Work at Home Entrepreneurs
Being in business myself, I've met many other homespun entrepreneurs. Some of them sell their wares for a little extra pocket money - others do it because they have a family to support, or help support. These people know that word of mouth is a great advertising tool. If they provide above average product and excellent customer service, people will return - and bring along family & friends.
After more than 10 years in business myself, I know how hard it is to just get people "in the door", so I do what I can to help these hard working individuals get their products seen.
I hope you'll take a few minutes to browse these shops, and maybe do a little shopping.
Popular Work at Home Entrepreneurs - Lots of wonderful items created hands-on by people.
Some people are just naturally creative, and if you're like me, you LOVE handmade pieces.
Shop these amazing artisans
- Nana Made Jax
Custom made children's clothing and crafts.
- Miss D's Artsy Accessories
Miss D's Artsy Accessories. Hemp and Wired Jewelry Knits are of both yarn and recycled t-shirt yarn.
- Handmade Jewelry and Crafts by KJSCreationz on Etsy
Browse unique items from KJSCreationz on Etsy, a global marketplace of handmade, vintage and creative goods.
- Sue Ayala Glass
Lampwork Art Glass Creations. For info about my Art Show Schedule or to arrange for purchases, SEND email to: SueAyala@live.com or DaytonaSA@aol.com
- Lee Williams ~ Unique Gifts
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina. Specializing in custom created gifts, tees, home décor, vinyl decals and more.
- Greta's Collectibles
Hand Sculpted Whimsical Clay Incense Burners. Check show schedule to see if I'm coming to an art event near you!
- Muddy Creek Crafts
For over five generations, the Compton family of East Tennessee has been creating unique and beautiful items of handcrafted wood. From fun and whimsical items to one-of-a-kind family heirlooms, our work has been enjoyed by customers from all parts of
- Allred Pottery
Allred Pottery face mugs and other imaginative hand-made stoneware pottery. Each piece of Allred pottery is hand-made close to the earth in the woods of Chatham County, NC. No molds, assembly lines, conveyer belts, or pocketa-pocketa robots are used
- Debbie Dannheisser Fine Art
Her richly painted canvases express serenity, poise and an intense radiant balance between light and color. Her pallet is rich with a utilization of bold primary colors as well as complex shades of luminous pastels. Following in the footsteps of the
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