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Best websites for selling handmade goods

These four sites sell the works of crafters, hobbyists, and artists.

Craftster.org is “an online community of crafters” that lets people share “hip, off-beat, and crafty DIY projects.” The site claims more than a million readers a month.

Etsy.com is a well-known marketplace for jewelry, housewares, and other goods produced by small businesses and hobbyists. “It’s easy to set up shop, and the fees are nominal.”

Bigcartel.com bills itself as “a simple shopping cart” for getting “thousands” of artists’ work to market. The site charges vendors fees of up to $30 a month, depending on the number of items being hosted.

Supermarkethq.com offers a “curated” collection of design products, meaning vendors must get their work approved. Items for sale range from knit hats with bear ears to custom key-shaped flash drives.

Source: Martha Stewart Living

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