Announcing the Tips for Selling Handmade Jewelry Video Series!

Selling handmade jewelry can be a wonderfully rewarding experience. It can feed your creativity, be profitable, and lead to many new adventures and friendships. This video series will have something for everyone–from those who are still in the planning stage to those already out there selling. Designer Julie Bean walks you through some of the major steps to selling your jewelry, from how to price your art to how to choose a show participate in and even what to consider if you want to sell wholesale.

This brand-new series will have episodes launching all summer long. The first episode, Tips for Selling Handmade Jewelry: How to Price Your Jewelry, just launched! Make sure to sign up for the Beadaholique newsletter to be the first to know about new episodes.

Featured Video: Tips for Selling Handmade Jewelry Episode 1: How to Price Your Handmade Jewelry

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And more!

Is there something specific you want to know about selling handmade jewelry? If so, please leave the question in the comments section!

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joy himebaugh - June 7, 2022

I started beading as therapy for PTSD and it became a hobby, but an expensive one, I so appreciate the wonderful information, thank you

Katherine - June 5, 2022

One of the best things about making sure you build in a markup on your retail price is that you can then use that margin to offer discounts. Buyers LOVE a sale!

Julia Jimeno - June 5, 2022

Thank you so very much for this educational information ,I really appreciate
Best regards

Paula - June 4, 2022

Wow, thank you for this information on selling my jewelry. I’ve been underpricing it.

Paula - June 4, 2022

Wow, thank you for this information on selling my jewelry. I’ve been underpricing it.

Jane - June 4, 2022

I’m excited to see more in this series. Can you please touch on what constitutes a hobby vs a business? And also how you move from a hobby to a business. Thanks so much!

RML - June 4, 2022

This was very helpful and I am glad you are doing this series. What you covered I had learned over time.
Can you cover how you keep track of your supplies and cost. I currently do a spread sheet, listing purchase name of item, cost and then break it down to per bead etc. Currently I am just overwhelmed with tracking, creating and making labels for item. I have not even gone into packaging. Currently I have only sold directly to a small group of people so no tax has been included. I want a hobby but also make some money to offset what I have spent.
Also, how do you track your product image with description and cost? Can you cover this.
Thank you.

Diane - June 4, 2022

Thank you so much for all the great information. I have found it’s very easy to quickly get overwhelmed with all that goes along with starting a business of selling your handmade item! I am looking forward to you next video!

Lynette - June 3, 2022

What a wonderful idea! Very useful information. Am excited for the next ones, I especially struggle with photographing, so will be watching for that one. Do you have dates for all the other videos?
Thanks for doing these!

Kathryn R. Blake - June 3, 2022

I aim to sell my earrings at 2x my cost as well, taking in mind all my costs (including packaging and shipping), which I pay for. I do not charge for labor at this point, so my items are all fairly inexpensive considering. Because of this, I still consider my jewelry sales as more of a hobby than a business. My problem areas are photographing and listing the item. I have far more items made than I have placed on eBay where I list and sell all my jewelry. I chose eBay because they don’t charge a listing fee, unless you’ve created an eBay store. So, you don’t pay anything unless the item sells. I figure this is best for a hobby. I have done all the math for each item I sell as well as for some I’m intending to sell but haven’t got them listed, yet. This video was very helpful, and I like all of Julie’s recommendations, especially if you want to sell your jewelry as a business.

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