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In my last post, I mentioned that one of my New Year’s resolutions was to start a craft business.  I have found some particularly good books to get me started.  Here are some of the titles:

Handmade to sell : Hello Craft’s guide to owning, running, and growing your crafty biz / by Kelly Rand ; with Christine Ernest, Sara Dick, and Kimberly Dorn ; illustrations by Jaime Zollars. 2012

Craft, inc. : the ultimate guide to turning your creative hobby into a successful business / Meg Mateo Ilasco. 2011

How to make money using etsy : a guide to the online marketplace for crafts and handmade products / Timothy Adam. 2011

The crafter’s guide to taking great photos : foolproof techniques to make your handmade creations shine online / Heidi Adnum. 2012

The craft handbook : the essential guide to making money from your handmade products / Alison McNicol. 2012

Crafting a business : making money doing what you love / Kathie Fitzgerald. 2010

The business of bliss : how to profit from doing what you love / the editors of Victoria magazine ; text by Janet Allon

Selling your crafts online : with, Etsy, ebay, and Pinterest. 2013

How to sell your crafts online : a step-by-step guide to successful sales on Etsy and beyond / Derrick Sutton. 2011

Starting an online business for dummies / by Allison Strine and Kate Shoup. 2011

If you have started a craft business, I’d love to hear from you.  What advice do you have for me?

Until next time,

Your Boomer Life Partners

Disclosure: Mention of these titles in this Boomer Life Today blog post was not solicited or paid for by any company in New Zealand or abroad.