Craft Vendor Business Advice for Beaders and Other Jewelry Makers

If you make jewelry, chances are you have considered, at least once, becoming a craft vendor.

You can give just so many necklaces to loved ones until they make faces when you give them a gift. Your house is probably overflowing with beads, strings, wires, and the tools of your trade.

This makes finding room for one more project a challenge.

jewelry_booth_bookWhat can you do with all of your extra jewelry? You can open a jewelry booth and turn those projects into money that you can use to support your craft.

If you do not know where to begin, the book “Ultimate Guide to Your Profitable Jewelry Booth” can guide you to starting your own jewelry booth. As a creative outlet, your hobby is already rewarding.

Imagine it becoming more so when you turn your hobby into cash.

It can be frustrating for the new craft vendor to learn all the details of becoming successful and profitable when they begin.

This book can take a lot of the guesswork out of the process.

The book is divided into eight sections, each section focusing on one aspect of a successful business.

Section 1 talks about licensing and insurance, both important considerations before you take your jewelry out into public places to sell.

Section 2 delves into the money aspect: how to price your merchandise, managing your transactions, and how to prevent your profits from walking out the door with shoplifters.

Section 3 is about personal considerations such as running a booth alone, keeping healthy and what to wear in all types of conditions.

Section 4 is about craft shows and how to find the best ones for your business.

Section 5 deals with the physical booth itself and things to take into consideration. Section 6 teaches you how to display your merchandise for the greatest impact.

Section 7 provides tips on how to maximize your profits.

Section 8 demonstrates how to evaluate your shows.

What makes this book any different from other books on the same topic?

The author, Rena Klingenberg, is a profitable jewelry artist herself.

This book, and her other books, “Social Networking: Selling Your Jewelry Online” and “Secrets of a Handcrafted Jewelry Shopping Service” come from her years of experience doing exactly that.

She has already put in all the work and learned the right way to do things. She knows exactly what it takes to be a successful craft vendor.

Here is a testimony from a satisfied customer:

“…she tells you, literally, everything you need to know to do it right. She does that in a straightforward and easy to understand way that will benefit everyone from the complete beginner to the well-experienced jewelry seller.” Dr. David Weiman, Marketing Director, Jewelry Artist Magazine and Step-by-Step Beads, Author of

Ultimate Guide to Your Profitable Jewelry Booth” comes in two forms. You can order it either in electronic form or as a printed, spiral bound book.

As a bonus, there are extra materials included in the book.

These two resources are included in the beginning of the book for your convenience.

Resource #1 is a Master Checklist for Jewelry Shows. This resource is nearly seven pages that you can select from to make sure you always have what you need at a show.

Resource #2 is the Success Guideline for Preparing for a Show. It details what to do to be prepared for your next show.

You get all the information in the books plus the bonuses for only $39 (for the printed book shipping will be added) for this comprehensive guide to a successful jewelry booth. Download it or place an order for a hard copy here.

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