Finally, straight talk on how to start your own craft business doing something you love!

"Have You Ever Wondered How Much More Enjoyable Your Life Could Be if You Started Your Very Own Craft Business?"

I will show you how to start, run, and market a successful craft business that will allow you to earn a healthy part-time or full-time income...

Dear Craft Enthusiast,

Do you love making unique gifts and keepsakes with your hands?  Have you had people ooh’ing and ahh’ing over your creations for years?  Do you wish you had more time so that you could do more crafting and maybe make money doing it?  If so, this could be the most wonderful letter you’ve ever read.  Why

Because I Can Show You How!

If you're creative and enjoy working with your hands, a crafts business could be your path to financial independence. With a minimal investment you can start grossing up to $100,000 a year doing something you love.

In fact, according to the Craft Organization Directors Association, there are 106,000 to 126,000 craftspeople working in the United States today and the average gross sales/revenue per craftsperson is $76,025.

If you've ever thought about starting and running your own successful craft business while avoiding some of the most common mistakes made by business newbies and using some of the most powerful marketing techniques available, then we can help you.

It’s a huge step when you decide to take a hobby to the next level and start trying to make money off of it.  It’s scary, it’s difficult, but it can be so very rewarding.  The key to making your crafting business a success is being prepared and armed with information.  You have to know what you’re doing before you can start.

That’s why I’m offering you these wonderful help guides absolutely FREE of cost to help you along the way!

When you start your own business, the advantages are huge.  Consider the following:

  • You make your own schedule – work at night if you want to

  • Work out of the comfort of your own home

  • Spend a few weekends away from home and count your money

  • Make your own decisions instead of having someone make them for you

  • Do something you love to do and gain the satisfaction of being your own boss

And those are just a few reasons why you should take the time to not only join us, but also put it’s valuable suggestions to work in your life right now!

If you’re a crafter who’s thinking about taking this step, we know who you are!  You’ve been crafting for years.  Your friends and relatives are thrilled when they receive a gift you’ve made yourself.  Your co-workers ask if you can make them one of your custom crafts for a gift.  They even offer to pay you for it!  Everyone comments about how unique and well-made your creations are.  Someone, at some time has said “You should sell these”. 

Then you begin to think, “Maybe I should sell these!”  An idea has been born.  You start to ponder the possibility, but you realize that without a steady paycheck, you’re more than scared.  It’s alright!  You don’t have to be scared.  Not when you join us.

There is a lot of money to be made. Starting a craft business can be much more profitable as a full or even part time business than you might think. Sure, a lot of people sell crafts part-time for a little fun and extra income.

Receive your FREE Special Help Guides on Starting a Craft Business...

Special Report 1: Getting Started in The Crafting Business

Topics Covered:

  • Beginner Basics: Ten Things You Should Know Before Opening a Craft Business
  • Stepping Stones: Ten Steps to Starting Your Own Hand Made Crafting Business
  • Don't Commit Yourself! Steps to Determine if a Handmade Craft Business Is Right for You
  • Labor of Love: Enjoy Your Hand Made Craft Business
  • Mail Order Works for Brides: Why Not Your Hand Made Crafts?
  • Mind Your Business: How to Change Your Outlook From Hobby to Profit
  • Selling Crafts Online: Ten Easy Steps to Create and Promote Your Website
  • Shipping Dilemmas: Getting Your Crafts into the Hands of a Buyer
  • Start Small and Market Big: Keeping an Eye on the Bottom Line In Your Craft Business
  • The Art of Self-Promoting: How to Expand Your Crafting Opportunities
  • Six Crafty Venues to Promote Your Hand Made Craft Business
  • What a Tangled Web We Weave: How-to on Marketing Yourself Online
  • The Friends and Family Network: The First Step to Marketing Your Crafts
  • Five Basics of Supply and Demand in the Hand Made Craft Business
  • How to Price Your Crafts: Five Ways to Boost Your Bottom Line

Special Report 2: Looking to Cash in on Your Spare Time Hobby: Craft Ideas That Sell Well

Topics Covered:

  • Find Your Niche: Specialize in Unique Craft Items
  • Get a Bead on Your Competition-Top Five Selling Beaded Craft Items
  • Get Lathered Up: Five Ideas for Promoting Your Specialty Soaps and Bath Products
  • Have a Plan: Budgeting for Seasonal Crafting Income
  • Hippity Hop: Easter Crafts to Cash In On
  • Home Grown Hand Crafts: Five Ideas on Marketing Dried Floral Bouquets
  • Knit Your Way to a Hand Made Knitted Crafts Business
  • Knock on Wood: Five Ways to Market Your Woodworking Crafts
  • Lighting a Fire: Five Tips for Profitable Candle Making
  • Lucky Charms: Profitable St. Patrick's Day Crafts
  • Making Memories: Five Places to Market Your Scrap Booking Crafts
  • Needling Your Competition: Three Ways to Promote Your Needlepoint Crafts
  • Ordinary to Extraordinary: Ten Trash to Treasure Crafts That Will Sell
  • Sew Far Sew Good: Five Basic Tips for Threading Your Way to Success
  • Square Off: How to Choose a Quilting Design That Sells
  • 'Tis the Season: Ten Ways to Market Your Hand Made Christmas Crafted Items

Special Report 3: Ways To Market Your Crafting Business

Topics Covered:

  • Capturing Craft Concepts: How to Network in the Community to Broaden Your Contact Base
  • Craft-Only Garage Sales: How to Market for the Holidays
  • EBay Your Way: How to be Profitable Selling Your Crafts Online
  • Lessons Learned: Supplement Crafting Business by Offering Craft Lessons
  • Get Some Class: Conduct Crafting Classes for Business Exposure
  • It's All About the Looks: How to Create Nifty Packaging for Your Hand Crafted Items
  • Know Your Audience: Five Ways to Choose What Crafts Will Sell
  • Learn the Local Language: Know the Rules on Setting up a Business in Your Home
  • Market Yourself: Five Tips to Selling Your Crafts in Your Own Backyard
  • Niche Marketing, Crafting Style: Five Ways to Find Your Target Audience
  • Where The Profits Are: Sell What Sells

Special Report 4: Top 10 Questions About Starting Craft Business Answers

I will show you:

  • How to turn your passion for crafts into a full- or part-time business (and it is much easier than you think)
  • Marketing tactics to drive paying customers to your crafting business.
  • Business planning tools to help you set up a new crafting business with confidence, or re-tool an existing crafting business for profitability.
  • Tips and techniques to make the most of craft fairs, consignment shops, and other selling opportunities.
  • How to sell your crafts online - including eBay, specialty craft sites, and even your own web site.
  • And much, much more...

These are more than just a guidebook, it’s a training manual designed especially for you – the beginning craft business.

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To your success,
Emily Jones