Get a head start in the craft biz
If you’re forever crafting and you’re full of ideas, you may be one of those adventurous types who’s itching to start their own craft business and make a little cash into the bargain. If you’re thinking of dipping your toes in the water, or even diving in head first, then this is the book for you. Alison McNicol has given us ten copies of her latest book The Craft Business Handbook to give away to lucky Mollie Makes readers…
The Craft Business Handbook by Alison McNicol features everything you need to know about setting up – right from fledgling thoughts about your craft dreams, through to marketing, social media, getting the pricing right and moving onwards once you hit the big time!
Alison McNicol has worked in the craft industry for years and and is an expert in marketing. Having started out in the pop industry, this lady knows a thing or two about the tricks of the trade. She’s also worked closely with Coats Crafts UK as a craft consultant, as well as writing craft books, and launching her own successful range of sewing kits. (Phew!)
Seems like essential reading for anyone thinking of branching out and making money from their crafts. Whether it’s craft fairs you’re interested in, or maybe you’re starting your own online shop, The Craft Business Handbook is full of advice. We love the pages featuring interviews with some inspirational craft entrepreneurs – including Emily Peacock and Jan Constantine. You can enter our competition to win a copy of the book, or, if you really can’t wait, The Craft Business Handbook is available to buy on amazon.
Enter the competition and win one of ten copies of The Craft Business Handbook. Competition closes on 9th March.
- Posted at 09.25