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    also, be sure to make something specific so that people would be able to find you and there aren't hundreds of pages of competitors on google

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    Etsy is probably your best bet - although they charge you a listing fee for adding a product to your shop. It's quite minimal but can cost you about $50 if you list a lot of items - so you would want to be confident that you can make a few sales.

    Ruby Lane is similar but for more high end stuff.

    My suggestion would be to use classifieds in your niche - so if you are making arts and crafts for mothers or kids try and find mothering communities online that have classifieds and sell through making personal contacts.

    Blogs and personal websites work too

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    i have seen alot of crafts for sale at carboot sales also tabletop sales

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    ebay, local shop

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    I would also suggest Etsy and perhaps a few of your local craft shows. I have had great success selling at craft show, craft fairs, and special events which allow crafts. Good luck!

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    I know exactly how you are feeling, as I started out the same way. People all over will appreciate what you make because you obviously love making things. I would possibly start an Etsy account, it is a litle challenging but it gives you the privilege to selling to people all over! It's actually really fun once you get the hang of it. You can also promote on Facebook, or attend local craft shows. Good luck! If you love it, other people will love it. A lot of people appreciate handmade items, you shouldn't hoard them! spread your creations!! A free website you might enjoy is "Copious.com" it features a lot of similarities to Etsy, but it's free! Check it out!

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    I think etsy is good until you can start your own business.

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    I use eozy to sell my crafts (mainly friendship bracelets).Making money crafting-38491771784693627_tah6otco_c.jpg
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    I found a handicraft beads website eozy.com

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    You should sell your items on Etsy like me. It's a very good website
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