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To Do: Grow Your Crafty Business

April 27th, 2013 | by Becky Striepe

Do you have a green crafty business? One of the hardest parts of running a green business - after sourcing ethical materials - is spreading the word. You can make the most beautiful organic dresses or upcycled jewelry in town, but if you're not marketing yourself effectively, chances are no one is going to know


Craft Booth Ideas: Recycled Paper Price Tags

January 25th, 2013 | by Bonnie Getchell

In addition to my dry erase price signs, I need to price each item individually with my booth code. Many antique/art stores do this in order to keep track of which booth earned money. Instead of using new price tags from the store, why not make your own from recycled paper? They're so much cuter and way more eco-friendly!


Giveaway: Win a Pack of 250 Recycled Business Cards from UPrinting

September 5th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

One of the trickiest parts of running a crafty business is finding eco-friendly promotional materials that are within your budget. That's why I was super excited when UPrinting, the sponsors of this giveaway, approached us about their eco-friendlier business cards printing by UPrinting. UPrinting uses soy-based inks and 55 percent recycled paper in their business cards, and they're offering up a pack of 250 cards with free shipping to one lucky Crafting a Green World reader!


2012 Summit of Awesome: A Crafty Business Camp

August 18th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

This year, Hello Craft - the organization that plans the Summit of Awesome - released a brand new book on launching a crafty biz, so rather than a full-blown, multi-day event, this year's Summit is a one day Business Camp workshop. If you run a crafty business or have been wanting to launch your hobby into a money-making venture, you should definitely check it out!


How-to: Recycled Paper and Scrap Fabric Business Cards

June 12th, 2012 | by Julie Finn

These sewn business cards, which utilize two layers of scrap fabric, a recycled paper base, and your complete business information, are a little more work than your ordinary business card, but they're beautiful, eco-friendly, quite thrifty, and they'll certainly stand out in a crowd. Here's how to make them



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