Have you ever thought you could sell your art or crafts? If you have a creative hobby that you love, and friends and family are often telling you, “You could sell that!” – why not consider subsidizing your income or making a living as “craft-epreneur”? Folks all over the globe are reinventing their careers and selling their art and crafts.
A recent article in Martha Stewart magazine outlined how to turn craft-making into a career. It stressed answering these questions first:
5 questions to ask before quitting your day job to run off with the crafters:
Who will buy your crafts?
How will you finance your start-up?
What will your wages be?
How much help will you need to produce at a profitable scale?
How much will you need to charge to break even or better yet, make a profit?
Next: Where to sell your crafts and tips for crafters
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