Whether you’ve just started selling your crafts, are still thinking about selling, or have been selling for years or even decades, there is an important something to always keep in mind: Just keep going! There will be pitfalls, there will be hold-ups, there will be slow seasons. Remember: You can do this! Maintain a steady rhythm of creating new crafts to go with your business, keep new ideas flowing around (some of them will be successful, some of them may not be. It’s ok!) Experiment to create your own unique brand, and you are sure to do wonderfully at selling your crafts!
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