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10 Handmade Products to Sell to Local Businesses

Does it sometimes seem like the craft market is saturated? Do you feel that everyone now has their own Silhouette or Cricut machine? If you do, it might be time to go looking for customers in different places. Instead of listing products for sale on marketplaces (Etsy, Shopify) and social media (Facebook, Instagram), you can …

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Hours of Operation Decals – A Way in with Small Businesses

I’ve talked before about wholesaling on the Cutting for Business blog – see here and here. In fact, working with other small businesses is my favorite type of arrangement for Silhouette and Cricut owners, because it eliminates a lot of headaches of customer service. Also, wholesale orders tend to be for larger dollar amounts – and everyone …

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10 Things to Consider Before Selling Crafts Wholesale

In yesterday’s post, I highlighted the difference between wholesale and consignment arrangements. Crafters are in a unique situation when offering wholesale pricing, as most of us work alone and do not have machinery that speeds up our process. Today, I am offering a list of odds and ends that you should consider when thinking about entering the …

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Wholesale versus Consignment of your Silhouette Cameo Made Products

If you are ready to expand your Silhouette Cameo based business, one potential step is to get your products into stores or onto other websites. There are generally two methods for doing this: wholesale or consignment. The next three articles will help you sort out the differences between the two, some specific things to consider when …

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