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Posted by The Jewelry Making Website on Thursday, April 9, 2015

Making jewelry at home...

If you love making jewelry at home and want to learn all the tricks of the trade for selling at craft shows, online and to stores then read on!

Never before has it been so entirely possible to run a home business than it is now with the "virtual" world of the Internet. Discover how you can create the business and the brand of your dreams.

The jewelry making business is full of exciting possibilities and you can get your name out there with some simple ingenuity and a little elbow grease : )

At the Jewelry Making Website I cover lots of practical tips for building your business and helping you to create an image that will be desired by others.

The experience of creating does not end in the tangible world of jewelry making, but lives in how you put yourself in front of the world with an image that represents you and your work.

Now it is all about bringing that creativity full circle from making jewelry at home, to developing a brand, to marketing and selling your wonderful designs.

When I started my business, over twenty years ago, I did not have the great advantages that we have today. Everything cost money, whether it was photographing jewelry, putting together catalogues or sending out promotions in the mail.

I only sold my work at craft shows and to stores. I have been lucky to transition from an era of limited resources to one of great technological advances and an abundance of possibilities.

We have at our disposal access to self publication, self promotion, free networking and the ability to create beauty beyond belief. If you were not around early enough to notice when there was no Internet, try to imagine what you would have done to grow a business.

If you love making jewelry at home and you are ready to take steps towards making an income from your work then join me by signing up at the jewelry making website. Here you can learn all about selling your jewelry to stores, at craft shows and online. I will be adding pages on selling jewelry at craft shows and how to create an easy and optimized website for your jewelry.

The opportunities available to us now are limitless and the affordability of it all is a true gift. This gift really resonates with me. Having not had these opportunities in my early years, I come by the feeling of gratitude naturally.

It is my pleasure to share the many years of experience that I have in the jewelry business and to guide you on your own path. Whether you are making jewelry at home, as a hobby or a business, I would like to share that journey with you.

Please have a look around the site. You will find jewelry making basics, information about selling on Etsy and even information on how to protect your hands from injuries. Feel free to email me with any comments or interests.

Thank you for happening upon my site and I hope that you will visit often as I grow my own vision for a comprehensive and easy to use jewelry making resource.



Please note that I may recommend products or services on this site that I have used and for which I may be an affiliate. I will never recommend a product to you that I am not 100% aligned with. All products have been tried, tested and loved.


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