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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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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Natasha Berkowitz - July 9, 2022

It is wonderful that you giving advice how to cell. I would like to know how to deal with attorney? I was snubbed from any possibility of income. I been told that it is a place for professional artisan who finished local university or college and my jewelry don’t needed. This happen when I already make jewey for few years, make some sales and become better on it. I also discovered that wire jewelry don’t accepted as artisanal jewey for evaluation in Canada, Quebec. Basically, nice photography that you show as example, would be rejected by CMAQ immediately, it can’t be considered as artisanal jewelry with all consequences that follow.

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
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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!

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