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Arts and Crafts from Home

Arts and Crafts from Home


Arts and Crafts are not just fun to do, they can be a good solid honest work at home endeavor for literally tens of thousands of people throughout the United States and other countries who are very fond of arts and crafts. While most work at home involving arts and crafts is performed by women, there are certainly men involved as well. Both men and women working from home will often show off their wares at street fairs or swap meets. Sometimes local businesses will even pay them to display their products as an incentive for other people to buy the items necessary to replicate that particular art or craft while posting information about how to contact the artisan directly if so desired. The items created by such people working from home are often unbelievably beautiful and desirable to have for display in one’s home..


One store in particular used to display home made afghans. The name of the lady who made the afghan in question was prominently displayed as was the price and contact information if someone wished to purchase it. You might ask why a store would do this. The answer is simple. It would catch the eye of so many people that it nearly tripled the yarn sales for the store. Not to mention the other craft supplies people may have picked up while in the section. The lady working from home to make the afghans normally sold at least one per month from this particular store. This same store did similar displays with dresses, children’s clothing and holiday costumes in the fabric department. Once again the items themselves would be available for purchase while leading to dramatically increased sales in patterns, fabrics, threads and other sundry items.


The point of all of this is that there are multiple ways of getting your arts and crafts you have done while working at home to market. Open your mind to the possibilities.


Published Monday, July 03, 2006 11:03 AM by Writer



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