Craftseller has been running for just over 6 months now, and I have to say that in my opinion it is one of the best craft based magazines around.
Each month it includes a whole range of craft projects to try out, but furthermore, for anyone who wants to sell their crafts, either on a small or large scale, it offers a whole array of great advice and information on craft items, marketing and where and how to sell.
It is a UK based magazine but does ship worldwide, and for those overseas the benefits are just as great, as the information it provides will work wherever you are based and it will also potentially bring you some fresh projects to try out.
Here are 5 of the Benefits That the Magazine Has Brought to Me:
Projects & Patterns: Each month there is an array of projects to try that you can also use to add to your stock of items to sell. These are in a range of disciplines including sewing, crochet, knitting, scrapbooking, baking etc
Where & How To Sell: All the major online craft marketplaces are covered as well as selling on your own website and at craft fairs. There are lots of great tips included from people who are already very successfully selling their handmade items.
Marketing: These articles are all about attracting visitors by creating your USP (unique selling point), branding and spreading the word and building a following through places like Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest.
Real People: It is always motivating to see other people’s online shops, blogs, craft fair stands and to read diaries of craft sellers of all different kinds.
A Great Read: Above all if you love crafting of any kind, it is just such a great read. I have a subscription and I just can’t wait until the next issue pops through my letterbox. With a free gift each month, giveaways and a whole array of articles from craft courses to crafting for charity, it really is going to keep you busy for a long while and furthermore will help take your craft selling to the next level.