New products and limited-release products both offer powerful marketing opportunities for small businesses to bring customers back to the store, keep a business fresh, and promote engagement.
Fabric.com announced to vendors today that the company, which is owned by Amazon, will be shutting down as of October 20.
Learn about Cricut’s new Contributing Artists Program, which launched in May as a way to grow and enhance the thousands of images offered in the Cricut Design Space® app.
Hey craft business owners! This gift guide is just for you. If someone has been asking you what you want this holiday, we know you’ll find some things on this list that you’ll need and love. Treat your business (and yourself) to something fun this holiday season!
We take a look at creative trends to expect this Halloween and how this holiday will return to pre-covid levels of popularity.
Embroidery artist Melissa Galbraith created a set of custom embroidered pillows for the band Florence + the Machine. Here’s how she got that gig.
Through her business, Avlea Folk Embroidery, Krista West is bringing Greek folk embroidery designs to the US market through kits and patterns.
JOANN is launching a small business wholesale site similar to Darice that will include every SKU at JOANN with a $50 minimum order.
Kamaca Champion had a dream. She wanted to open a yarn store that would serve Chicago’s South Side and enhance a sense of community there. But it would take her years to realize the dream that would become Miss Purl.
If you’re finding it difficult to keep up with shipping and fulfillment demands with an in-house arrangement, you may be ready to upgrade to a third-party fulfillment center.
The #100dayproject is now an annual event on Instagram. This is a free global art project for creatives, who are charged to pick an action, do it consistently for 100 days, and share it. Follow these tips to make your project a success.
We interview Elan Katav, founder of Cupixel, an app and kit company that helps novices draw using augmented reality.
What does it take to bring home economics back to public schools? We talk with one teacher who successfully revived the program in her rural Virginia district.
We take a look at modern cross stitch movements that include political, snarky, sassy and subversive messages.
We take a look at some of the ways QR codes can be useful for your craft business, as well as highlight a few of the best free and paid options for generating QR codes.
What exactly is a Buy Now Pay Later app, and what are the benefits and risks to using one for your business? We review the pros and cons as well as the features of the most popular apps.
Congratulations to our 2022 scholarship program recipients.
Learn how Christy Nelson applied for and participated in the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses (10KSB) program, and how that changed the way she operated her business, Makit Takit.
The paper shortage is taking a toll on craft publishers, causing longer waits, higher prices, and diminishing the eco-friendly options available at any given time.
Many people hesitate to create videos often because they just don’t like being on camera. The good news is you can create amazing videos that promote you and your craft without you having to be the star.