- Step 1: Stand out Stand out from the competition by creating unique scrapbooks.
- Step 2: Try online auction sites Try selling your products on an online auction site. See how much other sellers are charging for similar projects and list yours for a comparable price.
- Step 3: Teach scrapbooking Teach scrapbooking. Talk to local scrapbooking stores, senior centers, and community colleges about your services.
- TIP: Charge by the hour or by the class.
- Step 4: Spread the word Create word of mouth buzz by talking to family and friends about the different products you sell. Design and post flyers to advertise your work.
- Step 5: Search for local craft shows Search for local craft shows where you can sell your products.
- TIP: Make business cards to pass out at stores, fairs, and craft shows.
- Step 6: Set up an online store Set up an online store or blog to sell your scrapbooks and connect with other crafty individuals.
- Step 7: Preserve the memories Preserve the memories for others by creating custom scrapbooks for weddings, graduation parties, and other special events. Have fun!
- FACT: The U.S. Treasury Department prints approximately 38 million notes a day with a face value around $750 million.
You Will Need
- Internet access
- Facility to teach
- Word of mouth
- Craft show
- Online store or blog
- Business cards (optional)