The Complete Idiot's Guide to Selling Your Crafts

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DK Publishing, Jul 6, 2010 - Crafts & Hobbies - 256 pages
Find profitable new outlets for selling your crafts. Selling crafts online is a successful trend, but this book explores so many other avenues for casual and active indie crafters, and teaches them how to work more efficiently, manage inventory, and find and utilize all outlets for selling their work. Clear, concise instructions on every aspect of selling crafts - from flea markets to websites - including: ?Pricing your crafts and managing inventory ?Creating an identity ?Payment, shipping, and promotion ?Selling venues (online, trunk shows, parties, fairs) ?Tax and business management

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User Review  - dark_phoenix54 - LibraryThing

While I wouldn’t say the book is for idiots, it is pretty basic. While it is inclusive, covering most aspects of both on line and on site selling, from insurance to figuring out prices to tax issues ... Read full review

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User Review  - lauriebrown54 - LibraryThing

While I wouldn’t say the book is for idiots, it is pretty basic. While it is inclusive, covering most aspects of both on line and on site selling, from insurance to figuring out prices to tax issues ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

Chris Franchetti Michaels is the editor of the Jewelry Making site on BellaOnline.com; she writes weekly articles and hosts online discussions about all aspects of jewelry making. Her original jewelry designs have been featured both in print and on television, including on several episodes of the DIY Network's "Jewelry Making," Chris creates jewelry at her studio, Chetti Designs (www.chettidesigns.com), and some of her projects are available as kits at www.chettibeads.com.

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