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7 Places to Sell Your Handmade Items

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Do you love to craft? If you are a talented crafter and have been told you should sell your handmade wares, you might be wondering where to do so. The great news is, there is a huge market for handmade items out there, and buyers may be looking for what you offer. If you are ready to make an income from your handmade items, take a look below at 7 places to sell your handmade items. When you keep these options in mind, you can get those handmade items sold!

Etsy
Etsy is the number one selling place for all things handmade. Create a simple and inexpensive listing and show your handmade items off to people all over the world. This is one of the biggest forums to sell your handmade items in and by far one of the cheapest. Find out more at Etsy.com.

eBay
Crafters are starting to use eBay to sell their handmade items, and they are doing well at it. Ebay’s handmade market is growing, and buyers are flocking to it to find quality handmade items. For a low fee, you can list your own handmade items and show your talents off worldwide. Sell your items via an eBay store, or via auction, it is up to you. Go to Ebay.com to learn more.

Host a home show
Why not invite family and friends into your home for a home show? Host an evening in with snacks and drinks, set up a display of your offerings. Invite guests to snack and browse, and take home some handmade goods in the process. This is a great way to get your work out there in the comfort of your home.

Craft and vendor events
Who doesn’t love a craft fair? , or a low fee you can rent a booth space and set up for the day. Local buyers will come in and shop and be able to see your wares firsthand. Craft fairs are also great for meeting other crafters and learning about other possible shows in your area.

Fairs and festivals
Local fairs and festivals often offer booth space for crafters if you ask. For a fee you can rent a space and show off your items to all of the traffic that comes through. Talk to churches to see when their festivals are, or check with the city to find out when local festivals are. See if booth rental is available and if it is, don’t be shy, take advantage of it.

Facebook selling groups
You can find so many selling groups via Facebook these days. See if there are any craft groups in your area where crafters can showcase their items. If you can’t find one, start a fan page for yourself. This is a great way to show off what you have available and sell directly to your followers.

Craigslist
This may not be your first option, but the truth is Craigslist does have vast craft and hobby section. Try listing your craft items for sale and see what type of responses you get. Craigslist is also a great way to show off your Facebook fan page or alert the public as to where you will be set up next.

Turn your hobby into a business when you keep these 7 places to sell your handmade items in mind. You will no doubt bring your buyers something wonderful, and being able to make money off your hard work will no doubt feel rewarding.

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