Where do I go.. How Much??
Which is Best??
Places to Sell your Handmade Creations… Where do I go… which one? How Much? With that in mind I have put together some of the places you can sell your handmade creations. I hope this will help many who are undecided about where to go…. These sites provide an “e-commerce” for you and the fees are very reasonable.
Places to Sell your Handmade Creations
Interested in becoming a seller on the Handmade Artists’ Shop? There are a few things you need to know. First, you need to be a handmade artist; so look at yourself; are you a handmade artist passionately creating from the heart? If so, you’re in the right place. Next, you need to be a paid subscriber of the Handmade Artists’ Shop. This site was born out of the need for our members to have a venue that cares about the artist and sells handmade and handmade only.
So what do I get from my paid subscription?
Your paid subscription gives you the ability to setup a personal shop page and sell as many of your handmade products as you want. There are no listing fees and no commission fees.
Just click the register link on the top right of the site and then seller. You will then see the available subscription plans to choose from. Pick either the $5.00 a month plan or save $10.00 a year by picking the $50.00 a year annual plan. You will then be redirected to PayPal to set up your recurring monthly payments. Payments will be automatically deducted as when you sign up Paypal will create the recurring payment profile in your account and in our account. So there will be no billing. That’s it! You are now ready to login and set up your new shop!
Our mission is to create a safe and secure area for our members to sell their wares as well as give the world a place to buy high quality, handmade items from real artists.
Be Part of Our Global Marketplace
- Etsy is a vibrant community of 15 million buyers and creative businesses.
- Grow your brand with a wealth of new customers and promotional tools.
- Engage with knowledgeable sellers and experts in Etsy Teams and Online Labs.
More Money in Your Pocket
- There are no membership fees with Etsy.
- It costs $0.20 to list an item for 4 months, or until it sells.
- Once you sell your item (congrats!), we collect a 3.5% fee on the sale price.
Your listings expire after 120 days Click HERE to read more
Zibbet Offers 2 types of accounts:
They have Basic and Premium accounts. You can read about what they offer HERE
Zibbet is a global marketplace, connecting buyers and sellers of Handmade Goods, Fine Art, Vintage Items and Crafting Supplies.
The idea for Zibbet was initially born out of a desire to create an eBay alternative for Artisans. Jonathan (Zibbet’s founder), saw first-hand how hard it was to sell your creative products. From seeing his Grandma stop selling her crocheted handicrafts at the local market, because it was “too cold” and “not worth it”, to seeing his wife’s cousin stop selling her paintings on eBay, because it was too expensive to list and weren’t selling at a worthwhile price. He knew that there had to be a better way.
Easy to use, fully custom stores
Have more fun selling online. Give your site a design unique to your style. With just a few clicks your shop is branded, launched, and you’re in business.
You can read all about Artfire by Clicking HERE
Try us now for free and pay nothing for 14 days. Your rate is a just $12.95 a month after that for unlimited listings and complete control of your custom store.
Cancel your membership anytime before the end of your free trial and your credit card will never be billed.
Please enjoy your complementary free trial of ArtFire and feel free to let us know what we can do to help you be more successful with us!
I hope this will help …. there are many new sites popping up too! The Handmade community on line is growing rapidly and it can be so confusing as where to go, how do I sell my crafts, what do I do next.. Be sure to research before you choose. Do they have good traffic, is it user friendly, what can they do for me, how is the Customer Service….. Just a few of the questions you should be asking yourself before you “Take the Plunge” The 4 sites I have featured here have been around for awhile and all have something unique to offer an Artisan.
This should serve as a stepping stone in your journey and hopefully help you find the right “Niche” for you!