Or you could make beads out of clay, glass or a variety of other materials and sell them to jewelry makers.
If you sell any kind of natural fiber or fabric products, you can dye them using items you may already have in your kitchen, like avocado skins and turmeric.
If you want to sell books or journals, you can actually create your own covers and binding using basic materials from any craft store.
Large wood products like furniture might be a little too involved for many home-based entrepreneurs. But you can carve smaller products like knick knacks out of wood with just a few supplies.
You can also make your own candy products right in your own kitchen and then package them for sale.
If you want to start a handmade business that’s more service oriented, you can offer to alter clothing and other items for customers who send their items right to your home.
For more festive entrepreneurs, you can also design and craft your own custom holiday ornaments to sell during the season.
Doll Clothing Designer
If you want to make clothing but work with smaller pieces of fabric and other materials, you can make clothing to fit popular dolls and then sell those pieces online.
Pet Accessories Maker
Or you can make clothing and accessories made for dogs, cats and other pets.
Online Gift Shop Operator
If you want to make a variety of different products, you can actually start your very own online gift shop with all of those different categories accounted for.
For seasoned crafters, you can actually write your very own book with instructions or ideas and then publish it as an ebook online.
Or you can create smaller craft related eguides and sell them on your website.
Online Course Creator
For more in-depth instructions, you can make online courses dedicated to your craft of choice.
Or you can start a blog about your handmade business and make money through ads, affiliate links or other methods.
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