How to Sell Jewelry at a Craft Fair

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When selling jewelry at a craft fair, you're always going to want to keep a few tips in mind so that you continue to sell at high volumes. Sell jewelry at a craft fair with help from a crafts expert with over fifteen years of experience in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Holly Silva, and I've been a craft expert for about 15 years now. And I wanted to talk to you today, about how to sell your jewelry that you've been making at home, at a craft fair. Now, most places, some places, it depends, you're going to have to check on you know, localities and things like thing. But you may have to have a seller's license, so I would look into that first. And number two, you can sell them anywhere else, if it's not a physical location, you can sell them online., websites like You can go on and take pictures of your things, post them, sell the there. If it's a craft or art or anything like that, you can, it's E, T, S, Y, actually, Etsy. You can go on there, it's a great website, they do a really great job there, the customer support is also really, really good. And if you do happen to be at a physical location, what you're going to want to do is, make sure that you have a nice, a nice display, because displays are a lot of selling. If you look at packages and you know, any marketing, you go, walk through a store and you find the most brilliant colors. And your jewelry is going to display those colors. But if you know how to display them properly, you're going to have a better chance of selling them. For example, hanging your earrings on a earrings stand, or your necklaces on a background that's really going to bring out the colors. And it may differ depending on the pieces that you're, that you're displaying. Crafting and selling are, you know, there's the business side and there's the art side. And as an artist, I understand how difficult it is to be a business person as well as an artist. So, make sure that you do a lot of your homework before you actually go out and sell things. And preparation, preparation is key, preparation and love, just enjoy every step of it. If you have any questions, let us know, we'd love to help you out or direct you in the proper direction, let us know. Have a great time, we'll see you next time.


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