Homepreneurs recently discussed creating a home business from Arts and Crafts. We believe this market is growing, cost-effective, and a business option for many. Arts and Crafts can be done part-time, full-time, by the employed, retired or semi-retired. In part one, we examined crafting as a business option, part two focused on marketing, and part three covered several sales channels. Part 4 of our crafting series covers general guidelines about craft pricing. Please note that each market and product pricing model is different based on location, competition, and uniqueness
Turn your hobby into a money-making machine. Crafts and crafting are perhaps the ultimate home business that is fun too! The typical crafter displays at local or regional craft shows; higher end artisans travel around the country. Liam Hughes, profiled as a Homepreneurs Success Story, is an example of a nationally known artist that attends many shows around the country.
A full-time home business or job is not always desirable or practical. Fortunately, many options exist for part-time businesses at home. This post lists and describes several options that do not require full-time commitment or dedication. These positions can be ideal for those seeking a second income or experience in other areas.