Monday, 31 January 2011

Start a 'cottage industry'.

If you're a dab hand at arts and crafts, try selling your jewellery and artwork, whether on eBay or at craft fairs. US websites Etsy and Redbubble are designed exclusively for buying and selling homemade goods. All prices are currently in dollars, but they offer live currency conversion. Some talented MoneySavers make big profits.
How much? Potentially £100s, depending on your spare time, artistic ability, and ability to sell yourself.

24 comments:

Random said...

I know a couple of people who use sites like that. You have to be good and put a decent amount of effort into it ... worth it to selling something YOU'VE made though I imagine its very fulfilling lol

Kicking Rocks said...

it must be great having other people buy things you make

Laughing Vault said...

i think that is great businesse

my day in a sentence said...

I'd love to have that sort of talent, but I don't. :S

lefthandedstraw said...

That is a good idea. I just wish that I could create something that is original that people would enjoy.

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mr_ben said...

this is interesting.. :)

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Dudemeister said...

But - this is, like, actual work?!

Rabidmoose said...

I know somebody that does this, they make a little extra spending money with it.

CreamSodaAndWhiskey said...

What am I going to do with European money!?

Chris said...

I suck at handicrafts. What now

Blunders From 6 Foot 2 said...

Not very artsy or crafty with my hands!

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CrazyJuan said...

Awesome, now I have a market for my crocheted chopsticks!

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IsoGame said...

lolol I want a crocheted chopstick!

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Rose said...

this ones a little risky

Aaron The Baron said...

ehh sounds like you couldn't make too much with this. plus there would be a lot of time you would have to put in just to get anything out of it

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Rankulus said...

Alright, gunna look into it. Thank you! :)

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Waaaoi said...

This is too hard man!

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Bdgorsh said...

Too bad I can't craft anything worth the money

poorfags said...

I'm not very good at crafting stuff.

jonwinters said...

thank you! this is great for my paintings that i don't like enough to keep.

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