How to Overcome Sales Anxiety for Crafters

I am a firm believer in mind over matter.  Often times, what we think and feel directly impacts everything from our creativity level to our sales outcomes.  When do you find your creative flow is easisest? When you are relaxed, comfortable and at ease? Or when you are tense and worried? This same premise goes … “How to Overcome Sales Anxiety for Crafters”

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Craft Fair Advertising & Promotion Get More People to Your Event

You’ve done all the hard work of running a craft fair or signing on as a vendor, so now it’s time to focus on the common goal all vendors and promoters have – getting more people to attend the event. It seems in recent years there is a trend towards smaller crowd sizes.  Is this … “Craft Fair Advertising & Promotion Get More People to Your Event”

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Improve Sales With Great Craft Fair Signs

One element a lot of crafters gloss over is the power of good signs.  A lot of us just write a price and slap it on a container, but your signs provide a great “pre-sale” space that you should be taking advantage of. Today, we’ll talk about the power of great craft fair signs and … “Improve Sales With Great Craft Fair Signs”

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Where to Find Bulk Craft Supplies and Save Money

When you sell crafts at fairs, it’s important to be sure you are finding the best possible deals on your supplies. Larger operations need a business ID to get wholesale pricing, but most small handmade businesses can still source items inexpensively if you know where to look. Below is a list of several places where … “Where to Find Bulk Craft Supplies and Save Money”

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How Much Change to Bring to a Craft Show?

Wondering how much change you should have for a craft show? As a general rule, I bring between $60 to $100 in change depending on the event size. You want to bring enough, but not too much so that it’s easier to track and not a total loss if someone loses the box or it … “How Much Change to Bring to a Craft Show?”

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