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Are you creative and crafty? In the past, if you wanted to sell your homemade crafts, you had to take them to craft fairs or consign them to local stores. Today though, there are many online marketplaces for selling crafts online. Here is a list of 25 places you can list and sell your crafts:
Top Places for Selling Crafts Online
This list includes marketplaces that focus on homemade arts and crafts.
Aftcra – American made crafts (made my hand not machine). It is free to set up a shop. Can import from Etsy. Sellers pay a 7% fee each time an item sells.
Amazon Handmade – Sell your homemade crafts on Amazon. No set up fee. Pay 15% transaction fee on sales.
ArtFire – Low cost monthly charge for online store, plus listing and transaction fees. No listing fees and lower transaction fees for larger monthly plan. Receive payments from your customers via PayPal, Amazon, or ProPay.
Articents – Affordable $5 monthly fee. There are no listing fees. More features for upgrading to $5 per month plan.
ArtPal is like Etsy for artists. If you paint, sculpt, make jewelery, take photos and do other crafts, try out Art Pal.
Artyah – Fee structure similar to eBay with 10 cent listing and percentage of sale. Vintage, home, fashion, kids and more.
Big Cartel – Free for up to five products, but it’s really set up for large scale sales, in which it charges a monthly fee. It’s only $9.99 for 25 products.
Etsy – Etsy is the most well-known marketplace for creative goods. Etsy charges a small listing fee, and small percentage of sale.
Folksy – U.K.-based marketplace where you can sell handmade crafts and art. Two pricing structures to choose from.
GLC Arts and Crafts Mall – Open up a store using one of four plans, priced from free to $12 per month.
Hyena Cart – For eco-friendly crafts. Fee is $5 per month for your store.
iCraft – Global marketplace for handmade items. There is a one-time setup fee of $25, and a monthly selling subscription ($5 for up to 50 items). No transaction or listing fees.
Rebelsmarket – Focuses on alternative products, such as are goth, punk, metal. Only 15% transaction fee.
Redbubble – For digital designers that want print-on-demand products, such as t-shirts, cards, stickers, home decor (i.e. prints and pillows) etc.
Ruby Lane – Vintage art, antiques, collectibles and jewelry.
Society6 – Focuses on digital art similar to RedBubble.
Shop Handmade – Free to use. There is no fee to list or have a store. You receive payments from customers via PayPal for items sold to them.
Spoonflower – Sell your digital design as wall paper, art work, wrapping paper, etc. Has been featured on HGTV and other big name media.
Storenvy – No listing or store fees. Just a transaction fee on sales you make from your store. Offers store front an access to it’s marketplace. Pay 10% on sales generated from the site’s marketplace.
You Can Make This – Sell your patterns and keep 50 percent of the purchase price.
Zibbet – No listing or transaction fees. Just a straight site fee. Three plans to choose from starting at $4. You can import your Etsy listings. Offers store front an access to it’s marketplace.
Online eCommerce or Marketplaces that Allow You to Sell Craft Goods
This is a list of marketplaces that let you sell a variety of products, include homemade goods.
Bonanza – Provides information about online selling to it’s sellers. Your fee can vary depending on how much marketing exposure you want. Free trial to test it out.
eBay – You can auction or use “Buy It Now” to sell. Usually you have a listing fee and percentage of sale fee.
eCrater – Set up an online store for free on eCrater. You can also import an eBay store into your eCrater store.
Shopify – Open your own store through Shopify to sell your handmade crafts online. You can try Shopify for free for 14 days.
Build Your Own Storefront
Using WordPress, and a great theme with ecommcerce plugins, you can build a storefront.
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