10 Crafts To Make & Sell

If you’re a creative soul looking to turn your passion into profit, you’re in the right place. In today’s post, we’ll be sharing an exciting list of 10 crafts that you can make and sell. Whether you’re a seasoned maker or just starting out, these crafts offer fantastic opportunities to showcase your talent and generate some extra income.

So grab your crafting supplies and get ready to embark on a creative and entrepreneurial journey with us!

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In this video, Christina from DIY Mommy shares with you ten crafts that you can make and sell. You might not know this, but around the time she started her blog, DIY Mommy, she also launched a baby clothing and accessories brand called Golly-Gee Baby.

She sewed a variety of baby dresses and accessories like soother clips and bibs. Eventually, she had a Fairtrade co-op in Nicaragua manufacturing her products. However, over time, her blog took over as it was a better fit for her family.

Nevertheless, the experience of making and selling handmade products still holds a special place in her heart. She believes it’s a great way for any mom or creative person to earn some extra income.

Now, let’s dive into the ten items she believes would be fantastic to make and sell. The first item is farmhouse-style wood signs, which have been popular for a few years now. She often sees them at craft fairs and online, and even has some in her own home.

You can get creative and develop your own signature style with different methods, such as using a Cricut machine to cut out stencils or create 3D versions of farmhouse signs. She’ll provide links to her tutorials on making farmhouse signs in the description box.

Next, she suggests rustic floral wreaths made from grapevine wreaths. These wreaths can be customized to suit any decor style, from modern to traditional or even boho. They are easy to make with just a glue gun, and she’ll include links to her wreath-making tutorials in the description.

Another item she recommends making and selling are macrame plant hangers. With just a few macrame knots, you can create these lightweight and small hangers. They are not only trendy but also cost-effective to ship if you decide to sell them online.

Fabric bags and wraps are the fourth item on her list. She previously shared eco-friendly ideas like beeswax wraps and fabric bags, which would be great products to make and sell.

Once you become familiar with the process, you can quickly produce these items, catering to the eco-conscious clientele who seek alternatives to single-use plastic.

Upcycled painted furniture is her fifth suggestion. You can find furniture in various places like flea markets, thrift stores, or garage sales, in need of some love and a new home. By using your painting skills, sandpaper, and new hardware, you can restore and transform these pieces. With each restoration, you’ll become more efficient and proficient in the process.

Graphic t-shirts are another fantastic item to make and sell. You can create your own signature style with unique colors, patterns, and sayings. A Cricut machine is a useful tool for this task, and she’ll provide links to articles about it.

If you’re into essential oils and enjoy creating skincare recipes, she suggests making and selling natural skincare products. The natural movement in makeup and skincare is gaining momentum, and there are many items you can make, such as bath salts, bath bombs, moisturizers, and essential oil roller bottles.

However, be sure to familiarize yourself with any regulations regarding the production and sale of edible or skincare items in your area.

Throw pillows or throw pillow covers are the eighth item on her list. They are relatively easy to sew, even for beginners. Depending on your skill level, you can develop your own signature style or offer a variety of pillows in different fabrics and textures to appeal to a broad range of customers.

Soy-based candles are her ninth recommendation. These candles can be made in beautiful containers like mason jars or vintage tins. They not only smell wonderful but also add charm to any decor.

While shipping bulky items like candles may incur additional costs, they are relatively lightweight, which is a bonus. She previously shared a tutorial on making soy-based candles, and the link is available in the description.

Lastly, she suggests making chunky knit blankets or knit blankets. Knit blankets are still in demand in home decor, and they are a joy to create. She has a tutorial on her channel for making these cozy and fluffy blankets.

Although shipping costs should be considered if you decide to sell them online due to their bulky nature, they make excellent items to sell, especially around the holiday season.

That wraps up her list of ten items that she believes would be great to make and sell. She would love to know in the comments which items you find the most exciting to create and sell.

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Kim Lazaroe

Hi, my name is Kim. I've always enjoyed making crafts for each holiday and season throughout the year. My fond memories are making crafts with my mom or helping my dad build something around the house. Now I get to create new crafting memories with my daughter and husband as well as share my knowledge and experience in crafting with the world. Hope you enjoy my site.

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