Threadymade is a new craft kit company that provides pre-pleated and smocked fabrics for garment sewing at home
Between work-life separation, following a self-imposed schedule, and staying connected to colleagues, here’s a look at how four pro crafters found their “new normal” working from home in 2020.
Starting in June, Airbnb announced it would expand its services to include Online Experiences, billed as “unique activities to do at home.” Craft instructors test it out and gain an audience there.
Selling beauty supplies online can be a great small business, but it requires complying with FDA safety guidelines and, if you want to sell on Etsy, you’ll need to follow the marketplace’s rules as well.
Story Pins give users a new, in-depth way to display content on the social platform rather than just a snapshot by uploading an entire DIY as a single pin.
Adding barcodes to product packaging can help craft business owners expand their reach. While some entrepreneurs run a successful craft business from their home, others will be looking to vend at retail stores and online giant Amazon. For this reason, they may eventually shop for proper barcodes.
Fulfillment by Amazon (Amazon FBA) allows businesses to send their handmade items in bulk to a shipping center and have Amazon fulfill those orders directly.
Following federal regulations, using proper product labels, and shopping for business insurance are important considerations for body care sellers on Etsy.
Though Etsy allows the sale of edible products online, it’s on the seller to make sure they are conducting a legal and safe business.
Skillshare, an online learning community for creators, offers 27,000 online classes with a focus on design and illustration, entrepreneurship, business, photo and film, writing, and crafts, among other topics.