • With a little planning ahead, setting up a craft show booth can be really fun and make a big difference to your sales.

    How To Set Up A Craft Show Booth

    How To Set Up A Craft Show Booth

    by Karen Creftor7

  • Learn art marketing tips from successful artists with years of experience. Watch their video interviews. Decide what will work best for you.

    How Artists Actively Promote Their Work

    How Artists Actively Promote Their Work

    by Barbara Radisavljevic73

  • This article outlines a simple way to catalog and track an artist's work. The catalog has many uses, not the least of which is to aid in marketing the artist's work to the public.

    How to Make a Catalog of Artwork

    How to Make a Catalog of Artwork

    by Dbro12

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