4 Things I’ll Never Do Again in My Handmade Business

Unlock a Profitable Handmade Business
in Just 12 Weeks Without Using Etsy
or Social Media


This workshop is for anyone who makes and sells a handmade or physical product, including jewelry designers, artists, paper designers, bath & body product makers  and more!

What You'll Discover

The #1 mistake people make with Etsy & social media that causes shops to FLOP

 The secret to making it with your handmade shop so it's no longer just a hobby

How to make sales in your handmade shop with ease so you can finally get to 6-figures


  1. Jennifer says:

    I completely agree with everything you just said.
    I started out doing craft shows in the 90s to help pay for incidental expenses. There was no way that would be a way to make a full-time income. A lot of the sellers admitted to me they charged their supplies to credit cards and then hit the bills from their husbands! Another admitted to me you never really make back what you spent. It’s just for fun.
    I’ve been taking on custom orders and that is the way I got my number one best selling product, the zipper toaster cover. I didn’t want to make those. But when I got more than five requests for that type of toaster cover and a customer decided to cancel their order for a traditional toaster cover because it didn’t have a zipper , it’s time to figure it out!
    I agree custom orders in general are way too time consuming . I didn’t see any profit in it. It was cash flow. And I did form some valuable relationships for having done it . That’s the most I can say for custom.
    I also learned to streamline the custom ordering process after a customer asked so many questions that she and I broke the Etsy conversations. So I can up with a questionnaire and also an explaination of my process.
    If someone thinks I’m going to create an entire new design for them that’s where I have to decline. My time and sanity can’t take that anymore.

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